College of Management Undergraduate Program Office


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Limited Walk-In Hours this Week

One Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week (March 21-23), the CM Undergraduate Program Office walk-in hours will be 10:00-11:30 AM only, and will be conducted by Melinda Veress, as the rest of the advising staff will be at a professional conference.  You can still email staff, but please be aware that our response may be delayed as we will be out of the office.  We appreciate your understanding.


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Academic Support Program Workshops

Academic Support Programs has announced several opportunities for students to get assistance in a variety of classes.  This week, they will hold two Attribution Workshops to help students learn the best methods for citing work, paraphrasing and avoiding plagiarism.  They are also offering weekly drop-in Writing Workshops and drop-in Math Workshops – no appointments necessary for these.  Finally, they have a comprehensive series of study strategy and success skills workshops offered on various subjects throughout the semester.  These are also offered on a drop-in basis.  We encourage everyone to explore all that Academic Support Programs offers to help all students succeed!


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CM Tutoring Center Closed During Spring Vacation

The College of Management Tutoring Center will be closed during the spring vacation, from Monday, March 12th, through Friday, March 16th.  The CM Tutoring Center will reopen on Monday, March 19th.


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GOT GREEN? WANT GREEN? Make a video and win money

Herman Miller, a nationally recognized design firm, has announced a contest, asking college students: “What makes your campus green?”  The winning video will earn it’s creators a cash prize of $2500, and there are cash awards for second and third place as well.

So think it over… what makes UMB green?  Is it the variety of “green operations” the campus has? Is it found in existing and planned buildings on campus?  Is it most commonly recognized in how so many people get to campus? Is it in the classroom and what we learn? Or among students and other individuals on campus?

Check out the contest rules, grab a video camera, and get creative.  Spring Break starts March 12.  Contest Deadline is April 6.  $5000 in total prizes is being awarded. You do the math.

 

 

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