Eagle Scholar Newsletter Volume 6 | Issue 11
In this Issue …
Tons of events, new study and travel opportunities, celebrate black history month, and become an Honors Ambassador
Honors College alumnus and current Auburn University graduate student, James Smith will present “Discrete Cosine Transform Spectral Pooling Layers for Convolutional Neural Networks” during an Honors College Research Colloquium.
February 21 | Haley 2370 | 3 pm
Honors College Dining Etiquette Workshop
With many interviews now including a meal component, this workshop will instruct students on the basics of dining etiquette.
February 22 | Career Center Classroom (Mary Martin) | 4 pm
Honors College Film Series
This year the Honors College hosts both day and night films.
February 26| “Skinheads USA” | Eagle Hall Classroom | 8 pm
February 28| “Avalon” | Haley Center 2206 | 3 pm
March 8 | “In America” | Teague Classroom | 3 pm
A Cup at Cater
Our March Cup at Cater event happens Monday the 5th from 7:45 – 10 am. Stop by Cater Hall for a hot cup of coffee or tea, and some breakfast snacks.
Become an Honors Ambassador
Honors College Ambassador applications are now open. Embodying the best the Honors College has to offer, these Honors students are chosen to represent the college through numerous recruitment events, as well as to help prospective students with any questions they may have concerning the Honors College. Deadline to apply is March 19, 2018
Spaces still available for Alternative Spring Break to Greensboro
If you are interested in spending your spring break with the Honors College and Project Horseshoe Farm, yet missed the deadline – here is your second chance. Please contact Dr. Thomas by close of business day Friday, March 2.
New Study & Travel Opportunities for Fall 2018
Explore the colorful world of India or the fairytale landscapes of Germany. Scholarships are available for Honors College students who are interested in Study & Travel opportunities. To apply for these scholarships, students must have a current AUSOM application as well as a completed Honors College scholarship application (button below). Questions and inquiries for more information can be directed to Dr. Thomas.
Diversity in Honors Black History Month Documentary & Discussion
The Diversity in Honors organzation will screen the film, “Dark Girls,” as part of thier Black History Month celebration. Dark Girls is a fascinating and controversial documentary film that goes underneath the surface to explore the prejudices that dark-skinned women face throughout the world.
February 21 | Haley 2206 | 6 pm