Welcome to Seminar!

First Year Symposium- What you need to know!

  • Symposium Info
  • Get in your groups to discuss the feedback from your Norm Busting Project. Make a plan for how you will address these revisions.
  • This Thursday, Seminar will not meet in person. In lieu of class, we will have a First Year Symposium Workshop Day. You are expected to meet with your group and submit the following items to the Seminar Blackboard page by Monday (11/14) at midnight:
    • Your updated PowerPoint presentation with revisions completed.
    • Submit a picture of your entire group (selfie) completing this work together. Note: Anyone who is not present for the group photo will be counted absent and receive a zero for this assignment.

Exam #3 Review!

  • Get out your textbooks, PowerPoint slides, and notes!
  • Find your group!
  • Let's study!




Announcements/Reminders!

  • Extra Credit Opportunity: Attend the Presidential Election Watch Party presented by the Student Government Association, Islander Cultural Alliance and Campus Activities Board tonight at 7:00pm in the UC Tejas Lounge. Drinks and snacks are provided. To get extra credit, attend the event and write up a one page synopsis describing the event, your experience, and something that you learned from attending. Your extra credit synopsis is due in Seminar on Tuesday, November 15th. Email submissions are not accepted. No late submissions accepted.
  • Sociology Exam #3 is Thursday (11/10)!
  • Next Thursday, Seminar will not meet in person. In lieu of class, we will have a First Year Symposium Workshop Day. You are expected to meet with your group and submit the following items to the Seminar Blackboard page by Monday (11/14) at midnight:
    • Your updated PowerPoint presentation with revisions completed.
    • Submit a picture of your entire group (selfie) completing this work together. Note: Anyone who is not present for the group photo will be counted absent and receive a zero for this assignment.
  • The deadline to drop a class is Friday (11/11). If you are in danger of failing a class, make sure to talk with your professor this week to determine if you need to drop the class.