SCUE’s Roadmap to Penn- Updated for Class of 2016!

First published in the 1990s, SCUE’s The Practical Scholar: A Roadmap to Penn remains the only extensive academic knowledge resource made for Penn students, by Penn students. It is a useful handbook that can help you find the answers to some of the most common, and important, questions about Penn. Use the Roadmap as its title implies: as a guide to the numerous academic resources available at Penn.

See a digital version on the sidebar to the right! —>

Spring 2012 Application Information

SCUE Spring 2012 Application Information

Apply to the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education! Applications are due by 11:59PM on Sunday, January 15th.

Applications are now closed.

As always, please feel free to contact scue@dolphin.upenn.edu with any questions that you may have.

Fall 2011 Application Information

SCUE Fall 2011 Application Information

Thanks to all of those who came out and introduced themselves to us at the annual StudGov Information Session.

The application is now live:

Applications are now closed. Thanks to all those who applied!

We will be holding office hours this week to meet applicants one on one, answer your questions, and help you with your case studies. Office Hours will be held in the OSA Office (go to 200 Houston Hall and ask for SCUE!) on  9/12 from 7pm-9pm and on 9/13 from 8:30pm-10pm.

As always, please feel free to contact scue@dolphin.upenn.edu with any questions that you may have.

Fall 2011 Recruitment!

SCUE Fall 2011 Recruitment 

 

Come to the Penn Student Government Information Session to learn about SCUE and how to apply!

Wednesday, 9/7

8:30PM

Claudia Cohen Hall, G17

 

Applications are due on Wednesday, September 14th at 11:59pm. 

 

Click here to apply. 

 

Please contact scue@dolphin.upenn.edu with any questions.

Best of luck, and we look forward to reading your application soon!  

SCUE’s Roadmap to Penn- Updated for Class of 2015!

SCUE’s “Roadmap to Penn” has been updated for the Class of 2015!

First published in the 1990s, SCUE’s The Practical Scholar: A Roadmap to Penn remains the only extensive academic knowledge resource made for Penn students, by Penn students. It is a useful handbook that can help you find the answers to some of the most common, and important, questions about Penn. Use the Roadmap as its title implies: as a guide to the numerous academic resources available at Penn. Printed copies were mailed to all admitted students over the summer. This year, we have added Sample Schedules Across the Four Undergraduate Schools that should help you build your first semester courses!

See a digital version on the sidebar to the right! —>

Signup for SCUE’s Education Week Lunches

Signup below for SCUE’s Education Week Events:

Link to Education Week Signup

“TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR EDUCATION”
Dr. John DiIulio and Dr. Ira Harkavy | Keynote address
Mon. 3/28 @ 6pm in Huntsman Hall F55. Dinner will follow.
Limited to 50 Attendants.

Discussing: The Economics of America’s College-Going Culture. Houston Hall, 225 (Brachfeld Room)
Tues. 3/29 @ 11:30am|Dr. Laura Perna
Limited to 15 Attendants.

Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. Houston Hall, 225 (Brachfeld Room)
Dean Dennis DeTurck | Wed. 3/30 @ 12:00pm
Limited to 15 Attendants.

Discussing: Research Opportunities Abroad. Irvine G16
Thurs. 3/31 @ 11:30am |Dr. Janet Monge
Limited to 15 Attendants.


Ben’s List: The Academic Events Listserv at Penn

Penn is home to hundreds of amazing scholarly talks, seminars, and conferences – every day, it seems, exceptional scholars come to campus and no-one knows about them! Ben’s List is our solution: every week, SCUE, the Philomathean Society, and the College Dean’s Advisory Board will sort through the events happening in the following week and deliver them right to your inbox – or your twitter, your Gcal, or whatever means you use to organize your life!

If you’re interested in finding out about all the amazing scholarly events at Penn, just click here! If you’re interested in contributing events to the list, or have questions, just email benslist@philomathean.org.