Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Certificate in Studio Art Info Session

Certificate in Studio Art Information Session
Wednesday, August 27 3:30 PM
Room 6261 Humanities Building
Advisor: Julie Ganser,

New Art History Classes For Fall 2014 Semester

AH 365: Survey of American Art Since 1945 (Art After 1945) (1:00-2:15 PM, T/R… Michael Jay McClure)

AH 430: Contemporary Feminist Art Practices (2:30-3:45 PM, M/W… Anna Campbell)

AH 500 (section 002): Objects, Identity, and Contemporary Art (6:00 – 8:00 PM, Tuesdays… Michael Jay McClure)

AH 569: Space, Publics and Projection (4:30-6:30 PM, Mondays… Anna Campbell)

Questions? Contact Teddy Kaul, Undergraduate Program Advisor/Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Art History, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Phone: (608) 263-2373

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

College Club Tutors Needed - The Boys and Girls Club

College Club Tutors

The Boys & Girls Club needs volunteer tutors for College Club, a college prep program for 1st-12th graders. Tutors will work with local youth Monday- Friday 3pm-6pm, although days are flexible. Find more information here and contact Carla Arredondo at to apply.


Tuesday, September 23
4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Kohl Center
601 West Dayton Street

All UW-Madison students and alumni are welcome to attend this FREE event. This fair offers students the wonderful opportunity to connect with approximately 750 representatives from over 275 organizations who are eager to talk about their full-time and internship positions, as well as offer students a chance to research careers and network. Your assistance in sharing this invitation with students who are currently seeking positions (full-time, internship) is appreciated. We want to ensure that EVERY student who may find this event beneficial is aware of this invitation. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Please feel free to post the attached flyer and encourage your students to review the list of employers registered:

Students may receive additional help in preparing for the career fair from the career services office within their college as many offer resume writing assistance and tips for making the most of the event.

*The Fall Career and Internship Fair is sponsored by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, College of Letters and Science, School of Education, School of Human Ecology and the Wisconsin School of Business.

Please contact us with any questions!

Angie White, Letters & Science Career Services
(608) 263-5055

Duane Cooper, Wisconsin School of Business

L&S Career Services invites students to join us for a very special Day in the Field excursion to the GCRC Government Career Fair in Chicago

Interested in working for Federal or State Government agencies?

Excited by the opportunity to meet with actual government recruiters at a career fair focused solely on government jobs?

This is the Day in the Field you’ve been waiting for!

WHAT: The Government College Relations Council’s (GCRC) annual Government Career Fair

WHEN: Friday, November 14th from 1-4pm.

WHERE: The Student Center of the University of Illinois - Chicago

HOW: L&S Career Services is chartering a bus to take students down to the fair and return them to Madison. See logistics info below. Space is limited!

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER ATTENDING: Any UW student interested in a career in government. This fair will be of interest to both undergrads, grad students and alums in STEMM (the extra M is for medicine), social science, humanities, and business majors. Any UW - Madison undergrad, grad student or alum from ANY major/college/program is invited to attend, but because space is limited, priority will be given to students/alums in L&S majors/programs. Government agencies hire people from all majors and all backgrounds. Learn more here:

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Start making your mark in politics by interning for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin this Fall!

Internships with the Democratic Party of Wisconsin are a great opportunity for hard-working individuals to gain political experience, develop a fuller understanding of the political process, and help make a difference in Wisconsin government. An internship with the DPW will help you learn the essentials of Democratic politics while working to elect progressive leaders to all levels of government.

Applications for the Fall 2014 Internship Program are now available online at

Only applications with a completed information page, cover letter, and resume will be considered. Applications should be sent to Amy Regner, Deputy Membership Director, at by Friday, September 12th. Applications will be accepted as they are submitted. 

Please direct any questions