Upcoming Workshops and Programs
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Fall 2017 Workshops
Our hour-long workshops are carefully crafted with your needs in mind to help you improve your academic life in a number of areas–from time management to study strategies to ending procrastination. Check back soon for Fall 2017 Workshops.
Women in STEM
On Friday, September 15 from 12-5:30 pm, we will be holding a “Carolina Women in STEM” conference. You will have the opportunity to learn about STEM careers, brainstorm about next steps after college, and network with STEM faculty, professionals, and students. The conference will be held in SASB N and is geared toward undergraduates pursuing STEM fields. More information forthcoming. Click here to register. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Bio Cell: Collaborative Learning Groups for BIOL 101.
Groups will focus on the current content from lecture and establish productive and efficient study skills for the course.We will discuss and apply test taking strategies, tools for reading efficiency, and active learning techniques throughout the semester.
Garland: Thursdays, 3-4:15pm, 0127 SASB North (Writing Center Cafe)
Evans: Thursday, 4:30-5:45pm, 0127 SASB North (Writing Center Cafe)
CHEMpossible: Collaborative Learning Groups for CHEM 101, 102, 261
CHEM 101, Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:30, 0127 SASB North (register here)
CHEM 102, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:30, 0127 SASB North (register here)
CHEM 261, Mondays, 4:30 – 5:30, 0127 SASB North (register here)
Groups will focus on current course content while modeling effective and efficient study skills. Throughout the semester, we will discuss test-taking strategies, apply problem-solving skills, and practice active learning techniques specific to chemistry. Students are encouraged to bring questions about course content and best learning practices.
Questions? Contact Ashton Bartley at email@example.com.
Math Plus: Collaborative Learning Groups for MATH 110, 130, 231
Groups will focus on current content from each course and will help students establish productive and efficient study skills. We will discuss and apply problem-solving skills, test prep strategies and active learning techniques throughout the semester. Students are encouraged to bring questions about course content and best learning practices.
Questions? Contact Jackie Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Princeton Review GRE, GMAT, LSAT and MCAT Test Prep Courses. Details and Registration.
The Learning Center is partnering with The Princeton Review to offer test prep courses for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT and MCAT at a savings of up to $600 for UNC students, alumni and employees. The Princeton Review also offers free local test prep events. Please be sure to enter the correct dates for free events and use the yellow promo codes for discounts on courses.
Would you like to request a Learning Center program for your organization? Click here for our Learning Center Program Request Form.