Sleep for health and performance workshop to be offered by CAPS

CAPS will be offering a workshop titled, “Sleep for Health and Performance,” this coming Friday, January 15, from 12-1 p.m. at Rm. 3-226, Searle Hall, 633 Emerson, Evanston Campus. This workshop is free and available to any enrolled NU student. Information and registration is available at bit.ly/caps-workshops.

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NCA Career News: Company info sessions, Winter Intern/Job Fair + more

NEWS

All-Day Drop-In Career Advising (Final Day!)
Monday, Jan. 11 | 10 a.m.-4 p.m. | NCA office, 620 Lincoln St. | All Students
All NCA career advising and counseling staff will be on hand to help you prepare for the Winter Internship & Job Fair, polish your resume/CV/cover letters, or get answers to career-related questions. Express advising in the Main Library (2nd Floor, North Tower, Core) resumes on Tuesday, Jan. 12 weekdays from 2-4 p.m., and scheduled career advising and counseling appointments resume on Thursday, Jan. 14.

Two-day Northwestern Winter Internship & Job Fair 
Tuesday, Jan. 12 & Wednesday, Jan. 13 | 12-4 p.m. | Norris, 2nd Floor | All Students
Meet more than 100 companies in a wide range of industries over both days of the fair, with different employers attending each day. Employers include: Colgate-Palmolive, Accenture, Shedd Aquarium, Citizen Schools, PepsiCo, Visa, NBTY, Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Nielsen. Plus: Sign up starting at 12 p.m. for NCA’s free Professional Photo Booth (limited spots; first-come, first-served), with the first slot beginning at 12:30 p.m. Bring your Wildcard and resumes, and dress in business professional attire.
Learn more >>
View all internship + job opportunities in the winter fair guide >>

CASE & SCNO’s Consulting Consortium (Sponsored by NCA)
Saturday, Jan. 16 | 1-4 p.m. | Norris, Louis Room | First-Year Undergraduate Students, Sophomores and Juniors
Develop your understanding of the consulting field through a series of panels, breakout sessions and case workshops, and network with industry professionals from 11 different consulting firms. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Learn more >>

Northwestern Career Advancement Career Development Fund
Through the Career Development Fund, undergraduate students with financial need can apply to receive funding to support travel to internship, job, and graduate school interviews, professional career events and the purchase of professional attire. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the academic year.
Learn more >>


EMPLOYER ACTIVITY

Learn about career opportunities at company information sessions. Log into CareerCat > Events > Information Sessions for complete details (time, location) and to RSVP.

 Monday, Jan. 11 Tuesday, Jan. 12 Wednesday, Jan. 13 Thursday, Jan. 14 Friday, Jan. 15
The Boston Consulting Group NBTY, Inc. (Details below)** Urban Teacher Center FTI Consulting Deloitte*
(Open to all undergraduate students +
1st year master’s students)
Colgate-Palmolive Bates White Economic Consulting Fisher Investments Cornerstone Research
Applied Predictive Technologies Qualtrics TGG Group Capital Group
Oliver Wyman Parthenon-EY AQR Capital Management* Visa Inc.
Teach For America
McKinsey & Company
Chicago Trading Company

*Denotes an NCA corporate sponsor. See the full list of NCA corporate sponsors.

**Special Winter Fair Break-Out Session: A conversation with CEO of NBTY and Northwestern alum, Steve Cahillane
Tuesday, January 12 (during Day 1 of the Winter Fair) | 1-2 p.m. | Norris, Lake Room | All Students
Mr. Cahillane (WCAS ’87) will talk about his career, including his current role at NBTY and previous roles at Coca-Cola. In addition, he will discuss key trends in marketing, healthcare, and consumer products, as well as entry-level opportunities and different career paths within the industry. Plus: Meet the NBTY team during Day 1 or 2 of the Winter Fair (12-4 p.m.) in Norris, Louis Room.
Full details + RSVP (CareerCat > Events > Info Sessions) >>


NCA PROGRAMS + OPPORTUNITIES

NEXT Information Sessions
Two options: Wednesday, Jan. 20 or Thursday, Jan. 21 | 4-5 p.m. | Norris, Northwestern Room | All Students
Learn about the registration process for the Northwestern Externship Program (NEXT) — a one-day shadowing program that allows current Northwestern students to accompany alumni on the job in an industry of their choice this spring. The same content will be covered at both sessions.
Full details + RSVP (CareerCat > Events > Workshops) >>
Learn more about NEXT >>


OTHER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Master of Science in Law Program Webinar
Monday, January 11 | 4 p.m. CT | Virtual Event | STEM Students
Interested in law, business and technology? Join this webinar to learn about the unique Master of Science in Law (MSL) program at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, which provides business-centered legal training to STEM students.
Learn more >>

Northwestern Master of Science in Education Information Session
Tuesday, Jan. 12 | 5:30-7 p.m. | Annenberg Hall, Room 347 | All Students
Learn about the curriculum, the Master’s Project, field experiences for teachers, the application process and financial aid. Light refreshments will be served.
Learn more, additional info sessions + RSVP >>

Northwestern Public Interest Fellowship Program: Information session with the Civic Consulting Alliance
Wednesday, January 13 | 4 p.m. | Center for Civic Engagement (1813 Hinman Ave.) | Graduating Seniors
Learn about this one-year fellowship program that helps train a new generation of leaders for social change through paid public interest work, professional development seminars and mentorship opportunities with Northwestern alumni. Pizza will be served. Application deadline: Tuesday, January 26.
Learn more + additional info sessions >>

Fullbridge Future Leaders Summit
Saturday, Feb. 6 | Application deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 19 | All-Day | Downtown Chicago | Undergraduate Students
This one-day event brings together student leaders and young professionals to learn, network and design innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Learn more and apply >>

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Two-day Northwestern Winter Internship & Job Fair: Tuesday, January 12 and Wednesday, January 13 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris,

Two-day Northwestern Winter Internship & Job Fair

Northwestern Career Advancement invites you to the Two-Day Northwestern 2016 Winter Internship and Job Fair on Tuesday, January 12 and Wednesday, January 13 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris, 2nd Floor, with different employers attending on each day.

Meet more than 100 companies in a wide range of industries hiring for internships and full-time job opportunities over both days, including: Colgate-Palmolive, Shedd Aquarium, Accenture, Aldi, Citizen Schools, Peace Corps, PepsiCo, Visa, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, NBTY and Nielsen. View the Winter Fair Guide for complete internship and job listings.

Plus: Sign up starting at 12 p.m. either day of the fair for NCA’s free Professional Photo Booth (limited spots, first-come, first-served). Registration closes as soon as slots are filled, and the first slot begins at 12:30 p.m.

Remember to bring your Wildcard and resumes, and dress in business professional attire. Follow & join the winter fair conversation using the hashtag #NUWinterFair16.

Open to Northwestern undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.

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Psych 314: Presenting Data & Ideas

Psych 314: Presenting Data & Ideas

T/Th 12:30-1:50pm, Harris 107

Prof. Steven Franconeri

* No pre-reqs.

Course Description:

Brains can be surprisingly limited in how much they can process and store at once. But presenters, explainers, and writers too often ignore these limits. This course will survey techniques for presenting ideas and data in a manner that is engaging, clear, and memorable. The techniques will be grounded in an understanding of cognitive psychology – why our brains are limited in perceiving, learning, and storing information – as well as research in data visualization, and principles of graphic design. Course grading will be based on projects, discussion board postings, quizzes on readings, class attendance, and peer critiques.

Required text: Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic. Storytelling with Data, Wiley Press, 2015

Last year (Prof. Franconeri 314; Winter ’15), this course was rated 5.3/6 on CTEC, and 5.6/6 for instruction. (It’s the same course, previously called “Show & Tell”).

Mark your Calendars: Two-day Northwestern Winter Internship & Job Fair in January

Hosted by Northwestern Career Advancement

Tuesday, Jan. 12 & Wednesday, Jan. 13 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris, 2nd Floor (Different employers attending each day!)

Mark your calendar to meet approximately 100 companies and organizations in a wide range of industries (nonprofit, education, arts/culture, consumer products, technology, consulting, finance, and more) in the new year. Employers attending include: Colgate-Palmolive, Shedd Aquarium, Citizen Schools, PepsiCo, Visa, Accenture, Northwestern Mutual and Deloitte. The fair is open to all Northwestern students and alumni to learn about internships and full-time opportunities.

Plus: Sign-up starting at 12 p.m. for NCA’s free Professional Photo Booth (limited spots; first-come, first-served), with the first slot beginning at 12:30 p.m. Bring your Wildcard and resumes, and dress in business professional attire.

Log into CareerCat > Events > Career Fairs (https://shibboleth-nw.symplicity.com/sso) to see the list of employers (so far) & more information will be available soon on http://northwestern.edu/careers.

 

Northwestern Art Review Presents: A Day in the Art World: The Career Panel

Sponsored by Northwestern Career Advancement

Wednesday, December 2nd;  6:30-8:00 pm

McCormick Foundation Center, Northwestern University

Moderator: Jesús Escobar: Associate Professor, Harold H. and Virginia Anderson Chair – Department of Art History, Northwestern University

Panelists:

Paula Kowalczyk: AVP Regional Account Manager – Christie’s

Kathleen Berzock: Associate Director of Curatorial Affairs – Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art

Elena Grotto: Assistant Director of Media Relations – Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Michael Rakowitz: Artist and Professor – Department of Art Theory and Practice, Northwestern University