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Just a reminder! Resumes/Cover Letters, Progress Reports, and Informal Reports

by Steve Krause on November 14th, 2014

Lots of stuff going on here, folks! So just a brief reminder as we head into the weekend:

  • Your revised resumes and cover letters are due by the end of the day today, November 14. As has been the case with all of the other work this term, you’ll post links to these documents along with a link to a writer’s memo on the project to assignment dropbox on emuonline. I’ll dock late or incomplete work a letter grade.
  • Also by the end of the day today,  be sure to post a second progress report. You’ll do this just like before: post it in the comments for your group; and in case you forgot which group is what:
  • Group 1: LeeAnne Baumdraher, Chelsea Idzior, Natasha Wickenheiser, Jessica Kane
  • Group 2: Kourtney Lovett, Carly Woldring, Nijea Wilson, Kristen Smith
  • Group 3: Elyse Cawetzka,Melanie Waller, Brian Gardner, Sabrina Gissendaner
  • Group 4: Latasha Davis, Justin Trudell, Leah Touchstone, Ashleigh Swinehart
  • Finally, a draft of your informal report is due for peer review by the end of the day on Monday!  This assignment has been in the works for a long time now, so hopefully most of you have already attended an event and at least started (if not finished) a draft.  If you haven’t attended an event yet, you should take a look at the EMU Calendar.

    The good news is that there are lots of things going on even for the procrastinators amongst you, and a lot of these events should work for folks with tight schedules. For example, today (as I type this!) is the Graduate Research Conference, which is an annual event featuring the scholarship of EMU grad students. I already mentioned the job fair going on today– that too would count as an appropriate event for this. The art gallery in the student center is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm, and there’s a “holiday art fair” from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday in the Convocation Center. Lots of stuff to do this weekend!

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