Navigating Northwestern Academics
An event series for undergrads
Navigating Northwestern Academics is a series of casual, interactive forums designed to help undergraduates find their best footing in negotiating the sometimes-rocky path toward their academic goals. These events may be especially useful for first-year students, but all Northwestern undergrads are welcome.
Insider's Guide to Managing Your Course Reading Load
Tuesday, March 2nd, 4-5pm Central, via Zoom
Curious about how to deal with a heavy reading load? We can help you! Come and learn from faculty and experienced undergrads about handling a heaving reading load and reading for understanding and success. You'll have a chance to ask questions and share ideas. RSVP at Eventbrite, and you will receive login information.
Professors Don't Bite: Building Strong Faculty Relationships
Thursday, February 25th, 5–6pm Central, via Zoom
Join us and hear from experienced undergrads on how to engage effectively with faculty including office hours, recommendation letters, and more. You'll have a chance to engage with your peers, ask questions, and share ideas with one another. RSVP at Eventbrite, and you will receive login information.
Insider's Guide to Writing-Intensive Courses
Wednesday, January 27th, 5–6pm Central, via Zoom
Wondering how to tackle your writing assignments? We've got you covered! Join us and hear from faculty and experienced undergrads on keys to success in writing courses including study strategies, in-class practices, and other habits that can help you stay on track. You'll have a chance to ask questions and share ideas. RSVP at Eventbrite, and you will receive login information.
Take a look at what we offered in the fall...
- Start Strong & Stay Strong: Advice from the Experts
- Keep Learning Wherever You Are: Get in Gear for Remote Classes
- Insider's Guide to Success in Pre-Med/Pre-Health Courses
- Boost Your Productivity: Strategies for Navigating the Quarter System