Eagle Scholar Newsletter Volume 10 | Issue 1
The Honors College staff is excited to have students back on campus for our one-of-a-kind classes, fantastic student organizations, and amazing social events. Speaking of events the coming weeks are full of them – be sure to take this opportunity to join your classmates for these in-person events.
Auburn requires everyone to wear face coverings when inside university buildings. The policy applies to all students, faculty, staff and campus visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings do not have to be worn when alone in private offices, when eating inside campus dining facilities, in residence hall rooms with a roommate, in open-air athletics venues or when exercising in the Recreation and Wellness Center.
Honors Canvas Course
Welcome back! We are so thrilled to announce our Honors College Canvas Course, which will serve as a one-stop shop for all things Honors. On the canvas page, you be able to:
See a live Honors event calendar
Learn about scholarships available to you
Access a discussion board where you can ask questions and see unique opportunities
Find a suggested track to completing Honors within your major
Download forms needed for your advising session
Discover ways that you can get involved in Honors and more…
If you are not sure of your next step in Honors, the Canvas Page is a great place to start! War Eagle!
Contract approvals are due on the 15th class day, September 3rd. To start a contract, email your Honors advisor or email@example.com.
Honors College advisors will be offering in-person and virtual advising appointments this fall. Students will be able to select their preferred appointment type with their assigned advisor using Advise Assist. We will also welcome back walk-in appointments in Cater Hall. If you come to Cater Hall as an appointment or walk-in, please observe all posted and university set safety policies. For more information on how to make an appointment with an Honors College advisors, see our website.
Student Org Updates
Honors Serves will be hosting our fall general meeting on Monday, August 30th from 6:30-7:30 pm in Mell 3550. We will be introducing the new executive and leadership teams as well as discussing the service projects for the school year. Food and drinks will be provided. We just ask that you RSVP on AUinvolve by Friday the 27th if you will be attending so that we may get an accurate headcount.
Student Opportunities Across Campus
Undergraduate Research Assitants
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.
Successful applicants will receive HONR 3987 Honors Research Seminar course credit (3 credit hours) for 135 hours of work on the project, which works out to about 8 hours per week for the semester.Students with questions should contact Dr. Beverley Park Rilett, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Military REACH Internship
Military REACH is looking for an intern who is passionate, hardworking, flexible, and a critical thinker to improve the lives of military families through research.
Fall University Writing Programming
Click the button below to read descriptions, dates, and registration information for student, graduate student, faculty, and staff writing programs and services.
CLA Career Services
Click the button below to learn more about the College of Liberal Arts Career Service events this fall!
Last modified: August 12, 2021