College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Upcomimg CNR Events & Announcements 4/16/10

April 13, 2010

I. Tele-BEARS Advising Appointments
II. Take our Peer Advising (PAL) Survey and enter to win a $30 Student Store Gift Card
III. Been Accepted to a Health Related Professional School? Tell us about it!
IV. Horace Albright Lecture in Conservation - April 27, 2010

I. Tele-BEARS Advising Appointments
Tele-BEARS advising appointments have begun. Declared students should have received an email from their major advisor. Undeclared students were sent an email on Friday, April 2 with instructions for setting up an appointment. If you are undeclared, you may visit http://nature.berkeley.edu/site/advising_appointments.php to schedule an appointment with an undeclared advisor. Please come to your appointment prepared.

II. Take our Peer Advising (PAL) Survey and enter to win a $30 Student Store Gift Card
The CNR Peer Advising Leaders (PAL) are looking for feedback on your courses to help them better advise you. Take this quick online survey and you'll be entered to win a $30 gift card to the ASUC Student Store! Click here to take the survey.

III. Been Accepted to a Health Related Professional School? Tell us about it!
Have you recently been accepted into a health related professional school (DDS, MD/DO, PharmD, RN, PH, OD, etc.) or a Masters/PhD program? Are you willing to share your experience with the application process with fellow CNR students? Let us know! We'd like to arrange one or two student panels in April so you can share your experience and advice with CNR students/future applicants.

Please email the following information to Susan Kishi at kishi@berkeley.edu or cnrteaching@berkeley.edu:

Name:
Major:
Health related professional school you will be attending next year:
Other schools considered:

IV. Horace Albright Lecture in Conservation - April 27, 2010
The April 2010 issue of National Geographic will be devoted to a single topic: fresh water. With striking visuals and in-depth reporting, we will focus on the emerging challenge of global freshwater shortages and the choices ahead as the world manages a limited supply. This coverage continues the magazine's tradition of documenting key environmental issues and educating readers to care about the planet. Chris Johns will provide insight into key freshwater issues facing us today as reported by a team of renowned National Geographic contributors.

Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Richard & Rhoda Goldman Theatre
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley