Job posting: The Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary invites applications for student employees to serve as Learning Assistants for the Devon Academic Resource Centre in the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 terms. Please preview the job description (pdf). Applications can be sent electronically to Ms. Sarah Stevenson (sajsteve [at] ucalgary [dot] ca) by 30 August 2013.
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|STUDENT LIFE AT THE SCHULICH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING|
|First-Year Residence Guarantee First-year students who apply for residence prior to April 30 are guaranteed a place in residence for the academic year. Residence is still available after this date and applications are processed on a first come, first serve basis.|
|Engineers Make Exceptional Leaders The Maier Student Leadership Program is a unique and timely means of preparing students to be society’s leaders of tomorrow.|
|What's it Really Like Being an Engineering Student? Schulich eChannel features videos made by engineering students, for engineering students.|
|$685,000 Each Year Supports Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom The Schulich Student Activities Fund accepts applications three times a year.
|Test Drive an Employer or Industry Sector in Canada or Around the World Over 80 percent of undergraduates take part in the Engineering Internship Program between their third and fourth years.
|And There's Plenty More Student Life...|
|ENGINEERING STUDENT SUPPORT AND RESOURCES|
|Engineering Undergraduate Studies Office
The engineering Undergraduate Studies Office offers academic advising, admissions and registration assistance, and student support. Learn more
|Schulich Values Student Diversity on Campus
The Schulich School supports several programs to encourage the success of women in engineering and has made international education and research a priortiy. The number of Aboriginal engineers in both Alberta and Canada is smaller than it should be; Schulich offers special programs for Aboriginal students. Learn more
|First-Year Varsity Program for Student Athletes
To recognize the value the Schulich School places on student athletes, the faculty developed the Varsity Frosh Program that allows first-year students to spread their first-year course load over two years without penalty. Learn more