Apply to study abroad in Canterbury, England for the Academic Year 2016-2017 or Fall 2016!

The University of Kent is situated about one hour southeast of London in the midst of a famous cathedral city and picturesque villages. You’ll be directly enrolled at the University of Kent taking courses with British and other international students and earn direct IU credit towards your major, minor and general education requirements. There are a variety of on-campus housing options and there are program-specific scholarships available.

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Free Snacks, Coffee, Tea for Students

During finals week (December 14-18), students can stop by the GLBT office (8 am-5 pm) for free snacks and hot drinks. The GLBT office is located at 705 E. 7th Street. Come by and study or just relax!

REL-R 202 –Topics In Religious Studies : DEATH – offered spring 2016

4:40-5:30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, with a discussion section on Friday.
Fulfills CASE A&H. This course will explore several issues under the broad topic of ‘death.’ In particular we will study various cultural responses to personal death (i.e., one’s own death) and the death of others. We will spend much of the semester thinking about question such as, how have people thought about death? How do people cope with personal death anxiety? How have various cultures dealt with the grief associated with losing someone significant?

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Study Table Blowout and Stress Free Zone

On Thursday, December 10th, the FASE Senior Peer Consultants (SPCs) will host a Study Table Blowout and Stress Free Zone.  Get your study on and take a well-deserved break.  Study Tables will take place in Eigenmann Hall 621 and the Eigenmann Hall Formal LoungePizza and wings will be served! ALL students are welcome!

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INTERESTED IN GRADUATE SCHOOL BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START?

If you are a first generation college student who comes from a low income home or are a member of an underrepresented minority, please consider applying to the McNair Scholars Program.

 

Deadline: Monday, December 28, 2015

 

The McNair Scholars Program is a federal program funded through the U.S. Department of Education. It is designed to prepare low income and first generation or underrepresented minority undergraduates to apply to and succeed in research-intensive doctoral degree-granting graduate programs. The program will support you in your efforts by providing an intensive, paid research experience and numerous year-round activities and workshops. As a McNair Scholar you will join a well-recognized network of student researchers who are planning to pursue additional higher education.

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