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Counts as a core Social Science course specifically designed for Honors College students. From an interdisciplinary perspective, this course examines the intersections of technology & technology & culture in a variety of social, historical, professional, and global settings.11919HONR100713Honors Tech and Culture IMWF11:00 AM-11:50 AM22022HALEY 3187George M Plasketesplaskgm@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.11906HONR107711Honors Freshman ExplorationM01:00 PM-01:50 PM000HALEY 2226Jessica H Miltonjlh0022@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.11907HONR107721Honors Freshman ExplorationM02:00 PM-02:50 PM000HALEY 2226Cheyenne E Smithces0196@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only. This section is for College of Liberal Arts Students only. 13287HONR107741Honors Freshman Exploration- Liberal ArtsM11:00 AM-11:50 AM000HALEY 2224April V Fotivaughal@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.18212HONR107751Honors Freshman ExplorationR09:30 AM-10:20 AM000HALEY 2226Carrington R Clevengercrc0063@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.18227HONR107761Honors Freshman ExplorationR12:30 PM-01:20 PM000HALEY 3330Anna Eggers afe0011@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.14245HONR107771Honors Freshman ExplorationT09:30 AM-10:20 AM000TBAParker G Mixonpgm0008@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.11910HONR107781Honors Freshman ExplorationR11:00 AM-11:50 AM000HALEY 2224Yvette J Stoneymj0001@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.This section is for College of Engineering Students only. 18230HONR107791Honors Freshman Exploration-EngineeringW02:00 PM-02:50 PM000HALEY 2224Celeste L Waughclw0003@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.18228HONR1077101Honors Freshman ExplorationM10:00 AM-10:50 AM000HALEY 2226Jessica D Frumjdf0082@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.18232HONR1077111Honors Freshman ExplorationT03:30 PM-04:20 PM000HALEY 2226TBA- Honors Advisor
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only. This section is for College of Science and Mathmatics students only. 18231HONR1077131Honors Freshman Exploration-COSAMT02:00 PM-02:50 PM000HALEY 2226Katherine H Cooperkhc0009@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.11908HONR1077EA11Honors Freshman ExplorationW09:00 AM-09:50 AM000MILLR 226TBA- Honors Advisor
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.13878HONR1077EA21Honors Freshman ExplorationW02:00 PM-02:50 PM000LIBRY 4133Whitney R Comerwrc0024@auburn.edu
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.11909HONR1077EA31Honors Freshman ExplorationM03:00 PM-03:50 PM000MELL 3520Savannah L Woodallslw0083@auburn.edu
This course aims to provide a venue for Honors College students selected for the competitive CEO Fellows program to meet on a bi-weekly basis to discuss their progress through the program. We will engage in meaningful conversation about the issues and topics covered within the program—including soft skills, conflict management, team building, and authentic leadership—and reflect upon the assignments being completed. We will also engage any questions that arise during the course of the program and think creatively about how we can apply our leadership skills in service of ourselves, our communities, and our world. Students in the course will complete a leadership project as the final project.11905HONR108711Honors Lyceum: CEO FellowsT12:30 PM-01:20 PM10010HALEY 3307Tiffany A Sippialtat0004@auburn.edu
This course provides a continuation of work completed in HONR 1087: CEO Fellows. Student's must have completed CEO Fellows and have permission from Dr. Tiffany Sippial to enroll. 16050HONR108721Honors Lyceum: CEO Fellows LeadershipR12:30 PM-01:20 PM000HALEY 3307Tiffany A Sippialtat0004@auburn.edu
In this course students are expected to conduct 15 hours of service and do an in-class presentation on their service experience. This class will meet 4-6 times during the semester, but most of your weekly meeting times will be canceled, allowing for community service time. 13131HONR108731Honors Lyceum: Service LearningT10:00 AM-10:50 AM25025HALEY 2222Zachary Werninckzzw0084@auburn.edu
Course reserved for Week of Service Students13160HONR108741Honors Lyceum: Beyond Week of ServiceR10:00 AM-10:50 AM000HALEY 2222TBA
This lyceum introduces students to Economic Development from both a global and local perspective. While broadly exploring the process of improving the well-being of people, the primary focus will be on economics. The course will encourage students to be curious while keeping their heads, look outward, work wisely saving the best, use the human touch to change the world, and have fun through informal discussions.12839HONR108751Honors Lyceum: Economic Development: Local and Global PerspectivesR12:30 PM-01:45 PM30030HALEY 2124Joseph S Johnsonjsj0033@auburn.edu
This course will introduce visual design and will advance students’ digital creation skills. Students will be able to communicate in a variety of modalities through media production. Using Adobe Creative Cloud applications, which are available to students at no additional cost through Auburn’s Adobe Creative Campus initiative, students will represent a narrative in different modalities such as: an audio podcast using Adobe Audition, a print flyer, digital graphics, and web page using Adobe Creative Cloud Express, and a video using Adobe Premiere Rush. Narratives may include the history of the Honors College, Library Special Collections, or other instructor-approved topics. The digital literacy skills students will learn in this course and demonstrate via a web portfolio have broad applications across all fields of study, empowering students with creative communication skills that will be useful in any career.13318HONR108761Honors Lyceum: Digital StorytellingW10:00 AM-10:50 AM20020HALEY 3187Chelsy P Hoopercph0023@auburn.edu
This course is a fun and rewarding way to help Freshman Honors students AND give back to the Honors College. Peer Instructors are assigned to one of the Freshman Exploration sections. Interested in being a peer instructor? Applications will be open March 14th- April 7th and are found online at https://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bNlEge0Q51x6hsq  Questions can be sent to Savannah Woodall: slw0083@auburn.edu14023HONR108781Honors Lyceum: Peer InstructorTBA000TBASavannah L Woodallslw0083@auburn.edu
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. This course is for students interested specifically in COSAM research opprotunities. 14275HONR108791Honors Lyceum: Research at Auburn: COSAMM03:00 PM-03:50 PM30030HALEY 3218Meredith A Powellmaj0007@auburn.edu
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. 16254HONR1087101Honors Lyceum: Research at AuburnW11:00 AM-11:50 AM30030HALEY 2124Laura J Whatleyljw0017@auburn.edu
Through the course, students will survey key laws and legal concepts applicable to American higher education institutions. The course format will center on class discussions related to institutions’ relationships and responsibilities to students.16378HONR1087111Honors Lyceum: Survey of Higher Education LawT03:00 PM-03:50 PM20020MW SMITH 117 JuWan D Robinsonjdr0097@auburn.edu
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. 14360HONR1087141Honors Lyceum: Research at AuburnT09:30 AM-10:20 AM30030HALEY 2124Carrington R Clevengercrc0063@auburn.edu
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. 17464HONR1087151Honors Lyceum: Service LearningW10:00 AM-10:50 AM15015HALEY 3218Zachary Werninckzzw0084@auburn.edu
We often discuss the importance of “leadership” in different contexts. You might be asked to describe your leadership experience in an organization, or to recount a time when you led a team. In the corporate world, success or failure of a team or company is often attributed to how “good” or “bad” the leadership of the group is. But what makes a leader? Are leaders born or made? How do we define “good” and “bad” leadership? In this course, we will explore the foundations of leadership to provide you with the basic tools needed to start on your own leadership journey.14024HONR1087D021Honors Lyceum: Foundations of LeadershipT04:00 PM-04:50 PM10010TBASean M Bittnersmb0042@auburn.edu
We often discuss the importance of “leadership” in different contexts. You might be asked to describe your leadership experience in an organization, or to recount a time when you led a team. In the corporate world, success or failure of a team or company is often attributed to how “good” or “bad” the leadership of the group is. But what makes a leader? Are leaders born or made? How do we define “good” and “bad” leadership? In this course, we will explore the foundations of leadership to provide you with the basic tools needed to start on your own leadership journey.14940HONR1087D051Honors Lyceum: Foundations of LeadershipT05:00 PM-05:50 PM10010TBASean M Bittnersmb0042@auburn.edu
You've taken personality assessments, or at least heard of them, but what do they really do? How can you use them to your benefit? In this course students will take learning and personality assessments, explore the results, and discuss how to apply the finds to the real-world. Some of the assessments included in the course will be the Enneagram, type focus, true colors, etc. 13030HONR1087EA11Honors Lyceum: Learning YOU through AssessmentW10:00 AM-10:50 AM30030MILLR 226Suzanne P Huntersap0005@auburn.edu
This course is connected to the Honors Peer Mentorship Program. The program is a lifeline for incoming Honors College freshmen to help ease the transition into the Honors College and university life by grouping new students with experienced upperclassmen. New students have a contact from the first day they arrive on campus to help them navigate this new step in their lives. Mentors are paired with a small group of first year students with whom they interact throughout the summer and fall semester. Students must apply to be a mentor. 14359HONR1087EA21Honors Lyceum: Honors Peer MentorsT03:30 PM-04:45 PM000LIBRY 4133Whitney R Comerwrc0024@auburn.edu
This class is for Honors Student Organization executive members. The class will be focused on organizational management, leadership development, and serve as an opportunity to work collaboratively with all Honors College organizations.17181HONR1087EA31Honors Lyceum: Student Org LeadersT03:30 PM-04:30 PM000MELL 3520Savannah L Woodallslw0083@auburn.edu
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 18239HONR207711Honors ForumTBA43043TBAChristia M Steincms0191@auburn.edu
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 12706HONR207721Honors ForumTBA43043TBAKrista A Grantkag0052@auburn.edu
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 12707HONR207731Honors ForumTBA43075TBAKrista A Grantkag0052@auburn.edu
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 18237HONR207741Honors ForumTBA43043TBAKrista A Grantkag0052@auburn.edu
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 18238HONR207751Honors ForumTBA43043TBAAnna Eggers afe0011@auburn.edu
This is Day one: A Practical Guide to Leadership that Matters by Drew Dudley11915HONR208711Honors Book Club: This is Day OneR11:00 AM-11:50 AM15015TBAAlyssa Francis amf0122@auburn.edu
1. “The Lexus and the Olive Tree” by Thomas Friedman. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 2 edition (June 15, 2000). ISBN-13: 978-1250013743; ISBN-10: 1250013747; 2. “Progress: Ten Reasons to Look Forward to the Future” by Johan Norberg. Publisher: Oneworld Publications; (July 2017). ISBN-10: 1786070650 ISBN-13: 978-1786070654.13050HONR208731Honors Book Club: Plugging into the WorldT12:30 PM-01:45 PM15015HALEY 2468Joseph S Johnsonjsj0033@auburn.edu
Books are selected by the students 13292HONR208741Honors Book ClubM03:30 PM-04:20 PM12012Alumni CenterDavid E Housel and Suzanne Hunterhouseda@auburn.edu and sap0005@auburn.edu
The First 1,000 Days by Roger Thurow 14272HONR208771Honors Book Club: First 1,000 DaysT02:00 PM-02:50 PM15015HALEY 2468Roger G Thurowrgt0017@auburn.edu
John Steinbeck's East of Eden 14615HONR2087101Honors Book Club: Identity, Destiny and TimshelW04:00 PM-04:50 PM15015HALEY 2468Alex A Hughesaah0061@auburn.edu
Banaji, M. R., & Greenwald, A. G. (2013). Blindspot: Hidden biases of good people. Delacorte Press13293HONR2087D011Honors Book Club: Blindspot: Making the Unconscious, ConsciousR02:00 PM-03:15 PM15015TBAAdeola O Fayemiaof0006@auburn.edu
Banaji, M. R., & Greenwald, A. G. (2013). Blindspot: Hidden biases of good people. Delacorte Press14383HONR209713Honors Research MethodsMWF09:00 AM-09:50 AM15015Will meet in RBDAlicia L Krztonalk0043@auburn.edu
Additive manufacturing, or 3d printing, has been gaining popularity since it was first conceived nearly 50 years ago. Technology has progressed to the point where small and portable units are affordable to nearly any consumer. Through a combination of lecture, article discussion and a term project, this course aims to teach the history of 3d printing over the last 50 years with a focus on modern advancements, media perception, and use in popular culture.16104HONR300713Honors Seminar: 3D PrintingMWF09:00 AM-09:50 AM15015HALEY 3106Scott D Silvissds0047@auburn.edu
This course will prepare students to make more informed job/career decisions and strategies. They will participate in a comprehensive assessment to identify their “motivated” abilities. Using these insights, students will learn about “Goodness of Fit” and how to match their talents to the critical motivations required for both performance and satisfaction in their chosen job/career. Participants will be guided in developing long-term goals, short-term plans, job interviewing skills, mentorship relationships, and co-curricular learning opportunities.14466HONR300723Honors Seminar: Career Planning: Be the Best YouTR02:00 PM-03:15 PM15015HALEY 3150Joseph S Johnsonjsj0033@auburn.edu
Students are assigned one season of a television series to watch and analyze during the semester. This is supplemented with both scholarly and pop-culture readings on women in media.17034HONR300733Honors Seminar: Women in MediaTR09:30 AM-10:45 AM15015HARBT B011Whitney R Comerwrc0024@auburn.edu
Students will learn how creative principles are used to innovate in any business or discipline. This course will explore innovative individuals and businesses that have influenced their fields by the use of creative practice. The creative principles that drive innovation will be explored in depth and many examples of these creative principles will be explored.17177HONR300743Honors Seminar: The Business of Creativity and InnovationTR12:30 PM-01:45 PM15015HALEY 3150Christopher J Quallsquallcj@auburn.edu
From Bob Dylan to Bob Marley, songwriters and musicians have long understood the ability of music to make change in the world. Music is power: it can heal, motivate, inspire and elevate the human experience. This course will help us better understand how music is a driving force in the world.17590HONR300753Honors Seminar: The Power of Music (To Influence and Make Change)TR11:00 AM-12:15 PM15015HALEY 2222Jennifer D Bohlerjdb0172@auburn.edu
The goal of the seminar is to provide an opportunity for Honors College students to support their peers on their journey toward academic success. Academic coaches provide tutoring and mentoring to fellow Honors students in a variety of subject-specific courses. Students in the course are responsible for hosting weekly coaching sessions and should be prepared to help students in their given subjects by reviewing the course material, preparing additional study materials, and serving as a mentor for Honors students attending sessions. Apply to be a coach through the link by Friday, April 7: https://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9mlsUFcvNL9g8EBhttps://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9mlsUFcvNL9g8EB15935HONR300763Honors Seminar: Peer Academic CoachesTBA000TBAYvette J Stoneymj0001@auburn.edu
Since the human genome sequencing was first finished in 2003, our knowledge of genomics and genetic diseases caused by mutations in single or multiple genes have exploded. The future of human and veterinary medicine is individualized treatment. For example, for the same disease, cystic fibrosis, different patients need to be treated differently due to different mutations they harbor. The future of pharmacy practice is also going to be individualized, because the same drug can have different effects based on different genetic makeups of the patients, a branch of science called pharmacogenomics. This course will introduce honors students who are interested in pursuing a career in human or veterinary medicine or pharmacy to some examples of this rapidly expanding field. Methods used in obtaining the knowledge will also be introduced. With this course, the student is expected to have a thorough understanding of the historical and current status of the studies on genomics and personalized medicine.13445HONR3007EA13Honors Seminar: Genomics and Personalized HealthM02:00 PM-04:30 PM13013LIBRY 3033Ya-Xiong Taotaoyaxi@auburn.edu
Honors departmenal permission needed to register. For more infomration contact Whitney Comer wrc0024@auburn.edu. 18254HONR308723Honors College Study & Travel: IndiaTBA000TBALeRoy A Furrlaf0014@auburn.edu
The students will be trained to identify the lacuna / gap in the current research literature associated with an etiopathology of a neurological disease and the pertinent requirement for a new prophylactic or therapeutic drug therapy. Open to all majors. Research focus can be customized to interest and career goals. 14361HONR398713Honors Research Seminar: A novel introduction to Neuroscience" for the Future Health Care""T03:00 PM-05:00 PM20020HALEY 3224Muralikrishnan Dhanasekarandhanamu@auburn.edu
Documenting Black Community Stories in the American South helps students connect with the local town of Camp Hill, Alabama, to assist with the development of a series of outdoor exhibits to share the history of the infamous Camp Hill Massacre. The class will present their research at the 2023 Appalachian Regional Commission Research Symposium in Washington, DC, in collaboration with students at Alford State College in New York. Student conference travel will be covered by Auburn University. 15936HONR398723Honors Research Seminar: Black Community Stories in AlabamaTR09:30 AM-10:45 AM15015TBAKeith S Hebert and Elijah Gaddisheberks@auburn.edu and ejg0019@auburn.edu
In this course, we will share a broad foundation of health issues in children and adolescents with an emphasis on psychosocial and behavioral development. We aim to educate tomorrow’s leaders with a guided study of child and adolescent health and wellbeing. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with important areas in school or community environments including, but not limited to, nutritional health, physical activity, respiratory health, oral health, and mental health. We will pay close attention to social determinants of health with the significance of family and community impact on children and adolescents. Lastly, we will explore relationships between human behaviors and health, and examine the effects of interventions on health outcomes.15937HONR398733Honors Research Seminar: Health for Children and AdolescentsR02:00 PM-04:30 PM15015Will meet at the School of Nursing Linda M Gibson-Younggibsolm@auburn.edu
The George Eliot Archive digital project is seeking undergraduate research assistants for the 2021-22 academic year and beyond. The ideal candidates will be high-achieving, self-motivated juniors with an interest in at least one of the following: literary studies, digital humanities, non-profit organization promotion, scholarly publishing, open-source software, and the open access movement. Editorial Assistants (also classified as Undergraduate Research Assistants) will gain excellent experience managing and expanding content for three simple, related websites: the George Eliot Review Online, https://GeorgeEliotReview.org/, George Eliot Scholars, https://GeorgeEliotScholars.org, and the George Eliot Archive, http://GeorgeEliotArchive.org. No programming or digital project experience is necessary. 16452HONR398743Honors Research Seminar: Methods in Digital HumanitiesR03:30 PM-04:45 PM10010Will meet in RBDBeverley D Rilettbdr0032@auburn.edu

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