A Place at the Table
(Today) January 24 | Langdon Hall | 3 pm
This documentary, starring Jeff Bridges and Tom Colicchio, addresses our country’s hunger crisis and food insecurity.
Inequality for All
February 6 | Lowder 113a | 6 pm
A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country’s widening economic gap.
Students interested in presenting their research in a colloquium setting can contact Ken Thomas for more information. Honors College colloquiums are excellent experience gaining opportunities for students in the Honors College to present to peers and make good practice for those participating in the This is Research: Student Symposium.
February 7 | 7:45 – 10 am | Cater Hall
Join the Honors College staff for a cup of coffee or tea during our second Cup at Cater event. Start your day off with a jolt of caffeine, your Honors College friends, and a few breakfast bites.
ASB with the Honors College
Where: Project Horseshoe Farm, Greensboro, AL
When: Saturday 11th March to Wednesday 15th March
Upperclassmen and transfer students will be given preference, a max of 15 Honors students
Funded by Honors College (transportation to and from Greensboro, Alabama on your own)
While in Greensboro, students will participate in community service with Project Horseshoe Farm inclusive of, but not limited to,: building repair, classroom/student activities lounge preparation, community garden work
If you are interested in this Honors College ASB or if you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ken Thomas.
ASB to Appalachia
Students will travel to Eagan, TN during Spring Break to learn about and assist with the work of the Clearfork Community Institute, a non-profit community development organization in the region known as Appalachia.The trip is limited to eight students and will be led by Rachel Naftel, M.A and Dr. Mark Wilson. There will be a cost of $400 to join this trip, which will cover transportation, lodging, food, and supplies during Spring Break.
February 8 | Haley 2206 | 3-4 pm
Find ways to gain experience and learn about the power of networking by joining the Honors College and the Career Center for this workshop. Together we will focus on professional presentation and the materials you should bring to the Career Fair and discuss the most important document that you should bring to the fair – your resume.
Contact Ken Thomas for more information about the workshop.
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Help the Honors College and the National Prestigious Scholarship program by volunteering this Tiger Giving Day – February 21, 2017.
Top producing volunteers will win a $50 Chick-fil-A gift card and all volunteers will be entered to win a $50 Haley Center Bookstore gift card. Food will be provided for breakfast and lunch shifts.Sign up
Thursday, January 26th | 5:30 PM | Haley Center Room 2312
Auburn Day Care Centers
Auburn Day Care Centers is a program that cares for children during after school hours as an extended day program. They have around 37-38 kids ranging from kindergarten to fourth grade. They are looking for volunteers to help kids that need more one-on-one assistance with homework.
Auburn Junior High Tutoring
Please contact Kylie Mimnaugh at if you are interested in helping with this effort.
Loachapoka ACT Tutoring
Auburn ACT Tutoring
January 30 | Haley Center 2370 | 7 pm | Join the Honors Congress for a night of karaoke!
February 6 | Haley Center 2370 | 7 pm | The congress will present a Study Abroad Panel
New Scholarship in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Program Available
We are excited to announce a new scholarship available to current and incoming undergraduate students pursuing degrees in STEM disciplines, such as biological, physical, mathematical, computer and information sciences, geosciences, and engineering. This year, Auburn University will award 20 scholarships for up to $10,000 each, renewable up to 4 years. These scholarships are available to students in the Colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, and Sciences and Math. Priority will be given to qualified students who demonstrate financial need according to federal guidelines (i.e., FAFSA report). The MAKERS S-STEM program is an exciting new opportunity supported by the National Science Foundation, and I encourage you to apply. The application deadline is February 15 (soon!). Eligibility requirements and the application form. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Dr. Alan Wilson, School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences.
(A note from Honors College student Kylie Mimnaugh)
This is the second semester for the volunteer tutoring program at the Auburn Junior High School (located on Samford Ave). We would love more volunteers willing to give their time on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30pm or even if you can only attend one of the days, that would be great. I am looking for volunteers that are passionate about tutoring in a variety of subjects and looking to give back to the Auburn community. After beginning the program last semester, we have formed relationships that have truly made a difference in the lives of many AU junior high school students. If you are interested in joining please email me. Thanks!”