De-stress during finals at North Tower's event! Have some food and refreshments and just chill.
Date: Thursday, December 15 | 10:30 AM Location: 8th Flour Lounge, North Tower, Livi Campus Contact: email@example.com
Artists Collective Coffeehouse: Thursday, December 15
Come and share your poems, music, and stories!
Date: Thursday, December 15 | 8 - 11 PM Location: SASHP Main Office, 35 College Ave Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
New SASHP Honors Seminar: Historical Archaeology of Slavery
Need another course to add? Looking for something interesting? Try this course!
Historical Archaeology of Slavery 01:090:295:06 Index# 16281 Professor Carmel Schrire, SAS - Anthropology TTh 3:55-5:15P Biological Sciences Building, Room 206 Douglass Campus
Will count towards SAS - Anthropology major and minor.
Historical Archaeology of Slavery covers the period of European contact, world-wide, from 900-1850 AD when European nations expanded their maritime empires to the New World, Africa and Asia. It encompasses the Age of Mercantile Capitalism, where plantations were established in overseas colonies and where the trans-Atlantic slave trade evolved to provide a massive labor force. The demographic consequences of these processes included relocation of millions of African and Asian people, the decimation of indigenous societies, and the disappearance of medieval lifeways as the rise of capitalism bred the cities and slums of the modern world.
It is never too early to start thinking about your plans for Housing for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Residence Life Assignments Office anticipates that the demand for on-campus Housing will be high again next year.
To live in SAS Honors Housing, you will need to apply for a lottery number. The lottery number application process will begin on January 16, 2017. The Residence Life Assignments Office and SAS Honors Program will not accept late requests.
The SASHP and the Residence Life Assignments Office anticipate that we will have a few vacancies in SASHP housing for the Spring 2017 semester.
If you are interested in moving to SASHP Housing for Spring 2017, please complete the online Room Change Request form or the Spring Housing Application. (Links are listed below.) Please be sure to indicate your preferred building(s) on the form.
Want to be a SASHP Blogger? Applications are open!
Enjoy blogging? Want to tell the SASHP students about your experiences and advice? The Honors Program is looking for additional students to join our Blog team! We invite you to apply to share in our goals of keeping SAS Honors students updated and involved in the many events and opportunities that the University and world have to offer!
Four students who take the survey will be randomly selected to win a $100 RU Express Card!
RUSA's "What's On Your Mind" Survey!
As the student government at Rutgers, we aim to address student concerns. Every two years, we conduct the, "What's on your Mind," survey to figure out student priorities and concerns to make sure RUSA is doing the job that students want it to.
Please take 5 minutes out of your day to fill out this survey! The first 4000 people who fill it out get a food voucher for Gerlanda's!
Do you love reading fiction? Enroll in this one-credit Pass/No Credit course (01:090:224:H2) and join fellow students reading three great short novels under the guidance of SAS Honors Program Writer-in-Residence, Paul Blaney. For SAS Honors Program students, this course fulfills the second Honors Colloquium requirement.
This course meets Thursdays from 6:10 - 7:30 PM at 35 College Ave. First meeting, Thursday, January 26. Class will also meet on 2/16, 3/9, 4/6, and 4/27, for a total of five times over the course of the semester. Discussions online through Sakai.
United Nations Association's (UNA-USA) 2017 Members' Day
The United Nations Association's (UNA-USA) 2017 Members' Day will be held Friday, February 17, 2017 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Region, this conference will bring together UNA-USA and GenUN members from across the nation for a day of dynamic discussions on the theme 'The U.S. and the UN: New Leaders, Pressing Challenges.' This is an unparalleled opportunity to hear firsthand from global experts and high-ranking UN and U.S. Government officials at the very home of the UN. Online registration opened on December 1, 2016 and is ongoing.
The event is open to members of the United Nations Association and its collegiate arm, GenUN. If you are not already a member, please join (membership is free for college/university students) as soon as possible (preferably upon receipt of this message) by following this link: http://genun.unausa.org/join (please select Rutgers University as your campus chapter). Once you have joined GenUN, you will be able to register for Members' Day.
Once you have registered, please forward your registration confirmation to Dean Bouchenafa at email@example.com. I will reply with your next steps.
Closed out of the seminar you want? Sign up for the Spring 2017 Honors Seminar Waiting List!!
We will try our best to accommodate your request. You will be notified if you are approved before the spring semester begins.
Advising Tip of the Week
Looking for new and quiet places to study? Here are some of our SAS Honors Program Peer Mentors' favorite spots:
My favorite place to study this semester is the second floor of Kilmer Library on Livingston Campus. The quiet floor is full of individual cubicles that are perfect for concentrating on difficult concepts and mastering problems.
The Sage Library on College Ave is a beautiful place to study.
Besides the libraries, there are tiny libraries on campus. SERC Library and Hill Center Library are two options.
My favorite place to study is the room with the white board walls in the Livingston Student Center! It helped a lot for classes like physics that were difficult, because I could draw everything out and it made studying more tolerable.
I spend some time for online homework and printing in SERC study room and Allison Road Classroom (ARC) Computing center on Busch and the Math and Science Learning Center (MSLR) on Busch.
Some others are the Alcove in Records Hall; the Coffee Shop on the 1st floor of Livi Towers; the 2nd floor of Kilmer Library on Livi; the study lounges in McCormick; the Art Library on College Ave; Alexander Library on College Ave; the Douglass Campus Library.
Eagleton Institute Alumni Panel: Careers in Politics
Find out about different careers in politics!
Details and RSVP here. *Open to current Rutgers students and Eagleton alumni only.
It's that time of year again! Rutgers University Choir is pleased to present their annual Fall concert, the first of many under the direction of Reid Masters on December 14 at 7:30pm. This concert boasts an outstanding repertoire with pieces by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Morten Lauridsen, and more well-known living composers! Come out and enjoy a beautiful performance to celebrate the end of the semester!
Tickets purchasable through the Mason Gross Ticket Office: Students: $5 | Adults: $15 | Seniors and Alumni: $10 Student rush tickets with Rutgers ID 30 minutes before the show!
NO LOST GENERATION at Rutgers University, and the Honors College Diversity Peer Education Program invites you to a screening of He Named Me Malala. The screening, from the director of Waiting for Superman and Academy Award Winner An Inconvenient Truth, will be followed by a discuss
ion of our role as student advocates for education worldwide.
Date: Wednesday, December 14 | 8:30 PM Location: The South Lounge at the Honors College, CAC Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebration of Caliburn, Rutgers' New Supercomputer!
Rutgers new supercomputer "Caliburn" is the most powerful computing system in the region. It is currently ranked #2 among Big Ten universities and #8 among U.S. academic institutions. In addition, the system features an architecture designed by internationally recognized experts at Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2) that is unique in the world.
This event celebrates the acquisition of Caliburn and the benefits it will generate for current and future users. You are invited to join the celebration and hear from government and Rutgers leaders, as well as Caliburn users, who will discuss the value this unique system can provide to research, education, industry and the state.
Special Guest Speaker - Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, JD
Date: Thursday December 15, 2016 | 9:30 - 11:00 AM Location: Busch Campus: CoRE Building, 100 Brett Road, Piscataway, NJ Contact: Mina Garas email@example.com
Zimmerli Art Museum's Study After Hours - Fall 2016!
Rutgers students are invited to Study After Hours, when the Zimmerli remains open for 24 hours straight - beginning at 10 AM on Thursday, December 15 - for exam preparation. In addition to quiet gallery spaces with free WiFi and electrical outlets, the museum offers complimentary snacks, beverages, and study break activities. Rutgers ID required for entry after 4:30 PM. Free.
Appy to Institute for Women's Leadership (IWL) Programs!
Consider applying to one of the Institute for Women’s Leadership’s (IWL) outstanding leadership programs that are now recruiting for Fall 2017! The IWL is an nine-member consortium at Rutgers dedicated to examining issues of leadership and advancing women's leadership and involvement in decision making in all arenas. Please see below for further information about the Leadership Scholars Program, the WINGS program, and the CLASP internship program. Information and applications for all programs are available at http://iwl.rutgers.edu. WINGS is an 8 month college-to-career women’s mentoring program that matches female undergraduate students with senior level professional women. Students are engaged in professional development workshops, networking opportunities, and 1-on-1 mentoring to help launch their career. Current 1st-year, 2nd-year, and 3rd-year students of all majors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher are encouraged to apply for the 2017 - 2018 program. Companies participating in the 2017 - 2018 program include Accenture, AVON, Covance, Johnson & Johnson, PSEG, and Wells Fargo. Our deadline is March 15, 2017. For more information visit our website or contact Ludine Daux, Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 848-932-8457.