Eagle Scholar Newsletter Volume 6 | Issue 3
Freshmen Induction Ceremony
This ceremony is the formal induction into the Honors College for Freshmen or first-year students, where they will receive their Honors College pin. Much like the medal bestowed at graduation, this pin signifies membership within the Honors College.
The Honors College medals and pins are not only emblems of membership, but they also serve as recognition of the achievements and the rich undergraduate experiences that students will receive here at Auburn University. Students should take pride in these items as they are a physical embodiment of their time and hard work.
During the ceremony attendees will hear from past and current students who will share their Honors College experiences and observations.
Our special guest for this year’s ceremony will be Auburn University President Dr. Steven Leath.
Detailed Information can be found on the Honors College Induction Ceremony page.
BIOL 1027 | October 1 | MELL 4510 | 6-8 PM
CHEM 2077 | October 2 | MELL 4510 | 6-8 PM
PHYS 1607 | October 3 | MELL 4510 | 7-9 PM
Students enrolled in BIOL 1027, CHEM 2077, and PHYS 1607 are encouraged to attend this study session to help prepare for the first test. An Honors College student who has successfully completed the course will lead the Study Session and be available to answer any questions.
Meet the Undergraduate Research Ambassadors (URA)!
The goal of our organization is to assist students in their search for undergraduate research experiences, connect principal investigators to interested students, and act as a representative body of undergraduate research at Auburn. If you are interested in undergraduate research, please contact one of the URAs for your college listed below. If you have additional questions, please contact Gabby Gilmer.
College of Education
Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
School of Forestry and Wildlife Science
College of Human Sciences
College of Liberal Arts
School of Nursing
Harrison School of Pharmacy
College of Science and Mathematics
Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
College of Architecture, Design, and Construction
NSFGRF Application Workshop Planned
If you are applying for a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, be sure to attend this event, hosted in partnership with the Miller Writing Center.
October 9: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Workshop | ePortfolio Studio (RBD) | 1 – 4 pm
Unleash Your Business Idea
Do you have an idea for a new business venture or product?
Unlock your potential and unleash your inner entrepreneur by competing for your share of $50,000 in funding in the 2018 Tiger Cage business pitch competition.
Presented by the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Tiger Cage is open to Auburn University students from all academic majors. To learn more about Tiger Cage, attend the kickoff meeting on Wednesday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Lowder 113-A.
The Tiger Cage entry deadline will be November 28 (additional details will be provided at the kickoff meeting).
Questions? Contact LaKami Baker.
Harbert College of Business Career Fair
Thursday, September 28 | 9 am – 12 pm | Auburn Arena
While it is titled a “business” event, there are opportunities for many majors available. Positions are available in technology, management, recruiting, sales, etc that are suitable for many majors across campus.
Professional dress is expected and bring plenty of resumes!
Last modified: September 26, 2017