Community Briefs for 3/21

Mar 202011
Authors: Collegian Staff Report

Last day to withdraw from classes today

Today is the last day to withdraw from most university courses.

Students who choose to withdraw from a class can do so on RAMweb through the registration link. Doing so will result in a ‘W’ on their academic record.

According to a press release, the course withdrawal period begins after the schedule change period and closes on an appropriate week, depending on the length of the course. The add/drop and withdrawal deadlines are listed in the class schedule.

Get some confidence

An interactive workshop today will help students who freak out about class presentations or even talking in class manage their nervousness.

The workshop, from 4 to 4:50 p.m. in the Institute for Learning and Teaching room 105, will give attendees some easy tips and provide ideas for connecting with audiences in any speech, whether it’s to three or 300 people, according to a press release.

Earthquakes, tsunamis and Seattle

Following the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that hit northern Japan on March 11, Megan Anderson will speak today on “Subduction Zone Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Crustal Faults in Seattle: What’s the Risk?”

The Geosciences Seminar will take place at 4 p.m. in the Natural Resources Building room 320. Anderson is from Colorado College.

Summer registration begins tomorrow

Registration for summer classes starts tomorrow.

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