Eagle Scholar Newsletter Volume 6 | Issue 10

 

Two Research Colloquiums: Michael and James

Two Honors College alumni, and current Auburn University Graduate students, will present their research during two seperate Honors College Research Colloquium this month. Michael Halvorson will present: “Open-Architecture Composite Structures and You” and James Smith will present: “Discrete Cosine Transform Spectral Pooling Layers forConvolutional Neural Networks.”

February 14 | Micheal Halvorson | Haley 2370

February 21 | James Smith | Haley 2370

Honors College Film Series

This year the Honors College will host both day and night films.

February 7 | “The Trans List” | Eagle Hall Classroom | 8 pm

February 13 | “Moscow on the Hudson” | Teague Hall Classroom | 3 pm

Interested in your own Research Colloquium?

Students interested in presenting their own research through the Honors College Research Colloquium can do so by contacting  Dr. Thomas. The Honors College Research Colloquium is excellent way for students to gain presentation experience. This method of presenting to one’s peers makes good practice for those who plan on preforming research in the future.

Alternative Spring Break to Greensboro 

If you are interested in spending your spring break with the Honors College and Project Horseshoe Farm, yet want to know more of what the break will consist of please contact Dr. Thomas.

Ready to sign-up? Do so through AUInvolve’s Alternative Spring Breaks (ASB)

Honors Serves Plans Meeting and Service Day

The Honors Serves student organization has planned their general meeting and well as an upcoming service day around the Jean Dean RIF organization. 

February 15 | General Meeting | AUSC 2227 | 7-8 pm

February 17 | Service Day | Jean Dean RIF | 10 am – 12 pm

Honors Congress Updates:

honors congress study abroad panel on feb 27 from 5-6 pm in Haley 2324

flyer for honors congress game night on march 3 from 5:30 to 8 pm

STEM Career Expo

Plan to attend the STEM Career Expo on February 13, from 3 PM – 7 PM to explore opportunities and network with more than 150 top companies in the industry! Employers will be offering internships and full–time jobs to students looking to go into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Business professional attire is encouraged and we advise students to be sure to have several copies of their resume on hand to give to company representatives. Some employers will also be looking for students to sign up for next day interviews. This is a great opportunity to network with a variety of employers looking to hire Auburn students!

 Download the Career Fair+ app by searching “Auburn Career Fair Plus” to have all of the latest event updates at their fingertips.

 FREE professional headshots will be available during the event for students to use on their Handshake or LinkedIn profiles and online portfolios.

 Visit https://aub.ie/STEMSpring18 for more information.

 

Last modified: February 6, 2018