Sophomore Series Events

The College of Arts & Sciences announces the return of its workshop series geared for sophomore students.

The Sophomore Series is a group of workshops specifically designed to help ArtSci sophomores plan for upcoming experiential learning opportunities. The workshops will be led by members of the College Office and representatives from relevant campus partners. Students can plan to attend any or all of these workshops, where you'll learn more about pursuing internships, study abroad, research, and/or fellowships and ask questions about these experiences. Find the schedule of events below. Registration is required for each event you plan to attend. 

Civic Engagement Opportunities

Thursday, September 28, 4 - 5 p.m.

Join in the College of Arts & Sciences, Kit Smemo, and Sam Babb, Associate Director of Community Engagement at the Gephardt Institute to learn more about opportunities to participate in civic life on campus and in the St. Louis community.  


Exploring Fellowships and Undergraduate Research Opportunities 

Thursday, October 5, 4 - 5 p.m.

Join academic advisor in the College of Arts & Sciences, Kit Smemo, Assistant Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research, Diana Jose-Edwards, and Assistant Dean Brooke Taylor to talk about pursuing undergraduate research and fellowship opportunities. 


Careers and Internships 

Thursday, October 19, 4 -5 p.m.

Join academic advisors in the College of Arts & Sciences, Kit Smemo, Emma Merrigan, and Assistant Director of Career Development, Ahmar Ursani from the Career Center to talk about pursuing career and internship opportunities.

REGISTER for Careers and Internships Workshop 

Learn about Study Abroad

Thursday, October 26, 4 -5 p.m.

Join academic advisor in the College of Arts & Sciences, Kit Smemo and Assistant Director of Overseas Programs for Arts & Sciences, Cassidy Thompson, to talk about opportunities to study abroad. 

REGISTER for Study Abroad Workshop