Advising PLUS Tutoring Spring 2018

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A-PLUS Tutoring Schedule by Subject

Sci Lib = Second Floor, Science Library
SSC = State Quad Student Success Center (Second Floor, Whitman Hall)

Advising PLUS can also refer you to many other tutoring resources across campus. If you do not see what you need, contact them! 
Location: Science Library – Second floor | Phone: (518)437-3976
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday; 8:30am to 5pm
E-mail: advisingplus@albany.edu

Subject Course Day Time Location*
Accounting BACC 211 Monday 2:40-3:40pm SSC
BACC 211/222 Wed 12:35-2:35pm Sci Lib
Anthropology AANT 110 Monday 1:40-2:35pm SSC
Art History AARH 171 TBA Before exams TBA
AARH 260 Monday 6:30-7:30pm Sci Lib
Biology ABIO 131

 

 

 

Monday 2:45-3:45pm Sci Lib
Wed 2:45-3:45pm Sci Lib
Wed 7:15-8:15pm Sci Lib
Thursday 11:45am-12:45pm Sci Lib
ABIO 212 Sunday 4:00-5:00pm SSC
ABIO 217 Thursday 4:00-5:00pm SSC
Chemistry ACHM 120/121

 

Monday 12:35-1:30pm Sci Lib
Thursday 5:00-6:00pm SSC
ACHM 220/221 Wed 10:00am-12:00pm Sci Lib
Computer Engineering ICEN 150/200 Sunday 7:00-8:00pm SSC
ICEN 213 Thursday 4:15-5:15pm Sci Lib
Computer Science ICSI 201/210/213/333 Monday 5:00-6:00pm SSC
ICSI 201/210/213/333/405 Tuesday 5:15-7:15pm SSC
Criminal Justice RCRJ 201/202/203 Tuesday 12:00-2:00pm Sci Lib
Economics AECO 110/111 Wed 3:00-5:00pm SSC
All levels Monday 11:30am-12:25pm Sci Lib
Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity CEHC 101/210/242/

321/343/344/345

Tuesday 12:00-2:00pm Sci Lib
History All 100-level courses Tuesday 3:15-4:15pm SSC
Informatics IINF 100X Tuesday 1:30-2:30pm SSC
Mathematics AMAT 106 Sunday 2:00-3:00pm SSC
AMAT 108

 

Tuesday 2:45-3:45pm SSC
Wed 11:30am-12:25pm SSC
AMAT 111/112/113 Thursday 2:15-3:15pm Sci Lib
AMAT 101 through 299 Tuesday 5:15-7:15pm SSC
Physics APHY 105/108 Sunday 3:00-4:00pm SSC
Political Science All levels Tuesday 6:15-7:15pm Sci Lib
Thursday 6:15-7:15pm Sci Lib
Psychology APSY 101

 

 

Sunday 5:00-6:00pm SSC
Tuesday 7:30-8:30pm SSC
Thursday 8:00-9:00pm SSC
APSY 214/314 Tuesday 4:15-5:15pm Sci Lib
All levels

 

 

Monday 10:00am-12:00pm Sci Lib
Tuesday 2:00-3:00pm Sci Lib
Wed 12:00-1:00pm Sci Lib
Public Administration RPAD 140/302 Sunday 2:00-3:00pm SSC
Sociology ASOC 115 Tuesday 12:30-1:30pm SSC
Spanish Up to ASPN 208 Wed 4:00-5:00pm SSC
All levels Tuesday 7:15-8:15pm Sci Lib
Study Skills All levels

 

 

Tuesday 1:30-2:30pm Sci Lib
Tuesday 4:15-5:15pm SSC
Wed 4:00-5:00pm Sci Lib
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Tutoring
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  • Writing – Any level
    (except foreign language)
  • Math
  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • General Biology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Economics (Macro/Micro)
  • Computer Science
  • Accounting – Any level
 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday through Thursday
7:00 pm to Midnight

 

 

 

 

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Job and Internship Fair on February 14

UAlbany’s Job & Internship Fair is on February 14, 2018 in the SEFCU Arena from 12 – 5 pm

The Career Fair is open to ALL MAJORS and will have a range of employers from all industries; non-profit, healthcare, government, technology, education, business, science….etc. looking to hire students for internships and entry level positions opportunities. Do not miss this great opportunity to network with over 100 employers and find out what opportunities await after graduation. If you have not already started now is the time to think about life after college. Check out and learn about the employers that have registered so far https://albany.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/3578 and stay tuned for career and professional development workshops and events leading up to the career fair.

2018 Career Fair

 

The New Global Distinction Program

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Follow your Major towards Global Competence

Undergraduate students, pursuing any Major, come learn how you can make the most of your University at Albany degree, graduate globally competent and on time! Let us guide you through your unique combination of

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Be Here Now!

Tuesday, 12/5
2:30-3:30pm
The Bean (Campus Center Expansion, downstairs)

Wednesday, 12/6
12:30-1:30pm
Board Room (Campus Center Expansion, upstairs)
Thursday, 12/7
10:30-11:30am
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Click here to check out the Global Distinction Flyer.

Winter/Spring 2018 Semester-Specific Course Descriptions

Fall 2017 Classes

Did you know that several departments offer semester-specific course descriptions? 

Some professors give you insight into the type of readings you will examine, how your performance will be evaluated, and their goals for the courses they are teaching. This can be especially useful for courses like Rewriting America and Selected Topics in Political Science where the topics vary. Don’t you want to know more about the classes you are selecting? For a link to the course descriptions in our catalog, click hereClick on the links below to access the semester-specific descriptions. 

Education

English

History, Documentary Studies, Judaic Studies, and Religious Studies

Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Music Lessons and Ensembles

Philosophy

Political Science (POS) & Public Administration and Policy (PAD)

 

The Power of Focus

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If you listen to any successful person talk about how they got to where they are, a lot of times, the word focus will be mentioned at some point. Everyone wants to be successful, but many of us lack focus. Although we live in this multitasking age, multitasking just does not work. And I am not just talking about daily tasks. I am talking about greater focus in life. Look back and be honest with yourself. Do you consider yourself to be a focused person? I personally do not consider myself  to be a focused person. I constantly have to remind myself, “Heather, be focused.” We are constantly getting distracted from what we need to be focused on. Whether we are distracted by our phones, other people, worried thoughts or, you fill in the blank. Continue reading “The Power of Focus”

Soaked: Breakdown to Breakthrough Part I

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Working for my family’s business was my first real job.  It was flexible and an opportunity for me to get some work experience, develop my communication skills, and it was an opportunity for me to learn the basic foundations of working in the world of retail.  New Visions forced me to adapt in ways that were unfamiliar to me. It forced me to throw myself into chaotic environments and allowed me to explore a field I thought I wanted to be part of.     Continue reading “Soaked: Breakdown to Breakthrough Part I”

The Fall 17′ Advising PLUS Schedule is Here!

Have you been to the Advising PLUS page? They offer much more than what is listed on here. Check them out: albany.edu/advisingplus | advisingplus@albany.edu

Two Locations: The State Quad Success Center & the 2nd Floor of the Science Library

What is Offered?

Help with Study Skills and Time Management 
Honors College Strategies for Success
Study Clusters for: BIO 130, 131, 212, 217
Tutoring for:

  • Anthropology (Intro to Human Evolution and Cultural Anthropology)
  • BITM215
  • Chemistry (General Chemistry I and Organic Chemistry)
  • Computer Science and Computer Engineering
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • EHC Courses
  • Financial Accounting
  • Globalization Studies
  • History
  • Information for the 21st Century
  • Mathematics
  • Political Science & Public Policy
  • Psychology
  • Sociology (Intro to Sociology & Sociology of Gender)
  • Spanish

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