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Honors Newsletter

Monday, September 18, 2017

Dear School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program Students,

Happy Monday! Or foggy Monday as the case may be. We’re now in our third week of the semester(though really, my heart is still lying out in the August sun) and the rubber has really started to hit the road both in terms of classes and extracurriculars. Still, there are some great events this week that you should definitely squeeze into your schedule.

Be sure to check out this week’s Tea with the Dean where we’ll be talking with the Eagleton Institute and also have fun at the two Artist’s Collectiveevents. Also, head over to  Study Abroad Week, your one stop shop to find out all the ways to study nearly anywhere in the world for a week, a month, or a whole semester. And if all you have are a few moments here and there waiting at a bus, be sure to read the Honors Blogs, particularly Tanya’s tips on staying organized and Aishwarya’s take on conspiracy theories.

Outside of that enjoy your week and if things seem rough, just take look at this.

Cordially,
Kim Peterman
Student Director of Honors Media

Honors Program Announcements

Spring Courses!!

Two all-time favorite Honors courses return for Spring 2018:

Fairy Tales Then and Now (3) 01:470:225:H1 Index #15203

Professor Martha Helfer

CLASS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

Marx, Nietzsche, Freud (3) 01:470:371:H1 Index #15225

Professor Nicholas Rennie

Check out the syllabi for the Spring 2017 versions of these two courses at this link.

 

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“Beginnings” First Year Exhibition

The School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program Artists’ Collective is accepting submissions from incoming first year students for our fall exhibition “Beginnings.” All first year students, regardless of school or program affiliation, are welcome to submit visual and/or written pieces. Please submit files to sashpartistscollective@gmail.com with your name, school, piece name, and piece measurements (if applicable). Visual pieces should be smaller than 16x20 inches, and written pieces should be shorter than 1500 words. Accepted works will be displayed at 35 College Ave, and there will be an opening reception on the afternoon of Friday, November 3 (date subject to change). We’re looking forward to reviewing your submissions and meeting you all!

Date: Friday, November 3, 2017

Contact: sashpartistscollective@gmail.com

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Honors Study Space

Need a quiet place to study on College Ave from 2-5PM on Tuesdays?

Try 35 College Ave!

Study hours are held from 2-5PM in the SASHP home base. Enjoy quiet, cookies, and coffee as you work. See you there!

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Honors Program Events

25Oct
Wednesday, October 25 | 8:00 PM
McCormick Movie Night: "Hidden Figures"
McCormick Lounge (Busch)

26Oct
Thursday, October 26 | 4:30 PM
Tea with the Dean
35 College Avenue

30Oct
Monday, October 30 | 11:30 AM
Brett Hall Advising & Food in "Slounge"


30Oct
Monday, October 30 | 12:00 PM
Drop-in Advising in Jameson H
Jameson H Lounge, Douglass Campus

30Oct
Monday, October 30 | 7:30 PM
SASHP Peer Mentor Escape Room
35 College Ave

31Oct
Tuesday, October 31 | 2:00 PM
Donuts with Dean Kim-Lee
McCormick Lounge (Busch)

31Oct
Tuesday, October 31 | 6:00 PM
SASHP Peer Mentor Escape Room
35 College Ave

01Nov
Wednesday, November 1 | 6:00 PM
SASHP Peer Mentor Escape Room
35 College Ave

03Nov
Friday, November 3 | 12:00 AM
"Beginnings" Student Art Exhibit Reception by Artists' Collective
35 College Avenue

03Nov
Friday, November 3 | 10:30 AM
Spring 2018 Honors Seminars & Global Experiences
35 College Avenue

Opportunities

Cardiovascular Research Summer '18 Internship Opportunity

Attention Students Passionate about Research!!! The Cardiovascular Research Center at the Icahn School of Medicine is seeking up to 2 motivated...

College to Congress (C2C)

A unique opportunity for Rutgers undergraduate students. This summer, College to Congress (C2C) is sending 20 students from across the country to...

The Geoscience Research at the Cordillera Salmanca (GREAT) Project in Costa Rica

This is a fully-funded 18-month research opportunity, sponsored by the Aresty Research Center with an international component: 5 weeks in Costa Rica...

Campus Events

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College Hall
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