Reserve Your Seats!
- Take a Valentine's Day trip with us to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sunday, Feb 14! See here to sign up.
- Grab a ticket to New Jersey Symphony Orchestra College Night on Saturday, Feb 27! See here to sign up.
Summer Research Opportunities Abound
Please see the comprehensive list of research opportunities below.
Do you have pictures of Honors events and students?
Please share them with us! Submit photos to email@example.com and include your name, the event, the event date, and names of people featured in the photo! Please note that your submissions may be featured on our Facebook page.
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Simply complete this form with the required details.
Don’t forget that SASHP Singles Notification day is on Monday, February 1, 2016. Singles Room Selection is on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, and Doubles Sign Up and Suites Sign Up begin on Friday, February 5 and ends on Sunday, February 7, 2016.
You must have a lottery number to participate in Sign Up and Selection. (See Calendar for details.)
Please read all of the information on the SAS Honors Housing Sign-Up for Continuing Students website and the RU Residence Life Lottery Website carefully and download the SASHP Housing Calendar.
Save the Date! The School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program invites you to our first annual Winter Formal dinner!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 20 at 6:30PM. The event will be held at the Atrium of the Life Sciences Building, Busch Campus. We hope that the entire SAS Honors Program community will come and join us for a formal dinner, followed by after-dinner fun!
Thursday, February 4 at 4:30 PM
SASHP Main Office, 35 College Avenue
Rhodes? Marshall? Fulbright? Gates Cambridge? Goldwater? Udall? Truman? You can win one of these!
We invite you to come celebrate Rutgers’ success in the competitions for the Churchill and Luce Scholarships as well as the Fulbright Grant, and hear from Dr. Arthur D. Casciato, Director of Rutgers’ Office of Distinguished Fellowships, about how students just like you were selected for these prestigious national awards.
The Office of Distinguished Fellowships assists in all stages of the application process for major national fellowships and postgraduate support, and is geared not only for students in their last year of college, but for all students—from first-years to seniors—who want to pursue their academic goals beyond Rutgers through a national fellowship.
We encourage you to take full advantage of the resources of this office and learn about these fellowships early in their college careers, so we hope you will join Dr. Casciato for this very special Tea with the Dean!
Seniors interested in the Fulbright are especially welcome. There's still time!
The School of Arts & Science Honors Program will be taking a lovely trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Valentine's Day!
Sign up here and deposit $ 5 to the SASHP Main Office (35 College Ave) by Friday, February 5 to reserve your seat. Please note: Seats are first come, first serve.
On this trip, we will be looking at Dutch paintings and art--from Rembrandt to Miro, Dutch paintings of the seventeenth century—the "Golden Age" of Rembrandt van Rijn, Frans Hals, and Johannes Vermeer— to the work of modern artists Miro influenced by the Dutch masters, all which have been eagerly collected in America over the past two centuries.
From its founding purchase in 1871 of Dutch landscapes, portraits, still lifes, and scenes of everyday life, the Metropolitan Museum now houses the finest and most comprehensive collection of Dutch pictures in the Western Hemisphere.
Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00PM
SASHP Main Office, 35 College Ave
Join our writer-in-residence Paul Blaney at a book reading for his recently published novel, Mister Spoonface, which investigates fatherhood in the age of "assisted reproduction." For more information on the book and details to order, see the website here!
Friday, February 12 at 8:30PM-11:30PM
SASHP Main Office, 35 College Ave
Join the SASHP Artists Collective at their coffeehouse next Friday! As a wonderful outlet for artistic expression and appreciation, the Coffeehouse offers students an opportunity to join in playing and listening to music, reading poetry, and sharing writings with fellow artists. All are welcome to share their works and talents!
If you have any questions, please contact Dean Julio Nazario at firstname.lastname@example.org! We hope to see you there!
Saturday, February 27 at 8:00PM
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ
We have tickets for New Jersey Symphony Orchestra College Night, and they're only $10!
Be transported: when it comes to summoning the spacious vistas of the American landscape, few pieces can rival Copland’s Appalachian Spring and Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony. A different landscape beckons in Silent Woods, inspired by the serene forests of Dvořák’s native Bohemia and performed by NJSO Associate Principal Cello Stephen Fang.
HereNow: Rutgers 250 celebrates the 250th anniversary of Rutgers University by looking to the future. The project includes three components: a digital gallery, a museum exhibition, and a book. All images in the three components are taken by and for the Rutgers community. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors (18 and older) to the campuses in New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark are invited to send photographs of their lives at Rutgers to this website.
Submissions to the project will be accepted online through July 3, 2016. A selection of 250 images will be included in the book to be published in November of 2016.
This project is one of the signature events of Rutgers 250.
Quick Bio on Jill Weiss
Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Activities: 2012 Class Student Government Representative, Academic Affairs Committe Chair, College Avenue Caucus Chair, Academic Honors Program Tutor, Tinsley Hall Representative
Update your resume, dust off your professional attire, and stop by the Spring Career & Internship Mega Fair on February 4th and 5th from 11 AM-4:30 PM in the Werblin Recreation Center on Busch. Here, you can learn about full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities from 300 employers open to all majors.
Interested in studying abroad next spring? Then start exploring your options now at this week's Study Abroad Fair!
Spring 2017 Study Abroad Fair
Wednesday, February 3rd 6-8PM
College Ave Student Center
Don’t miss your chance to learn about short-term summer study abroad options directly from faculty, program reps, and students. There will be food, music, and giveaways—including application fee waivers! Hosted by the Center for Global Education at the Rutgers’ Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers).
What To Expect When You’re NOT Expecting: Fertility and Health Insurance Wednesday, February 3 at 9PM - 10PM
Scott Hall, Room 206, College Ave Campus
Welcome back to another semester at Rutgers! Mark your calendars - the Rutgers Bioethics Society will be having its first general body meeting, "What To Expect When You’re NOT Expecting: Fertility and Health Insurance".
In celebration of our first meeting, free food and beverages will be provided!
With the presidential elections impending, there has been a lot of discussion about single payer health insurance. As health care costs continue to rise, presidential candidates from both parties have shown support for single payer insurance. If our health insurance were to switch to single payer, should fertility treatments and procedures be covered? Is fertility a human right that should be covered by insurance or should it be the responsibility of individuals to pay the costs? Come by on Wednesday night to munch on food while we talk about the ethical implications this change could have on fertility in America!
Wednesday, February 17 at 10:00AM
MPR, College Ave Student Center, College Ave Campus
Student Access and Educational Equity within Undergraduate Academic Affairs and the New Brunswick’s Chancellor’s Office are honored to host Kathleen Cushman to celebrate Rutgers’ 3rd Annual Access Week. This special event is a kick-off for the new RU-1st Initiatives.
She is the author or co-author of ten books, inlcuding Fires in the Mind (Jossey-Bass, 2010), First in the Family (Next Generation Press, 2005, 2006), Fires in the Bathroom: Advice for Teachers from High School Students (New Press, 2003), Schooling for the Real World with Adria Steinberg and Rob Riordan (Jossey-Bass, 2000) and The Real Boys Workbook, with William S. Pollack (Random House, 2001).
Cushman’s presentation will center on the research on key factors that influence first-generation college student success. She will be signing copies of her book, First in the Family: Your College Years for attendees after her presentation.
Tuesday, February 23 from 10AM - 2PM
CoRE Auditorium, Computing Research & Education Building, Busch Campus
The Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2) is excited to announce its 2016 OPEN HOUSE!
This year’s Open House will feature:
· An Introduction to the Institute and updates on our exciting international, national and Rutgers-wide initiatives
· An overview of our powerful new Higher Performance Computing (HPC) resources
· A poster session highlighting the collaborative research RDI2 personnel are conducting with their colleagues in academia and industry
· Success stories from RDI2’s HPC users
Be sure to join us at 9:30am for coffee and light refreshments and stick around through lunch to meet RDI2 researchers and staff, peruse the posters and network with other computational researchers here at Rutgers.
Those who stay until 2pm will receive a portable charger in exchange for completing a short survey.
Want to have your research featured in the poster session? Respond to our Call for Posters!
Dina's Dwellings Saturday, February 6 at 10AM - 2PM
First Reformed Church, 9 Bayard St, New Brunswick, NJ
Dina's Dwellings is a project by First Reformed Church where they have turned part of their sanctuary into affordable housing for women who are victims of domestic violence. They need our help setting up and cleaning the apartments so they can be ready to use! If you have extra cleaning supplies and materials (particularly rags and brooms) to spare, please bring them to this service day.
Rutgers Enactus General Interest Meeting Monday, February 1, 2016 at 9:45PM
Room 116, Tillett Hall, Livingston Campus
Are you looking to join a group of driven entrepreneurs who use their skills to sustainably benefit the local community?
Enactus is an international non-profit organization that brings together student, academic and business leaders committed to using entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and the standard of living for people in need. The student leaders of Enactus create and implement community empowerment projects, which directly affect our local New Brunswick community.
Join Rutgers Enactus at our first general interest meeting to learn more about our organization. We welcome ALL MAJORS to help empower the local community through entrepreneurial action.
CALL TO AUDITION: Rent Monday, February 1 & 2 at 7:00PM - 11:00PM
Cabaret Theatre, Douglass Campus
Jonathan Larson's Rent follows a year in the life of a group of young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side. The physical and emotional complications of HIV/AIDS pervade the lives of Roger, Mimi, Tom, and Angel. Maureen deals with her chronic infidelity through performance art; her partner, Joanne, wonders if their relationship is worth the trouble. Benny has sold out his Bohemian ideals in exchange for a hefty income and is on the outs with his former friends. Mark, an aspiring filmmaker, feels like an outsider to life in general. How these young bohemians negotiate their dreams, loves, and conflicts provides the narrative thread to this groundbreaking musical.
Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), The Premedical Honor Society Applications Due before Friday, February 19, 2016
AED functions both as an honor society and a service organization. The mission of the Society is to encourage and recognize excellence in premedical scholarship; to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical education; to promote communication between medical and premedical students and educators; to provide a forum for students with common interests; and to use its resources to benefit health organizations, charities and the community.
Eligible students must meet the following requirements:
- No less than three semesters (at least 36 credit hours) completed and officially acknowledged by Rutgers University (transfer students must have completed at least one semester at Rutgers);
- No less than twelve credit hours in the natural sciences including both ongoing and completed courses (transfer students must have completed at least 4 credit hours in natural sciences courses at Rutgers);
- Minimum overall GPA of 3.35 and minimum science GPA of 3.2 at Rutgers.
Applications must be returned to Loretta Stepka in the Health Professions Office before Friday, February 19, 2016.
Applications can be found at the bottom of the Health Professions Office's website: http://hpo.rutgers.edu/
Women Investing in and Guiding Students: A college-to-career mentoring program designed to link selected Rutgers undergraduate
female students with successful professional women from our corporate partners, including Accenture, Johnson & Johnson, PSEG, and Wells Fargo
Sponsored by: Institute for Women’s Leadership, Center for Women and Work
For more information, please see ruwings.rutgers.edu or contact Connie A. Ellis, Director of Corporate Programs at email@example.com,(848) 932-8457
During the mentoring relationship WINGS students will:
- Build a network of valuable professional connections
- Gain an understanding about workplace culture, organizational structure and work/life balance issues
- Have the opportunity to explore a field of interest through exposure to a well-established professional woman in that field
We are currently accepting applications for next year. Eligible students must be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. All majors welcome!
The Institute for Women's Leadership invites you to apply to the Leadership Scholars Program!
The Leadership Scholars Program is a selective two-year, 19-credit award-winning certificate program that prepares students to be informed, innovative, and socially responsible leaders. Participating students have the opportunity to be placed in career building internships of their choice and attend intimate seminars with key Rutgers faculty and international female leaders.
Our early application deadline is February 1, 2016 and early applicants are given interview priority. Our final application deadline is March 1, 2016. The Leadership Scholars Program is open to all students and we encourage applications from LGBTQ students, students of color, transfer students, students with disabilities, non-traditional students and veterans.
For more information or to apply please visit our website or contact Erica Reed, Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 848-932-8464.
Are you interested in Congress or want to learn more about what's happening in the country? Are you interested in education or public speaking? Do you want to make friends at Rutgers with a variety of different interests?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Rutgers Model Congress (RMC) might be a great fit for you!
These interest meetings are for anyone who is considering applying to be a member of staff for RMC 2016, and we ask that prospective staff members attend at least one of the following meeting dates:
Monday, February 1st 9:10-10:30PM, Hardenburgh A7
Wednesday, February 3rd 9:10-10:30PM, Location TBD
Passionate about activism for women's rights and community development? Then consider taking a trip to Ghana with the Rutgers Center for Global Education!
With Professor Walter Rucker (SAS, History), learn about history and culture of Ghana from an in-depth and multi-layered perspective; engage in meaningful work at the grassroots level in one of several internship placements with community organizations focused on women's leadership, HIV/AIDS advocacy, victims of domestic violence, and refugee work; and explore Accra through guided visits to historical and cultural sites around the capital and surrounding areas.
Check out that Summer College Intensive Program at New York Methodist Hospital!
The New York Methodist Hospital Department of Educational and Volunteer Resources is currently recruiting college students for our dynamic Summer College Intensive Program (SCIP)!
For eight to ten weeks, from mid-June through the end of August, SCIP offers a combination of 12 hours per week of direct service to patients, additional opportunities for service in ancillary programs, lectures by physicians and other health care professionals, a variety of shadowing experiences, and reading and writing assignments. Please visit the SCIP website for more details!
For more information or questions, contact the Department of Educational and Volunteer Resources at 718.780.5397 ext. 101.