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Drop-in Math tutoring for MATH 3, 11A, 11B, 19A, 19B, 22, 23A, and 23B will be available at McHenry Library, room 1279 on:
Sunday, June 10th from 4-8pm
Monday, June 11th from 4-8pm
Tuesday, June 12th from 4-8pm
24-Hour Study Center
The ARCenter will be open continuously as a study center beginning Sunday, June 10th at 9:00am and remaining open until Wednesday, June 13th at 11:00pm. Regular hours will resume on Thursday, June 14th. Free coffee will be available.
Any updates and changes to these services will be posted on the Learning Support Services website at http://www2.ucsc.edu/lss/
ISMA will be hosting a BBQ in the BSOE Courtyard this coming Wednesday (June 6th). $5 gets you a juicy burger, a can of soda and a bag of chips. Come support the Information System Management Association on their last BBQ of the year!
The Denmark-California Summer Workshop on Renewable Energy 2012 is in Denmark from July 30 to August 17.
This workshop is open to graduate and advanced undergraduate students.
The Denmark-California Summer Workshop on Renewable Energy is a unique educational initiative developed by leading universities in Denmark and California. Students and researchers from the UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, UC Merced, Technical University of Denmark and Aalborg University will meet in Denmark for a 3-week renewable energy summer workshop. Participants will learn about the economics, politics, science, and technology behind RE implementation from leading experts, while exploring communities and relevant energy sites where such technology is in place or currently being implemented. The interdisciplinary approach and holistic perspective allows students with various academic backgrounds to interact and develop concrete final project ideas, while targeting today'ÂÂs energy problems from different angles.
More information about this workshop can be found on: https://localrenew.soe.ucsc.edu/2012 or directly requested through the UC coordinator:
Brenna Candelaria, University of California Santa Cruz
Program Coordinator CITRIS Santa Cruz and LoCal-Re
Phone: 831-459-4464 email@example.com
For more information, please visit:
Established in 1987, SVC is a University-sponsored, student-run organization dedicated to enhancing student involvement in the Santa Cruz community by providing meaningful volunteer opportunities, while connecting local organizations with passionate and engaged students. We strive to create opportunities for students to become more involved with the off campus community by attempting to provide volunteer/internship opportunities that cater to their future goals or current interests. Our objective is to find an organization that will provide students with a position that offers job-training in their desired field, implement a strong work ethic and skill set for each individual student and render him or her with invaluable life experience after completing his or her volunteer/internship opportunity.We hope this experience will provide students the chance to obtain skills as community leaders and open doors for their future. This is why we are constantly expanding our reach across the campus to inform students of what opportunities are available in their specific field of study. We were recently contacted by Youth N.O.W. Student Center, an organization dedicated to the academic and social support of youth in our community. They are seeking UCSC student volunteers who are passionate about cultivating and helping students realize their unique potential in computer science, math and physics.The SVC team was hoping that you could help us by connection students within your department to Youth N.O.W. by making them aware of this unique opportunity to guide future students in their own academic studies. This position consists of basic tutoring in computer science, math and physics. They will be tutoring youth within the community and help them with homework, school projects, provide resources, guidance in the computer labs, and printing services. If interested in a position starting in the fall, they can contact Missy Nielsen, Director of Community Outreach (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Attachment: YNC Summer 2012 3-D Programming Instructor and Assistant Volunteer.pdf, 153,850 bytes, application/pdf