Eagle Scholar Newsletter Volume 6 | Issue 9

 

In this Issue … 

Honors College Film Series, Alternative Spring Break, Undergraduate Research and much more.

Honors College Film Series

This year the Honors College will host both day and night films featuring the American Immigrant Experience during the day and highlighting a myriad of contemporary issues during the evening.

January 29 | “I Remember Mama” | Haley 1435 | 3 pm

January 31 | “Meth Storm” | Eagle Hall Classroom | 8 pm


Alternative Spring Break 

Spend your spring break with the Honors College and Project Horseshoe Farm in Greensboro Alabama. While there, students will work with PHF fellows to plan and execute day programs for elderly community members and youth.
Sign up through AUInvolve’s Alternative Spring Breaks (ASB) or find more information via our flyer. 


hot topics and hot chocolate graphic for diversity in honors Tuesday jan 30 at 6 pm


graphic for Taco Mama benefit night on jan 24 from. 5-9


Undergraduate Research

The abstract submission window for the 2018 “This is Research: Student Symposium” will be open from Jan 11 – Feb 1 (11:59 pm CST). This is Research: Student Symposium provides a venue for graduate and undergraduate students from Auburn University and Auburn University at Montgomery to present research and creative projects to the broader academic community. Students from all disciplines are invited to present their current and recent academic work, showcasing the diversity of topics, approaches, and interests at Auburn University and reflecting its spirit of excellence. Find details on abstract submission, awards, and registration. 

Applications for undergraduate research fellowships with Auburn faculty are now being accepted. Students may apply for year-long, summer, and one or two semester-long fellowships. Eligible students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better, and have time to complete the fellowship before graduation. The application deadline is February 6, 2018. Find detailed application information, stipends, and forms. Questions may be directed to Dr. Lorraine Wolf, Director of Undergraduate Research.

Contract Course: Sustainability in Action: New Zealand and Fiji

Explore Nature-based and cultural tourism in New Zealand and Fiji this summer. This course is avialable for contract through the Honors College or be used toward a number of minors; Global studies (9cr), Nature Based Recreation (6cr), Sustainability (3cr).

View the flyer for more information.

Last modified: January 23, 2018