Need to Know, Good to Know
In this edition:
- UA Fall Career Days: September 20-21
- Save the date: Student Affairs Salsa Contest to benefit UA Cares on October 28
- Campus Health study in Journal of the American College Health Association
- UA enrollment highlights
- Student Affairs accepting nominations for Shining Star
NEED TO KNOW
UA FALL CAREER DAYS: SEPTEMBER 20-21
For the first time EVER over two dozen companies will be attending the UA Fall Career Days! These companies include Sony, the Princeton Review, and Bloomberg. With 215+ tables over the 2-day career fair, opportunities abound for students, so send them our way!
UA Fall Career Days
Student Union Memorial Center Ballroom (third level)
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday, September 20 & Wednesday, September 21
SAVE THE DATE: STUDENT AFFAIRS SALSA CONTEST TO BENEFIT UA CARES ON OCTOBER 28
Hosted by Student Affairs, the 2nd Annual Salsa Contest is quickly approaching! Mark your calendars for the afternoon of Friday, October 28 and prepare yourselves for a competitive explosion of flavor! Three awards will be given for Most Unique Salsa, Hottest Salsa, and Best Overall Flavor, and all proceeds will benefit UA Cares.
Whether you’d like to make and submit a delicious bowl of salsa or just come to taste everyone else’s, keep an eye out for more information!
GOOD TO KNOW
CAMPUS HEALTH STUDY IN JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE HEALTH ASSOCIATION
UANews recently featured an article entitled "Freshmen Face Sleep Problems, Education Helps." The article highlights some of the work done by David Salafsky, M.P.H., Director of Health Promotion and Preventive Services (HPPS) for the Campus Health Service and Lee Ann Hamilton, M.Ed., C.H.E.S., Assistant Director for HPPS, concerning the importance of sleep relative to the success of UA students. David and Lee Ann’s findings are also being published in the Journal of the American College Health Association.
Check out the article in UANews here: http://uanews.org/node/41489
UA ENROLLMENT HIGHLIGHTS
Here are just a few enrollment highlights for fall 2011:
§ Thirty-nine percent of the UA’s currently enrolled freshmen are ethnic minorities
§ Non-residential students make up 38 percent of the UA’s student population, with California providing the majority of out-of-state residents and China dominating international enrollment
§ The current freshmen class –the largest ever in UA history—includes 510 Arizona Assurance scholars
Student Affairs accepting nominations for Shining Star
If you would like to recognize an outstanding person within the division of Student Affairs, please email your nomination to email@example.com.[Add Comment]