Eagle Scholar February 9, 2016
Honors College Film Series
This semester’s film series will focus on exploring
the presidency from the race to the White House. Our first film is “Faith in the White House” and will be held February 10 at 3:30 in Haley 1203. View the flyer for more information, as well as future dates and films.
Honors College Research Colloquium
Sungil Kim will give his research colloquium on circuit design and optimization on February 16 in Haley 2182 beginning at 2 pm. Born in Daegu, South Korea, he and his family immigrated to the
United States in 2009. He graduated from the Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) High School in Montgomery, Alabama. As the first generation to attend college, he entered Auburn University, majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research interest is integrated circuit (IC) and systems design with an emphasis on low power or energy-efficient circuits and analog/RF IC design. For more information on his colloquium.
Land-grant Lecture Series
Senator William “Billy” Beasley will be our first speaker during the Honors College k(no)w poverty? Land-grant Lecture Series on February 19 in the Carolyn M. Draughn Presentation Room (RBD Library) beginning at noon. Sen. Beasley will speak on “Poverty and Politics in Alabama.”
Senator Beasley, from Clayton, Alabama represents Alabama District 28. An Auburn graduate (’62), Sen. Beasley is a democrat who runs a small business as a rural pharmacist.
- Next meeting: Thursday, February 18 – Screening of H.H. Holmes and Speaker, meeting begins at 8 pm in Haley 2206.
- Meeting: Monday, February 22 – Service & Philanthropy Project, meeting begins at 8 pm in Haley 2206.
Diversity in Honors
- Next meeting: Thursday, February 11 – Career Tips & a discussion on the “Auburn Look,” meeting begins at 6 pm in Student Center Room 3345.
- Next meeting: Wednesday, February 17 – General Meeting beginning at 7 pm in Langdon Hall.
Honors Study Night
The first Honors Study Night of the semester will be held on Tuesday February 23 at the Honors College offices from 7-9 pm. Fellow Honors students will be offering group tutoring for Honors Calculus II and Honors Physics II. There will be another Study Night for Honors General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biology sometime before spring break.
Study Abroad in Korea
Scholarships are available to study abroad in Korea this summer. The Harbert College of Business classes Principles of Accounting and Business Law will be offered. Think about taking these classes in Korea instead of in Lowder Hall! Please feel free to contact Dr. Kim Key for more information. Space is limited, and time is running out. Read more about this program in the brochure.
The Honors College and the Harbert College of Business have partnered to create a unique study abroad experience for business majors within the Honors College.
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