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IAP 2007 Activity

On the Road to 2010...
UAAP Staff
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)

Sophomore year is approaching faster than you think. Come join us for a discussion on what you can expect and how you can make a smooth transition into your sophomore year.

Be sure to see our posters around campus highlighting other important sessions held by other offices to help you on your journey through MIT.
Contact: UAAP Staff, 7-103, x3-6771, megrmcd@mit.edu
Sponsor: Office of Undergrad. Advising/Academic Programming

Stop for Major Directions
UAAP Staff/MIT Students
Everyone needs a little guidance when it comes to picking a major. Stop by for advice and to hear how other undergraduates made the tough decision of which major to choose.

(Panel/Question and Answer Session)
Thu Jan 18, 03-05:00pm, PDR 1 and 2 (W20)

Faculty Pit Stop
UAAP Staff/MIT Faculty
Do you have trouble talking with faculty? Are you comfortable asking a faculty member to write a letter of recommendation? How do you establish a working relationship during a UROP? Come to our faculty mixer and get the answers to these important questions.

Hear from MIT faculty on how to best approach their fellow faculty members.

Space is limited. Please RSVP by emailing megrmcd@mit.edu by January 19, 2007.
Tue Jan 23, 03:30-05:30pm, Twenty Chimneys(W20)

Get a Jump Start on Your Sophomore Year
UAAP Staff/MIT Students/UG Admins
This interactive session will include a student and staff panel that will tell you the real deal about what you need to know about academic changes, issues, and things to look out for in your sophomore year.
Thu Jan 25, 03-05:00pm, Twenty Chimneys(W20)
Latest update: 25-Jan-2007

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