This is just a reminder that TONIGHT at 6PM there will be our general Study Tables open at Engineering Hall 3609! Make those finals count!!
ALSO: WANT TO DESTRESS BEFORE FINALS WEEK??? Come to Engineering Hall lobby on Saturday, December 13th from 1:30-3PM to pet some puppies from Dogs on Call! They're always a blast.
... I also found some tips online to help distress before/during finals week. Some of these I made up myself, and I can honestly say I've tried some/all of them and they really do help!!
1. Make a study schedule!
Take the amount of hours/days you have to study. Break up that time appropriately between all your subjects (if one subject needs more time, then give it more and give another less), and write down exactly what you plan to accomplish during that time. For example, don’t just write down, “Study Anatomy.” It needs to be more specific. Instead, write something like, “Look up definitions of all the words on the study-guide for Anatomy.”
While making your schedule, you need to leave time for breaks! This is a MUST!!!!! Identify the time you work best at.
2. Take a nap.
15-30 minutes can help so much. Losing sleep can affect your overall performance and focus while studying, so take a snoozer.
3. Eat healthy (no junk food late at night!)
Yogurt, nuts, fruit, vegetables are great study snacks and easy to pack.
4. Take a bubble bath/shower.
Research studies show that the smell of lavender decreases stress.
5. Schedule some time to go out of your study area (take a walk, breathe a little and leave the library)
6. STAY HYDRATED.
I cannot emphasize this enough. Try to drink especially water.
7. Punch a pillow/have a stress ball.
I have a stress ball which actually helps me a lot, believe it or not.
8. Implement some type of exercise.
Yes I know we're engineers and ain't nobody got time for that, but exercise helps release endorphins.Endorphins are the body’s natural opiates, designed to relieve stress and enhance pleasure. Even a little walk or some quick jumping jacks can help you bring more focus when you get back to studying.
9.Eat dark chocolate!
According to a Nov. 13, 2009, webmd.com article by Jennifer Warner, this delicious treat can help reduce stress hormones, making you feel less anxious.
10. Take a social media break!
15 minutes max on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media website won't affect you too much, and sometimes you need a break for your brain.
That's it for now familia, good luck studying!
Come join us for Pre-College Initiative (PCI) to talk to high school kids about Mechancial Engineering and EMA! If you are in either department, you should definitely come to talk about your major. Your words/advice can go a long way and can influence a student to become an engineer. Talk to Daniel Gomez or Bryant Robles (email@example.com)
Join the SHPE in welcoming BP!
BP will come in to talk to us about their company. Come and ask lots of questions to get the best out of this company presentation!
Of course, there will be FREE food!
SHPE Study Tables!
When: Tuesdays from 6-10 PM
3609 Engineering Hall
Whew, it's been a crazy two weeks with midterms! I hope that everyone did well and good luck to those who are still taking them. Felt like you didn’t study enough for that Statics or Calculus midterm? Well, SHPE is proud to say that we are providing WEEKLY study tables! Come hang out with us at Engineering Hall and get your studying on. This environment has been made for you to study efficiently while getting help from upperclassmen who might have taken the very same classes you’re already in! This will also be a great opportunity to connect with other SHPE members, both your age and older/younger. Take advantage of these, you don’t want to miss out!
How To Get Involved in SHPE!
Want to help out with SHPE but just don’t know how? Ask our E-Board! There are plenty of things we need help with such as Outreach, planning for Regional Leadership Development Conference (RLDC), managing our website, and more! Email Ramon at firstname.lastname@example.org or Crystal at email@example.com.
NEXT GENERAL BODY MEETINGS - Put these on your calendar!!
When: Thursday, October 30 and Thursday, November 13 (both at 6:00 PM)
Where: Tong Auditorium
Who: British Petroleum (October 30), UOP: A Honeywell Company (November 13)
Come join us as welcome both BP and UOP these next two months at our general body meetings! They will be talking about their company; ask as many questions as possible! OH AND OF COURSE THERE WILL BE FREE FOOD! Here’s a little insight to each company:
British Petroleum (BP)
Majors: Electrical, Chemical, Industrial, Nuclear, Computer
BP's businesses are organized to deliver the energy products and services people around the world need right now. Our Upstream segment is responsible for our activities in oil and natural gas exploration, field development and production. Our Downstream segment is the product and service-led arm of BP, focused on fuels, lubricants and petrochemicals.
UOP: A Honeywell Company
Majors: Electrical, Computer, Chemical, Industrial, Nuclear
UOP LLC, formerly known as Universal Oil Products, is a multi-national company developing and delivering technology to the petroleum refining, gas processing, petrochemical production, and major manufacturing industries. Innovation thrives through our award-winning staff of scientists and engineers. UOP has nearly 3,000 active patents worldwide, and has generated thousands more historically, leading to important advances in process technology, profitability consultation, and equipment design.
Please come and invite friends!
PCI Upcoming Meetings
When: October 18th (ChemE and NucE), November 1st (Geological and Electrical): 1-3PM
Where: 3609 Engineering Hall
Come join us for Pre-College Initiative (PCI) to talk to high school kids about Engineering. If you are one of the following types of engineers for that specific date, you should definitely come to talk about your major. Your words/advice can go a long way and can influence a student to become an engineer. Talk to Daniel Gomez or Bryant Robles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SHPE National Conference
When: Nov. 5 - Nov. 9
Where: COBO Center Detroit, MI
If you are interested in going to Nationals for SHPE this year, email Ramon email@example.com explaining the following:
•Why you want to go
•How the conference will help you grow as a leader and enhance your character
•Other information you deem pertinent
IMPORTANT: THIS MUST BE DONE BY MONDAY, OCTOBER 13.
We highly encourage Freshman and Sophomores especially to attend!
PCI Meeting - October 4th
Location: Engineering 3609
Come join us for Pre-College Initiative (PCI) to talk to high school kids about Engineering. If you are a BME or BSE, you should definitely come to talk about your major. Your words/advice can go a long way and can influence a student to become an engineer. Talk to Daniel Gomez or Bryant Robles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Noche de Ritmo, October 3rd: 8:30PM-12:45AM
Location: Varsity Hall, Union South
Just dying to get your dance on?? Well now you can! Partnered with Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc., come enjoy a night filled with Hispanic music including salsa, bachata, and more!
8:30-9:30PM, dance lessons by David Severseike
10PM-12:45AM, open dance floor with DJ
You definitely don't want to miss out on this event!!
Screening of Cesar Chavez, October 4th: 2PM (doors open at 1:30PM)
Location: Marquee, Union South
A Mexican American, Chavez became the best known Latino American civil rights activist. Directed by Diego Luna, this film documents his efforts beginning in the 1960s to organize 50,000 farm workers in California, many of whom were braceros—temporary workers from Mexico permitted to live and work in the United States in agriculture, and required to return to Mexico if they stopped working.
Come watch the screening of this powerful film and later have a discussion about Cesar Chavez’s impact upon the Hispanic American population, as well as issues that he encountered such as racism, the struggle for higher wages for laborers, and opposition from large industrial farms.
Please refer to our newer website on the Wisconsin Involvement Page.
WIN-Wisconsin Involvement Network ▾
What: Monthly PCI meeting with Madison East SHPE Jr./NSBE Jr.
When: 11am, Saturday, October 22nd
Where: 3121 Mechanical Engineering
This is a opportunity to interact with our Madison East SHPE Jr. members and help with outreach programming. It's a great way to spend a couple hours on a Saturday morning by helping students who are in the same position we were only a few years ago.
See you there
Date: Tuesday, September 13
Where: 1227 Engineering Hall
Come learn about the benefits of SHPE, meet our members, and hear about our upcoming events this semester. I look forward to seeing you all at the meeting!
Becoming a member entitles you to:
• Leadership training and career and professional development
• Networking opportunities at conferences and seminars
• Information on employment and professional advancement
• Resume referral service and job posting service
• Resume available to all SHPE event corporate sponsors
• Access to Internships and Scholarships
• Complimentary subscription to the SHPE Magazine
• Complimentary subscription to Hispanic Business Magazine
We will be making many changes this summer and the upcoming fall semester. Congratulations to the new executive board.
President- Mehmet Badur
Vice President Internal- David Severseike
Vice President External- Tony Garcia
Secretary- Klinsmann Guitierrez
Treasurer - Robin Kraidich
Outreach Coordinator - Hope Marshall
Student Activity Advisor - Benedetta Cannestra
The 2011-2012 SHPE academic year is going to be great. Stay tuned!
Our first event is September 8th, 2010 in the Cheney Room, Engineering Hall. Come out to meet our members.
Another event is September 9th, 2010 in 1045 ECB. Come join SHPE current members and GE with important information to prepare for the career fair.
See you there next week!
Hey SHPE Members,
We are working to fill in our site with all of the necessary elements and information to make it both a functional and more comprehensive site.
An email will be coming out soon to our E-Board with tasks on website production so we can make all the improvements in time for NILA and Mexican Fiesta.
Hasta pronto familia,
Academic Excellence Coordinator
This is the first post on this web-site in development. The vision for this website is to provide a space for information, interaction and engagement of UW Madison students and our SHPE chapter. We hope to incorporate many useful elements into this site and use it as an effective means of communicating with our members as well as other SHPE chapters around the country.