Engineering Week is a nationally recognized week dedicated to the positive contribution of engineers globally and here, at the University of Cincinnati. Each year, the College of Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal hosts EWeek for all CEAS students. This year EWeek included events hosted by CEAS organizations, a blood drive, the Date Auction, the Banquet, and a whole lot of fun!
The University of Cincinnati’s Student Activities Board is seeking current students to spotlight in its 2013-2014 ACTIVUS!
The Activus is a publication that promotes the activities and mission of all current student organizations at the university. Over 5,000 students, professors, administrators, potential employers, and potential students will receive this publication in print form, and thousands more will be able to access it online at www.uc.edu/sald.
Did you know that 96% of Bearcats Party Smart? Or that 77% of UC students choose to use a designated driver? You may have seen the Bearcats Party Smart posters around campus, but what are they really all about? The Party Smart Initiative is a collaborative effort across campus to educate students about alcohol, to help correct alcohol misperceptions, and to offer students who do choose to drink the resources to help them drink responsibly.
As a state assigned institution, the University of Cincinnati is required to be governed by a state appointed Board of Trustees that consists of nine voting members and two nonvoting student members. The Board is entrusted in overseeing the operation of the University and making the best decisions for the University of Cincinnati with the interests of the Ohio taxpayers in mind.
As an At Large Senator, my job description is very simple: represent and advocate for the entirety of the student body as best as possible. However, to do this, the At-Large Senators and I need student feedback. One of the ways we have been trying to get this feedback is by visiting different student groups, such as ROAR, ADVANCE, and Engineers without Borders, and simply telling people what we've been working on so far, and then asking for input or suggestions.
With weeks blurring by to the end of the semester, I reflect on my first semester in college. I have never experienced quarters but the transition was still rough. Semesters definitely seem hefty incontent to be tested over at the duration. For the past fifteen weeks it seemed that the semester would never end, until the week before finals rolled around and exams seemed to be approaching way too quickly.