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Important Information

The scheduling assistant is now available. Here are some key points when using it:

  1. It will ask for a PIN.
    1. Hit cancel.
  2. It will show students’ spring 2015 schedule.
    1. Go to upper right of page and select summer or fall term to change
  3. Students may then play around with their desired courses to determine what may be available.
  4. Currently nothing can be saved in the Scheduling Assistant, so what is there today may not be there when their time ticket opens.

 

GREAT ISSUES COURSES AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2015:

BIOL 312: Great Issues: Genomics & Society

CHM 490: History & Philosophy of Science: Synergies Among the Physical Sciences

EAPS 301: Oil!

EAPS 375: Fossil Fuels, Energy and Society

EAPS 327: Climate, Science and Society

EAPS 591: Models in Climate Change Science & Policy

Sci 360: Science and Society

Phys 490: Sustainable Energy Sources

*Please check pre-requisites for courses

Link to Science approved General Education courses:

http://www.science.purdue.edu/Current_Students/curriculum_and_degree_requirements/general-education.html

REGISTRATION APPOINTMENTS:

Priority: NCAA Athletes, Honors College Students, Band, and Choir

Feb. 17 – Feb. 20

Seniors

Feb. 23 – Mar. 6

Juniors

Mar. 9 – Mar. 13

Sophomores

Mar. 30 – Apr. 7

Freshmen

Apr. 8 – Apr. 17

SUMMER/FALL 2015 REGISTRATION TIME TICKETS

 

Priority

Mar. 24 – Mar. 28

Seniors

Mar. 30 – Apr. 4

Juniors

Apr. 6 – Apr. 11

Sophomores

Apr. 13 – Apr. 18

Freshmen

Apr. 20 – Apr. 25

Open Registration

Apr. 27 – June 6

July 20 – August 31

 

WEEKLY LUNCHES:

Come join us for lunch! The Biology advising staff and faculty would like to invite you to join us for lunch on Wednesdays. The lunch will be held weekly at 11:30 at Earhart dining hall. Students are responsible for the cost of their lunch but this is a great opportunity to get to know your advisor and biology faculty. Our first annual lunch will be held on February 11th. We look forward to seeing you there!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

Beacon Academy at 620 Cumberland Avenue is seeking volunteers to work with students in Math and Science. Beacon is a charter school for at risk youth in grades 7-12. This is a great opportunity to broaden your experiences and add to your resume. As you know, employers and Graduate schools like to see academic excellence as well as community service. If interested or for more information, please contact Dr. Lukens at 7558382045 or email lukensdeb@comcast.net