Student Life Happenings for the Week of Dec 5th – Dec 10th
SSE Public Lecture Series
Topic: Green Composites Based on Bacteria-Derived Polyesters
Speaker: Zain Zaidi, PhD student from University of New South Wales (Australia)
Where: Soorty lecture Hall
When: 6 – 7 pm, Monday, Dec. 5th
Reminder for Course Evaluations
Course evaluations for the Fall semester are open! Please complete your course evaluations by visiting http://tinyurl.com/heq9xm5 – Deadline is December 10, 2016!
Wellness Center and Career Services
As part of the Occupational Wellness sessions, the Wellness Center in collaboration with Career Services has organized a session, “Start thinking today! What is your passion? Which career path would you like to pursue in future?” Taking place in the Multipurpose Hall from 3-4 pm, (Monday, Dec. 5th)
Let’s Get Physical!
The Physics and Astronomy Club is hosting an event that intends to create awareness among the students of both the schools (SSE and AHSS) related to the importance of science and its benefits in all areas of life and assist to enhance students’ presentation skills. The main aim is to provide the students participating in the event with a challenging theory related to Physics or Astronomy, for which they will prepare a presentation under the supervision of any faculty member and then present it in front of the HU Community. The best presentation or explanation will then be privileged with an award by the final decision of jury. For further questions please contact SSE Junior, Syed Muhammad Raza Rizvi.
When: Friday, Dec. 9th
Time: 1-3 pm
Where: Tariq Rafi
Shoot some Hoops with Special Olympics!
Organization, Special Olympics Pakistan will be coming to Habib this Wednesday to introduce some of their star athletes and tell us more about their work. Special Olympics Pakistan has been actively working in engaging the intellectually disabled in the community and helping them develop team building skills via recreational and competitive sports. The brief information session will be followed by a friendly basketball match with mixed teams consisting of our students and their athletes. Those interested in volunteering are also encouraged to attend and find out more about the wonderful work done by them.
Where: Soorty Hall and Basketball Court
When: 3-4 p.m. Wednesday 7th December 2016
The Interdisciplinary Development Research and Action Center Lecture Series
Asia today, how many millions of people lack a decent home? How many find shelter beneath bridges and overpasses, beside the rails, or perched in trashwood shanties above the drainage canals? How many subsist without legal title in ubiquitous slums lacking even the simplest amenities? We do not know exactly. In some Asian cities, squatters and slum dwellers account for more than half the inhabitants. And the number is growing as newcomers arrive daily from the countryside, overtaking completely the efforts of government to either assist or contain them. To the better-off classes, these mushrooming cities of the poor are a blight and an impediment to new business parks, condominiums, and shopping malls. Eviction is the common solution.
Topic: Housing for the Urban Poor: Comparative Perspectives from Asia and Latin America
Speaker: Father Jorge Anzorena
When: Thursday, December 8th
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Soorty Lecture Hall
Mind = Blown Thought of the Week
Give yourself the best chance with these top ten study tips:
- Give yourself enough time to study. Don’t leave it until the last minute.
- Organize your study space.
- Use flow charts and diagrams.
- Practice on old exams.
- Explain your answers to others.
- Organize study groups with friends.
- Take regular breaks.
- Snack on ‘brain food’
- Plan your exam day.
- Drink plenty of water.
Don’t forget to tag @HabibUniversity and hashtag #HULive #HUStudentLife in your updates and pictures on social media!
* All Student Life events are open to all HU community.
Stay vibrant and study hard!
Sr. Manager of Student Life,
Student Affairs at Habib University
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou