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Extracurricular Events

 

All Honors students are required to accumulate 15 extracurricular points each year. Below is a list of suggested events and activities. Note: If you are participating in community or volunteer activities please contact Jennifer Lutes, for an evaluation of your event and amount of points awarded. Please see the Extracurricular Point Menu (122 KB) for a description of types of events that can be awarded points. If you know of events or activities and do not see them below, please contact Jennifer so the events can be advertised to fellow Honors students.  

 

Fall 2014 Events

Announcements

  • November
    • End of Year Celebration: Thursday November 19 from 5:30-7:30 in Tivoli 640 Zenith Room. We are having a end of semester dinner celebration! And we will be giving away $4,500 in book awards to the top GPA's.
    • Conversation with a Professor: Thursday, November 20 at 4:00 in the Honors House. Dr. Brandon Matthews in the Music department will be hosting a conversation on "A Most Masonic Opera: Mozart's The Magic Flute". Light snacks and drinks will be provided. 2 extracurricular points for attending.
    • The Magic Flute: Friday November, 21 and Saturday November, 22 at 7:30 pm. In the King Center Concert Hall. The concert is FREE to all students! 2 extracurricular points when a brief discription is submitted.
    • Watch and discuss Interstellarwith Physics Professor Grant Denn.: This Saturday, November 22, at 11:15 am. At Belmar Movie Theater. Tickets will be FREE for all current Honors students. We will also be having a discussion after the movie with Dr. Grant Deen from the Physics department.  2 extracurricular points will be granted for attendance
  • Decmeber
    • Chamber Music Ensembles, Tickets $5 a person. Monday, December 1 7:30-9:30 pm. 2 extracurricular points will be granted when brief discription is submitted.
    •  THESIS DEFENSE: Micaela Haluko- IDP Major (College of LAS) will defend her Thesis "Culture and Design: Theory and Criticism as the Synergist for Impactive Practice" On Friday, December 5, from 10:00-11:00 am in WC-154. 2 extracurricular points will be granted for attendance.
    • THESIS DEFENSE: Andrea Wucherpfenning- IDP Major (College of LAS), Sociology Minor will be defending her Thesis "Effects of Language on Anti-Transgender Attitudes" On Friday, December 5, from 12:30-1:30 pm in WC-154. 2 extracurricular points will be granted for attendance.
    • THESIS DEFENSE: Cristal Hernandez-Cruz- IDP Major (College of BUS), Spanish Minor will be defending her Thesis "Individualized Degree Programs at US Universities: A valid and valued educational option for students with unique skills, knowledge, and accomplishments" On Friday, December 12, from 12:30-1:30 pm in WC-154. 2 extracurricular points will be granted for attendance.
    • THESIS DEFENSE: Jordan Andersen- Anthropology Major, Environmental Science Minor will be defending her Thesis "Chronic Pain in Pediatric Patients: An Anthropological Approach" On Friday, December 12, from 2:00-3:00 pm in WC-154. 2 extracurricular points will be granted for attendance.
  • March
    • Come to SEUSSICAL which is a fantastical, magical, musical that brings to life all our favorite Dr. Seuss characters. Saturday & Sunday, March 6-7 7:30-9:30 pm

  • This years Think Tank Officers are:
  • The 2014-2015 PHABS Representatives are:
    • Tyler Anderson
    • Naomi Bolts
    • Jennifer Mueller
    • David Spittler
    • Morgan Stimpson
    • Micha Richie
  • 2014-2015 Extracurricular Point total: Please select the link to see your total points for this year.