November 2016 Programs

NOVEMBER 1, 5:00-6:00pm
Microsoft Student Partners Tech Talk

An Azure workshop for students interested in cloud computing or cloud technologies. Swag raffled!

NOVEMBER 1 & 3, 4:30pm
Pre-Enrollment Spring ’17 Tips
: Overview of Class Roster, Scheduler, and Student Center
Avoiding 8ams? Worried the website will crash? Not sure how to make an effective shopping cart? Don’t know how to enable the waitlist feature?Need Instructor Approval for a class? Not sure how to see the number of spots in a class?
Avoid the stress of pre-enroll by working with an expert to make a plan that ensures you get the schedule you want! Don’t take chances when it comes to your schedule next semester. Come to our “Pre-enrollment Spring ’17 Tips” event at the Tatkon center and conquer pre-enroll.

NOVEMBER 1 & 8, 4:00-6:00pm
Engineering Advising One-on-One

Drop in help, no appointment necessary

NOVEMBER 2, 4:30-5:30pm
Time Management and Test Prep

Finish strong! Prepare smarter for finals!

NOVEMBER 7, 5:00pm
Faculty Coffeehouse

Film director, best-selling novelist and Cornell physicist Robert H. Lieberman will deliver a talk called "Your Life As  An Art Form." He will share clips from his numerous films, including a renowned New York Times Critics Pick called They Call It Myanmar.

NOVEMBER 7, 6:45-7:30pm
On-Campus Housing Selection for 2017-18 Q&A

Housing for next year on your mind? Heard horror stories about the lottery? Nervous about what time you'll get? Confused about the process? Never fear, Tatkon is here! Join us here at the Tat for a Q and A session with a representative from the Housing Office to help answer all your questions about the room selection process! Get all the information you need to understand to set yourself up for a great living situation next year.

NOVEMBER 8, 6:30-7:30pm
Panel About Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention

Featuring members of Cayuga's Watchers (educates students on bystander intervention), Consent Ed (teaches methods that help provide a healthy consent culture), and Cornell Social Consultants (works towards implementing positive shifts in social culture).

NOVEMBER 9, 4:30-5:30pm
Computer and Info Science Info Session

Interested in computer science, information science and statistics? Meet Dean Greg Morrisett and learn how you can join CIS, one of Cornell’s newest and fastest-growing units.

NOVEMBER 9, 8:00-9:00pm
Cornell Minds Matter - 4 Steps to Happiness

Interactive workshop for practicing techniques that will increase your happiness, cultivate optimism, and lead to success at Cornell.

NOVEMBER 10, 3:00-5:00pm + NOVEMBER 22, 3:00-4:30pm
Internal Transfer, One-on-One Help

Want to transfer colleges? Stop by for help with your application.

NOVEMBER 10, 4:30-5:30pm
Handshake 101
Presented by upperclassmen brothers of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity.
Learn how to navigate Cornell’s job portal and the best ways to be successful in the career path of your choice. The event will include a Handshake tutorial panel and conclude with a q&a session. Bring 2 copies of your resume.

NOVEMBER 12, 4:30-5:30pm
Sleep for Success

Learn about small changes you can make to get better, more restorative sleep from sleep expert, Rebecca Robbins, PhD.

NOVEMBER 14, 5:00-6:00pm
Leadership Certificate Info Session through Engaged Cornell

Sharpen your professional skills and career discernment through this program. Pizza served!

NOVEMBER 14, 4:00-6:00pm
Professional Boot Camp Presented by Phi Gamma Nu business fraternity

Headshot, resume critique, tips for dress and networking.

NOVEMBER 15, 6:30-8:00pm Presented by Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity
Rock Your Resume Workshop

Come join Delta Sigma Pi for a Rock Your Resume workshop to find the perfect summer internship after your freshman year. Curious about what jobs are out there? We'll give you industry 101's so you feel prepared as you weigh the options.

NOVEMBER 16, 4:45 Departure for Physical Sciences Building
Fieldtrip to Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) Forum

Interested in research on-campus? Join experienced student researchers and walk to the Fall Research Forum. See posters, meet student researchers. A not-to-be-missed event for those who want to do research.

NOVEMBER 16, 5:00-6:00pm
Student Panel: Internships/Externships

Come listen to an experienced panel of students answer questions such as: Where do I look for an internship? What is an externship? What should I consider when looking for an internship? And more!

NOVEMBER 17, 2:00-4:00pm
Q Chat

Come chat with Brian Patchcoski, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Cornell’s LGBT Resource Center. All questions and identities welcome!