The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires that students apply for OPT no more than 90 days before their projected start dates. In past years, this has typically been enough time for applications to be approved, but this year, processing times appear to be stretching towards four to five months.
Simmons is not a “mural building,” and “the planned cleaning and painting will help restore original finishes in the building," David Friedrich, senior associate dean of housing and residential services, wrote.
Committee to plan for new varsity weight room in the fall, gymnastics facility will stay as is in meantime
The committee will be formed by early August, charged by early September, and conclude their work by the end of the fall semester.
“We feel very strongly” about eliminating mutual selection as it is currently “operationalized” from here onwards, Nelson said.
The new space has four Athena computers. There are multiple tables, which can be moved around to make larger tables. Additional light fixtures have been installed.
The Solve Innovation Fund will raise over $30 million from tax-deductible gifts to make debt and equity investments in for-profit Solver teams. All returns will be reinvested into future Solver teams.
"The basic idea is that the language instruction program (Global Languages) would remain in place — along with lecturers, senior lecturers, and staff — but that GSL faculty would move to other SHASS academic units, where their research and expertise are at home," wrote Agustin Rayo PhD ’01, associate dean of SHASS.
The deadline to drop half-term subjects offered in second half of term is today.
The first-year credit limit will be modified, with a fall credit limit of 48 units and a spring credit limit of 60 units, as well as an additional 9 “discovery” units both semesters for discovery-focused subjects and related approved exceptions.
Chris Evans, the actor who plays Captain America in the film, retweeted an article about the hack on Monday morning with the caption, “Very cool!”
The degree provides two tracks, one for those who are interested in human and machine intelligence, and another for those who are interested in neural systems.
According to the proposal, the new major was formed to cater to students “interested in careers outside of traditional nuclear industry jobs, including nuclear medicine, clean energy technologies, fusion, quantum engineering, and modeling/simulation.”