Our English Language Discussion Circles provide a relaxed environment for international students to improve their conversation skills by speaking with American students. The ELDC are led by tutors from the Judith R. Frank Business Communication Center and are centered on weekly discussion topics.
Topics are chosen to explore American culture and practices. International students will improve their English language skills and American students will find it a perfect place to interact with international students to learn more about their cultures and to prepare for international experiences.
Circles offer an alternative format where students will play language games, engage in activities, or watch short TV programs to learn about American culture and improve language skills. Students can come for all or part of the hour and can bring their lunch.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Room 208, North Hall
Learn how to put your accomplishments on paper for graduate admissions committees.
4:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Room 23, Phillips Hall
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and JPEC announce a new major: the BA in Enterprise Leadership, which presents a unique blend of skills, theory, and content, encouraging students to apply their knowledge and skills to entrepreneurial organizations. The program offers a combination of business and liberal arts approaches and allows students to hone their skills in innovation, entrepreneurship, communication, critical thinking, and leadership. There is also an experiential capstone experience where students are required to apply their education in a real-world setting.
Learn more at one of our info sessions this month, or contact the Academic Advising Center at 319-353-5700 to set up an appointment with an Academic Advisor. The Academic Advising Center is located in C210 Pomerantz Center.
Looking for information before you meet with your academic advisor to plan for the summer and fall? Tippie College students and Pre-Business students in the University Honors program can come to one of two information sessions to hear about opportunities to fulfill their remaining requirements, including how to graduate with honors in their major.
For more information, contact Mike Schluckebier, Assistant Director for Student Leadership Development.
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sheraton Iowa City Hotel
Join us at our Ben S. Summerwill Lecture Series presented by MidWestOne Bank and JPEC! The Ben S. Summerwill Lecture Series, formerly known as the MidWestOne Lecture Series, is an annual lecture series that helps to promote entrepreneurship and economic development in the Iowa City and Cedar Rapids area.
Our featured speaker is Jake Wood, entrepreneur and author of the book, Take Command. Jake will be discussing leadership and success. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 4th from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm at the Sheraton Hotel in Iowa City.
5:00pm - Networking Reception (optional)
5:30pm - Lecture
Refreshments will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Room S401, Pappajohn Business Building
8:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Room S121, Pappajohn Business Building
Are you interested in financial markets? Would you like to work on Wall Street or elsewhere? Come learn about the Hawkinson Institute and hear from current Hawkinson Scholars.
The Hawkinson Institute helps ambitious, high-achieving students like you find internships and full-time jobs in investment banking and trading. Graduates start their careers in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and elsewhere for firms such as Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan, and more. This year, as always, Hawkinson has a 100% placement rate for graduating seniors.
The Institute is open to students in all majors, particularly students studying Finance, Accounting, or Economics. The program is currently accepting applications from students with expected graduation dates of December 2016 and later.