WHAT?     The Empty Bowl

When?     October 12th from 11:00am to 2:00pm

Where? Kern Center. 

 

“Milwaukee Empty Bowls is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that uses art to heighten hunger awareness and raise funds that help food pantries and meal programs in Milwaukee.  Come purchase a handmade bowl and taste test delicious soups and breads made and donated by area restaurants.  This is a HUGE event, come with a big appetite!!!”



TO SIGN UP:

 

 

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0544AEA923A57-2014/

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QUESTIONS? Please, contact Kayla Maule    Allison Heine de Romero

 

This activity is brought to you by  Servant Leadership (to learn more go to-->http://www.msoe.edu/community/campus-life/servant-leadership/page/1515/servant-leadership)

  • Take Control--> Get to classes, Do your homework, Give your papers to professors on time... you are in college now!

  • Get to Class --> Attendance is super important!  Do not think that you can miss a class and  "It does not matter! I will get the notes later."  When students have this attitude they can not be successful.  Remember that if you miss 3, 4, 5 or 6 classes out of 30 meetings you've missed 20% of the content! This will negatively impact your grades and GPA.  How can you study for exams and pass your tests if you have not learned the content?

 

  • Pay Attention --> You need to develop a new habit of paying attention and be aware of the need for it!  You Tube videos, text messages, tweets and many others  are too short and  these are the interactions you are used to.  Remember that your lectures will be at least 50 minutes long!  The more you practice paying attention the better you will get.  Start on the very first day and you will see that after 21 days a new habit will have developed in your brain!Focus, Focus, Focus.

 

  • Study, Study, Study -->   For every 1-hour of lecture  you will need 2 hours of preparation or studying for each class! Read your assigned reading selections, review your notes, complete your homework... study hard!

 

  • Read Instructions and Answer Exactly What It is Asked -->  if someone asks you for your name you don't give your address so answer exactly what the professor is asking you.  Read all instructions carefully and divide them in smaller steps or parts.  Be sure to understand everything that is being asked of you and more important, have a plan for completing all steps on time.

 

  • Appreciate Feedback -->  Whenever your professor returns exams or papers with comments, read them carefully.  Do the exercise again  inside your head for additional  practice and try to include the information that the professor gave you.  Comments from the professor are very important and help you understand the information better.

 

  • Use the Office Hour -->  every professor has devoted Office Hours to see their students outside of class time.  Use this resource!  You can ask questions, clarify information, exchange ideas and concepts for future projects.  We are here to help you!

 

  • Connect with Others on Campus-->  sign up for a student organization, belong to a student group, go to different activities and HAVE FUN!

 

Good luck to all!

Miss Josie

ESL-Students

International Undergraduate Students

 

If you received a red slip at Pre-Orientation Meet and Greet last Monday you must report to Math Placement Exam today!

 

Please report to the German English Academy Building right across the street from the CC Building at 7:45am. Miss  Gina Moran will welcome you there and let you know of the awesome opportunities we have awaiting for you in the ESL Department.

 

The Math Placement exam will promptly begin at 8:00 am

 

Thank you and Good Luck!

Miss Josie



Questions? email me at sambolin@msoe.edu

 

 

 

ESL Program Placement Exam

 

          7:30am

          German English Academy Building (across from the CC Building)


Undergraduate International Language Exam

         

          7:45am

          CC Building- Multipurpose room 3rd floor

 

See you tomorrow!


Miss Josie