Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Opportunities in Careers 4 Terps

Where Did UM Graduates Go?
Twice a year the University Career Center & The President's Promise collects data from the graduating class in December and May. This data is not only useful to show the strength of the students at UM but it can also give current students a glimpse as to what they can do with their majors.

How to view the data:
First, set up an account in the Center’s jobs and internships database, Careers4Terps ( On the main page of your Careers4Terps account, click the link to "Where Did UM Graduates Go?" and select the college and major you are interested in researching.

Careers4Terps highlighted position of the week by the University Career Center and The President’s Promise!
Log in to your C4T account ( and paste the ID number in the “Search” box to learn more.

NMAH/James E. Webb Internship, (Fall or Spring Part-Time), Summer Internship- 61289
Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Washington D.C., District of Columbia 

Applicants must create an account on SOLAA to apply for internships (

The Office of Fellowships and Internships (OFI) awards stipends to support internship projects at the Smithsonian Institution for U.S. minority undergraduate seniors and graduate students in business and public administration.  This program was established in honor of the late James. E. Webb, Regent Emeritus and former Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), to promote excellence in the management of not-for-profit organizations.

These opportunities are intended to increase participation of minority groups who are underrepresented in the management of scientific and cultural organizations. Interns are placed in offices, museums, and research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.

Internships are full-time (40 hours per week), ten week appointments during the summer. The Office of Fellowships and Internships provides a stipend of $600 per week, with an additional allowance offered in some cases for relocation expenses. OFI provide guidance on housing but it up to the intern to make housing arrangements.
*You must indicate your interest in getting placed at NMAH within your application.

February 1 (for Summer, starting the 1st Monday in June or for Fall, starting the 1st Monday in October )
October 1 (for Spring, starting the 1st Monday in February)

Religious Freedom Education Project Special Event

The Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum, the British Council, the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and the Interfaith Alliance invite you to an important and timely discussion:

Reason vs. Rhetoric:
Understanding American Muslims

Thursday, June 28, 2012
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Knight Conference Center — 7th floor
Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.
Sixth street entrance

As the 2012 election season heats up, American Muslims find themselves at the center of the growing debates surrounding the role of mosques, sharia law, religious garb, and other issues related to Muslim life in the United States. This exciting day long symposium at the Newseum will bring together leading experts on religious freedom and American Muslims to examine many of the contentious questions fueling these debates. Several participants/panelists from the UK will offer a British/European perspective on these issues as well. What is the truth about American Muslims? Join the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, the Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum, the British Council and the Interfaith Alliance for a lively and engaging discussion that replaces negative rhetoric with thoughtful discussion.

Symposium registration begins at 9:00 a.m. with first panel beginning at 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m.

Confirmed panelists: Precious Rasheeda Mohammed, Imam Magid, Mohammed Younis, Kathleen Foley, Julie Macfarlane

MORNING SESSIONReligious Freedom and American Muslims
Moderator: Charles Haynes, Director,
Religious Freedom Education Project

American Muslims: Caricature vs. Reality
Moderator: Emmanuel Kattan, Project Manager,
Our Shared Future, British Council, @BCSharedFuture


AFTERNOON SESSIONSharia and Other Religious Laws
Moderator: Rev. Dr. C. Welton Gaddy, President,
Interfaith Alliance, @intrfthalliance

Mosques in America
Moderator: Shireen Zaman, Executive Director,
Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, @theispu
Follow #USMuslims for live updates

RSVP is required as space is limited. Register now!

National Museum of American History Internship Opportunity

The National Museum of American History internship program allows a diverse group of people with innumerable interests, strengths, and goals to encounter an educational environment where they can work with and learn from professionals and scholars in related areas of concentration. The Museum offers interns of different backgrounds incredible opportunities in a variety of fields, from public relations to exhibition research to project design. Learning from knowledgeable mentors in the dynamic atmosphere of the Museum and Washington, D.C. area, interns enjoy an intensive experience as multifaceted as the Museum itself.

This website lists all of the internships available throughout the Museum and the steps necessary to apply. If you are interested in applying, please explore to get a closer look at the variety of positions available to interns at the Museum of American History.

The following are the application deadlines for all internships:

Spring: October 15; Summer: February 1; Fall:
July 1

Interested students must go on SOLAA ( to apply for opportunities.

Currently, most paid internships go through our Office of Fellowships. One of the programs is called the Minority Awards Program ( Students can apply for this opportunity and request placement at the National Museum of American History. Deadline for summer is February 1 for spring is October 1.

Another program for public administration students is the James E. Webb Internship Program for Minority Undergraduate Juniors, Seniors and Graduate Students in Business and Public Administration -

I encourage student to go to our website and click on “About the Museum” ( This page will give you access to links on the left side of the screen that will give you more information about the museum and the people that work in it.

For further questions please contact:
Omar Eaton-Martínez, Intern & Fellows Program Manager, 202-633-3556;

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Opportunity

Do you have experience in political fundraising? Do you want to help
Congressional hopefuls get elected?  The DCCC is looking for Finance
Directors and additional members of the finance team for the 2012
Congressional election cycle and could use you!  Join us for a resume

Wednesday, May 23, from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
Please Join the DCCC for a Resume Drop
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
430 South Capitol Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
(1st Floor Wasserman Conference Room)

At this event, you will have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with
members of the DCCC to discuss potential campaign opportunities in

Don’t forget your resume!
To RSVP email your resume to Alex Shapiro at

Paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
430 South Capitol St, SE. Washington, DC 20003.
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee

Internship Opportunity at the National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders

Be a DC summer intern that makes a difference and gain valuable work experience in the nonprofit/association field, and public policy sector.  The National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders (NAAHL) represents America’s lenders in moving private capital to those in need, 80 organizations committed to increasing lending and investing private capital in low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities.  This “who’s who” of private sector lenders and investors includes major banks, blue-chip non-profit lender CDFIs, and others in the vanguard of affordable housing.  Interns will work side by side with association professionals as they help advance NAAHL’s affordable housing and community development mission. 

NAAHL seeks a college/university student who is interested in a summer internship.  The internship will be for approximately two months (June-August), depending on the student’s academic schedule.  The intern’s daily schedule can be flexible within normal business hours, Monday – Friday.  The internship is located in Washington, D.C. and is unpaid.  A public transit stipend is offered for the duration of the internship.  While the internship may be of special interest to business, economics, journalism, and political science majors, all students are welcome to apply.

The intern will work closely with NAAHL staff on a number of tasks that will help advance their careers.  Previous summer interns have assisted in writing press releases and letters, attended Congressional hearings and industry meetings, and helped conduct online research projects of financial regulators. 

Other intern duties include:

·         Editing documents for the CEO and COO
·         Compiling data in Excel spreadsheets
·         Filing/data entry
·         Front desk coverage, including answering the phones and greeting guests
·         Other duties as assigned

Because of the crucial role interns play in our organization, we ask that applicants have excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to work independently on multiple projects.  Good judgment and significant knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is also a must.  Other technical skills, including multimedia and social media are preferred but not required.   

To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter to or fax it to (202) 293-9852.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling schedule; the last day to apply is April 30, 2012.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Internships in Senator Gillibrand's New York City office

U.S. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand seeks current students and recent graduates (undergraduate, graduate, or law students) for Fall 2012 internships in her New York City office. Positions are available in multiple departments including Constituent Affairs, Community Outreach, Operations and Press. Each role provides a unique opportunity to gain insight into the federal government’s interaction with constituents, local government officials, businesses, and community organizations. Intern tasks include assisting U.S. Senate staff with casework in immigration, healthcare, veteran’s affairs, banking/housing, and consumer protection. 
Additionally, they may also assist in researching news and policy issues of concern to New Yorkers and preparing the Senator’s announcements and press events.

Positions are open throughout the year for students and recent graduates. Current students may apply for course credit and assume part-time schedules during the academic year. For the Fall 2012 term, applicants will be admitted on a rolling basis beginning August 1, 2012.  

Recent graduates typically start in mid to late August. Current students begin in September. The application can be found attached or on Senator Gillibrand's website at Applicants should direct all inquiries and send applications to   

UMD students: contact our advisor Ms. Bussie at for an application!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Internship Opportunity: Marylanders for Marriage Equality

 Marylanders for Marriage Equality is looking for motivated and civically engaged graduate and undergraduate students to apply for the Internship program. The Marylanders for Marriage Equality Internship is designed to give students an inside look at how an issue campaign actually works.

Interns will be responsible for helping canvass (door knocking), phone bank (calling people to help get support), attend outreach events, and several other essential tasks to help uphold the Civil Marriage Protection Act.

Intern responsibilities will vary based on previous experience and demonstrated ability to work well with campaign staff.

To apply: Please send resume & cover letter to
Questions: Please call 443-377-3638 or email

ICONS Project | Summer 2012 Internship

The ICONS Project at the University of Maryland is an experiential learning program that uses customized Web-based tools to support educational simulations and simulation-based training. The mission of the ICONS Project is to advance learning by designing and delivering dynamic role-play simulations for students and professionals worldwide.

Our high school- and university-level programs cast students in the role of decision-makers tasked with trying to resolve contentious political issues of today. The ICONS Project also uses its simulations to support training programs related to conflict resolution, decision making, negotiations, and crisis management.

The ICONS Project is seeking interns for the summer of 2012. The interns will work with the ICONS staff and will have the chance to learn about how ICONS works with its many clients (i.e.: universities, government agencies, and private companies).

Tasks for the interns will include, but are not limited to:
• Grant-writing and researching
• Simulation research and development
• Participating in ICONS’ pilot simulations (as needed)
• Researching countries for ICONS’ “Research Library”
• Administrative tasks, to be assigned

Internships are unpaid. Internships will start the week of May 21st, 2012 and end in mid-August. Interviews will be held as applications are received.

Please send your resume and brief paragraph about your qualifications and interests to with “ICONS Intern: Your Name” in the subject heading of the e-mail.

For best consideration, please submit materials as soon as possible for consideration. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. No phone calls please. Also, please remember that this internship is only open to students in the ID & CM minor or GVPT major.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Religious Freedom Education Project Special Event

The Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum and Moment Magazine
invite you to an important and timely discussion:

Under Siege in Iran:
Religious Liberty and Freedom of the Press
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
6:30 p.m.

Knight Conference Center — 7th floor
Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.

“The conditions for religious freedom in Iran have regressed to a point not seen since the early days of the Islamic Revolution,” warns the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. Life grows more difficult daily for Iran’s religious minorities — Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians and Baha’is — and for the journalists who try to cover them. Hear first-hand accounts of the challenges to religious liberty and press freedom in Iran today. What can be done to help those persecuted and imprisoned?
Charles Haynes, Director of Religious Freedom Education Project, and Nadine Epstein, Editor and Publisher of Moment Magazine, will introduce and moderate the panel.

Parveneh Vahidmanesh, Iranian historian and journalist
Hasan Sarbakhshian, Iranian photojournalist
Roya Hakakian, Iranian-American poet, journalist and writer
Dr. Kavian Milani, Iranian scholar, Baha’i human rights activist
Dr. Dwight Bashir, Deputy Director of Policy and Research, US Commission on International Religious Freedom

Join us for a reception following the program.
The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited.
RSVP to Ashlie Hampton at the Newseum:

Thursday, May 10, 2012

U.S. Economic and Commercial Policy in Latin America: The U.S. Department of State Foreign Policy Classroom Series

The U.S. Department of State Foreign Policy Classroom Series 
 Speaker: Natalie van der Horst, Economic and Commercial Officer, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs 
Topic: “U.S. Economic and Commercial Policy in Latin America” Date: Thursday, May 31, 2012 Arrival Time: Please arrive no later than 10:45 a.m. to pass through security and registration. The program will be from 11:00a.m.-12:00 p.m. 
Where: U.S Department of State, 2201 C St. NW  (Enter through the 21st street entrance, between C and D Streets. Bring photo ID.)

Natalie van der Horst is an Economic and Commercial Officer in the Office of Bilateral Trade Affairs in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.  Her responsibilities include developing and implementing U.S. trade policy for the countries of South America and Panama, expanding trade access for U.S. goods and services in these countries, and coordinating bi-lateral international economic dialogues with countries in her portfolio. Natalie earned a Master of Arts in Economics as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Studies from American University in Washington, D.C.  

Join Us for Future Foreign Policy Classrooms  
Thursday, June 14, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. 
Tuesday, July 10, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. 
Thursday, July 19, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
To register as an individual to attend a Foreign Policy Classroom, send an email to To register a group, fill out a registration form found at this link.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Join the BSOS Peer Mentors

Application available at
The BSOS Advising office will be accepting applications a few days BEYOND May 10

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Summer Internship Opportunity with the Solar Energy Industries Association: Social Media Intern

Want to spend your summer on the front lines of the fight for renewable energy? Have a 
passion for online advocacy? We're looking for a social media intern to help our digital media 
team expand our online presence on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and beyond. You'll work with 
SEIA's staff in government affairs, communications, events and other departments to share 
solar news, promote SEIA events and publications, and help us build our online community of 
solar advocates.
Successful applicants will have a background in communications, journalism, public relations, 
new media, or marketing. Passionate and Internet-savvy advocates with policy backgrounds are 
also encouraged to apply. It's helpful but not necessary for you to be familiar with solar energy 
technology, markets, or policy. You should be exceptionally organized, a great writer, and have 
some solid social media experience (though we don't expect professional experience). 
Duties will include assisting our digital media team in monitoring, engaging with and responding 
to solar energy discussions on social networks; tracking industry events, policy activity, and SEIA 
announcements; working with the digital media team to plan and implement our social media 
strategy; working with various departments to identify opportunities to promote SEIA and the 
organization's products and services.

Compensation: A transportation stipend is available. 

To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, writing sample and resume to with the 
subject “Social Media Intern.” No calls please; direct applicants only, no search or placement 
firms. Positions are open until filled. SEIA is an equal opportunity employer. Learn more about 

Organization Description
SEIA is the national trade association of the solar energy industry, and was recently selected as 
one of the best non-profits to work for in Washington D.C.  We work with over 1,000 company 
members to make solar energy a mainstream and significant energy source by expanding 
markets, reducing market barriers, strengthening the industry and educating the public on the 
benefits of solar energy. Representing one of the fastest growing industries in the world 
creates a dynamic and exciting work environment.  SEIA has over 40 full-time staff and is 
expanding to meet the needs of the fast-growing solar industry.

Paid Internship with the National Environmental Education Foundation for Summer and Fall

Intern, Public Lands Every Day Program

The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), a national leader in building public environmental literacy, is seeking a person to fulfill a part-time Intern position beginning late May of 2012 in Washington, D.C. The Public Lands Every Day Program encourages more American’s to enjoy, protect and maintain our public lands every day through public engagement, professional development and partnerships. The Public Lands Every Day Program includes grants, professional development and National Public Lands Day, the nation’s largest one-day volunteer event for public lands. Please go to for more information.

Candidates should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, an eye for detail and experience managing projects. The Public Lands Every Day Program offers the opportunity to gain practical knowledge about working with public agencies, the media and non-for-profit organizations. This position will be responsible for researching and communicating with potential site managers for National Public Lands Day 2012, overseeing communications for a new initiative to engage tribal lands, assisting with contests and grants and performing day-to-day operating tasks.

The ideal candidate will have:
A background and interest in environmental science/education or currently pursuing a degree in a related field. Excellent research and written and verbal communication skills. A strong interest in nature and outdoor/environmental education. A working knowledge of public lands and the agencies that manage them. Familiarity with most major new media tools and direct experience as an active user on multiple outlets (e.g. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc.).  Good computer (Word, Excel, Internet) and research skills.  Ability to work independently and in collaboration with our small program team.  Good sense of humor.

This internship extends beyond the summer into the middle of autumn.  Preference will be given to those who will be based in the Washington, D.C. area for the extent of the internship.

Dates of Employment: May 28 thru October 26, 2012. This is a paid position with a work schedule of 3-4 days per week; hours are flexible within organization operating hours (9:00a – 5:00p).  This internship could also be used toward course study or credits towards program, contingent on approval by NEEF and the college or university.

To apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to Please refer to the NPLD- Internship-0611 in the subject line.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Scholarship from

$1,000 scholarship: What’s Your Dream App?

Amount: $1,000

To enter for the scholarship, students may write a short blog post about their “dream app”, and submit their name and URL on the scholarship page.


Opportunities listed in Careers4Terps for GVPT majors

Schedule a Career Assistance Appointment-WE ARE OPEN ALL SUMMER!
During these appointments the University Career Center & The President’s Promise staff help students plan solutions for career-related concerns while identifying appropriate Center resources, programs, and services. Schedule a career assistance appointment online or call 301.314.7225 during office hours.
Schedule an appointment to…
•              Identify and explore educational/career interests
•              Search for internships/jobs
•              Make career decisions
•              Network/Conduct informational interviews
•              Write effective resumes and cover letter
•              Prepare for interviews
•              Use social media tools in job searches
•              Use online career tools
•              Apply to graduate school

Careers4Terps highlighted position of the week by the University Career Center and The President’s Promise!
Log in to your C4T account ( and paste the ID number in the “Search” box to learn more.

Paid Summer Internship- 61023
The Buffalo Group, Reston, Virginia      
Get your foot in the door in the $490 billion dollar defense contracting industry, and apply to be an intern at The Buffalo Group. As The Buffalo Group is a small business, you will not have a clearly set role, but by the same token, you will learn the entire business and not be pigeonholed into one area. Most of your duties will be assisting the proposal team in writing proposals to federal government agencies. You will learn the proposal writing and management process, and if you excel at writing extensive, detailed research papers, you will do well as a proposal assistant. Depending on your skill set, you may be assisting our recruiters to recruit new candidates to put on Government contracts. You might help them look for very specific skill sets that the Government needs, such as a linguist that speaks Pashto for example. Also depending on your skill set, you may help our Human Resources Manager in helping our new hires with their paperwork and understanding of our benefits package. To reiterate, our major need is a proposal assistant/coordinator, but also have needs for a recruiting assistant and HR assistant. If you excel in this fast paced environment and are a quick learner, we are definitely open to hiring you fulltime after you graduate.

Proficient in Microsoft Office. Excellent writer, good communication and personal skills. Knowledge of the defense industry or Government intelligence organizations is a plus.

Tutoring and Test Preparation Position with Marks Education

Marks Education (, a premier counseling, tutoring and test preparation firm dedicated to educational success, is looking for a top-notch test preparation and subject tutor. Marks Education team members are intelligent and caring professionals who enjoy helping students gain admission to succeed in competitive schools, colleges, and graduate schools. 

The right candidate will have the following qualifications and values:

• Caring: We care deeply for our clients, as evidenced by our efforts to ensure their success.
• Excellent test taker: Candidates may be required to take part of a standardized test to demonstrate top test-taking skills. 
• Strong work ethic: We are hardworking professionals who go the extra mile. 
• Enthusiastic and engaged: The right candidate would enjoy working with students of all ages, and this enthusiasm must be evident.
• Tutoring or teaching experience: We require at least six months of prior teaching or tutoring experience. 
• Eager to Learn and Grow our Practice: We are looking for a person who is eager to take on new learning opportunities and to grow our business through word of mouth referrals.
• Desire to work with low-income students: Each Marks Education employee enjoys providing services to low-income or first-generation students, including Collegiate Directions, Inc. (CDI) Scholars (, whom we support in getting to and through four year selective colleges.

Demonstrated comfort level with the Advanced Placement and SAT Subject tests in the Social Sciences would be a big plus.

The job starts as a half-time position and may, within a year, grow into a full time position. We offer a generous salary commensurate with experience.

Please respond with resume and cover letter. Emails without both will not be considered.  Address applications to 

Nitin Sawhney
Director of Tutoring Services
Marks Education
4833 Rugby Avenue, Suite 300
Bethesda MD 20814

Friday, May 4, 2012

Foreign Policy Classroom Event

Foreign Policy Classroom's next program is on Wednesday, May 9th, from 11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. They are pleased to announce that the topic will be “The U.S. Response to the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).” The speakers for this program will be Hilary Renner, Spokesperson, and Peter Quaranto, Special Assistant for LRA Issues, both of whom are from the Bureau of African Affairs.

If any students or faculty members are interested to register for this program, they will need to email with the required information (listed below). This information is required by Department Security in order to admit visitors into the building. The required information is a first and last name, a date of birth, the school they are currently affiliated with, a student or faculty ID number, a driver’s license or passport number and the state or country of issuance. This information is due on Monday, May 7th by 5:00p.m.

The Foreign Policy Classroom is a regularly occurring program intended for students and faculty members at the high school level and beyond. The Classroom provides the opportunity to participate in briefings with senior officials from across the Department on the work being done on top foreign policy priorities. Each Classroom will be one hour in length; broken down to approximately 20 minutes of remarks, followed by approximately 40 minutes of Q&A discussion. Classroom programs will take place in the East Auditorium of the George C. Marshall Wing.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Summer Online Course Offering

EDCP 318W – Leadership & the Workplace
Offered Summer I AND Summer II

An exploration of leadership theory and practice in the workplace: leadership versus management, ethics in the workplace, leadership in groups, teamwork, and practical application of leadership models. Students enrolled in the course must have a job (and job setting) to participate in the course fully. This is an online course, which will be taught using Blackboard. There will be no classroom meetings. Students who have questions can contact the instructor

Burmese Refugees Film Screening

Join the UMD Campaign for Burma as we screen the independent film "Nickel City Smiler" and listen to Myra Dahgaypaw, an ex-refugee from Burma, speak about her experiences and about ethnic genocide in the country. For over 60 years, the Burmese government has waged war against the Karen people in the east, destroying thousands of villages and raping and murdering the people, especially women. Working for the U.S. Campaign for Burma, Myra has devoted her life to giving these disappearing people a voice.

Come out on Monday, May 7th at 7:30pm in the Atrium of Stamp as we rally to show support for the welfare of refugees.

About the film: In Burma, Smiler Greely fought against the brutal government, who tortured, raped and murdered thousands. After spending over 20 years in a refugee camp, Smiler and his family were selected for resettlement to Buffalo, New York. "Nickel City Smiler" documents the struggles of the refugee community in one of America’s poorest cities. Fighting against poverty, violence and bureaucracy, Smiler battles for the hopes and hearts of his people.

Here is also a link to the Facebook event:

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Expert Panel and Career Symposium on the theme of Innovation in Homeland Security

START and the Smith National Security Collective have partnered to bring you an Expert Panel and Career Symposium on the theme of Innovation in Homeland Security. So far confirmed panelists include representatives and practitioners from the Department of Homeland Security, State Department, BAE Systems and Smith’s Detection. There will be a panel discussion, followed by a networking session.

This is a great opportunity to network and learn more about the industry. This event will be useful to those of students and alumni preparing for a jobs search, application process or interview with agencies and organizations in this industry. The panelists are multidisciplinary with backgrounds in social and behavioral sciences, engineering, business, public policy and more.

The event will take place on Friday May 4th, 10 am – 1 pm. In Van Munching Hall Room 1520.

All are welcome. In order to RSVP and to receive updates on the event please follow the link below.