Upcoming Student Success Center Events

Fidelity Day: 9/12/17, all day

Fidelity will be tabling and holding open office hours in Link from 10am-noon and 1pm-4pm.  Information Session from 7-8:30pm in 347 Hinds Hall.  Click here for more information about Fidelity.

EY Day: 9/13/17, all day, Link Lobby

Ernst and Young will be tabling and hosting open office hours from 10am-4pm.  Please bring a copy of your resume.  Click here for more information about Ernst and Young.

Success Workshop – Goal Setting: 9/13/17, 7pm, Shafer 121

Want to start your semester on the right foot?  Setting goals helps you have a game plan for the semester.  Hosted by the Success Coaching Program.  RSVP on OrangeLink. Other workshops include: Time Management, Study Strategies, and Stress Management/Wellness

Excellus Day: 9/14/17, all day

Interested in data analytics?  Tabling from 10am-11:45am, 3rd floor Sci-Tech and an Info Session from 6-8pm in Link 369.  Click here for more information about Excellus.

Amazing Race: 9/15/17, 4pm, LSB 001

Explore campus by teaming up with your E&CS peers and following clues to different locations.  Prizes will be awarded to the winning team!  Hosted by the Pathfinders. RSVP on OrangeLink.

Strasbourg Study Abroad Info Session: 9/18/17, 5:30pm, Link 220

Meet with Raymond Back, the center director for Syracuse Strasbourg.  For more information, contact Maria Marceau.

Google Games: 9/18/17, 6:30pm

Pit your knowledge and tech prowess against the best ‘Cuse has to offer!  Teams of five compete against each other in coding, puzzles, and word association games.  The top teams will not only get insane bragging rights, but also some pretty cool prizes!  Note: Space is limited, so register early. ALL participants should RSVP here; One person from your team (or if you want us to place you on a team) should sign up here.

Google Resume/Interview Prep Workshop: 9/19/17, 6:30pm, Link 105

Want to hear about what we look for in a resume?  Not sure what happens in a technical interview? Stop by and learn some tips and tricks to help perk up your resume and get you ready to ace your interviews!  RSVP here.

Upcoming Student Organization Events

E&CS Student Organization Fair: 9/12/17, 7-9pm, Link 369

Check out the Engineering and Computer Science-related student organizations – talk with current members, learn about the group, and find out how you can get involved!

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers General Body Meeting: 9/14/17, 6:30pm, LSB 105

Learn more about SASE and how you can get involved this semester.  Open to all students.

National Society of Black Engineers General Body Meeting: 9/14/17, 8pm, Slocum 214

Stop by the NSBE GBM to learn more about NSBE PCI, STEP, iStudy, the mentorship program, and other upcoming events.  Open to all students. Refreshments will be served.

Theta Tau Information Night: 9/18/17, 7pm, Bowne Hall 105

Meet the brothers, ask questions, learn more about Theta Tau, and tour The House after the presentation.  Recruitment events to be held during the week of September 18th.  Information about Theta Tau can be found here or you can contact them via email.

General News & Announcements

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Last day for pass/fail/audit grading option

Monday, 9/11/17, 5pm.  Questions? Speak with your academic advisor or the Records Office in Link 130.

#CuseRocks #KindnessProject

Have you seen colorful rocks around campus?  Maybe one with an inspirational message?  The Pathfinders painted rocks during Syracuse Welcome to spread smiles and kindness across campus.  When you find one, post a picture to social media with #CuseRocks, and find a new hiding spot for the rock!  Check it out here.

Success Tip of the Week

Goal Setting:

This is probably something you already do naturally, but it’s worth spending time learning how to set effective, SMART goals that can help you maximize academic success and achieve other life ambitions. In general, SMART goals are effective because they are designed to be realistic, so you are more likely to follow through and be successful.  They are also designed to be measurable, so you will know when you have completed them and will be able to celebrate your accomplishment.  Want to learn more about setting realistic, achievable goals?  Attend this week’s Success Workshop or schedule a meeting with a Success Coach!

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