Eagle Scholar Volume 5 | Issue 5
Honors Study Night
The first Honors Study Night of the semester will be held on October 4 in Broun Hall basement (please note location change) from 6-8 pm. Fellow Honors students will be offering group tutoring for Honors General Chemistry,Honors Calculus I, Honors Physics, and Honors Organic Chemistry. This is a great opportunity to get first hand help from other students who have taken these Honors specific courses, as well as meet some new friends and study partners.
Graduate School & Professional School
October 11th | 3:30-4:30 p.m. | Haley 2312
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or this date:
October 5th | 10 am – 12:30 pm | Student Center
Honors Residence Hall Advising Nights
The Honors Advisors are coming to your house on October 18th and 20th. We will host an advising session in the Broun Hall Basement on the 18th from 7-9 pm and then we will be in Eagle Hall on the 20th from 4-6 pm. The advisors will be ready to answer your advising questions and develop your honors plan of study. No appointments are necessary. Hope to see you there!
Student Organization Update
Honors Congress Board Game Night: October 10 | 7 pm | Haley 1203
Honors Congress Pokemon Hunt: October 17 | 7 pm | Haley 1203
Sociology of Natural Resources and Environment (RSOC 5650/6650), is designed for graduate students and advanced undergraduates. It is on the list of accepted electives for minors in Natural Resources Economics and Environmental Policy Minor, Rural and Community Development, Civic Engagement, and Sustainability Studies. It is also possible to take the course under an Honors College contract. View Flyer.
Last modified: January 18, 2017