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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 below 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.  

2015-2016 Extracurricular Point Total - Please select the link to see your total points for this year.

 

Mass-Text-Service

The Honors Program now has a new mass text service. Text JOIN1 to 84483 to receive ALL messages from the Honors Program!

Don't worry we wont spam you. No more than 2 messages will be sent out a month beginning in August. Texts will inform members about monthly outings, high priority information or an event's cancellation.

 

PHABS & Think Tank: Change in Command

  • The Interim 2015-2016 PHABS Representatives are:
    • Lindsey Lake
    • PJ Valenzuela
    • Shawn Nogrady
    • David Spittler
  • This years Think Tank Officers are:
    • President: Tyler Anderson
    • VP: Vacant
    • Secretary: Vacant
    • Treasure: Vacant

For more information about Think Tank. Please visit the Think Tank website by clicking here: Think Tank

 

 

 

Past Events / Activities:

August

Saturday. August 15th - Honors Orientation

Tuesday - August 18th (Sandwiches) & Wednesday - August 19th (BBQ)

 

UPCOMING FALL 2015 Events

All events and activities are based on a first come, first served basis so please act quickly when these event tickets are posted. THEY WILL GO FAST! For early notifications sign-up for our message-to-text alerts. For more information see Jennifer Lutes in the Honors House.

September

Thurs. August 27th - BUSINESS BBQ (hosted by the College of Business)

All honor students are welcome to join.

Come meet fellow business students, the Dean, faculty & staff, and Honors students.

BBQ will be held behind the Honors House on the green between 11 am and 1 pm.

 BUS BBQ

IMAX movie at the Museum of Nature and Science: Journey to Space

Humans have punched through the stratosphere, walked on the moon, and lived continuously in orbit. Next stop … Mars! Journey to Space 3D explores how NASA’s impending era will be its greatest yet by showcasing plans for such audacious missions as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteroids. From behind the scenes at NASA to the suspense of operations way out in space, this sweeping film creates both a new appreciation for humankind’s amazing journey in space so far and inspires the next generation of young people to dream of reaching new horizons.

Watch the Trailer here: Journey to Space

Space

Blood Meridian and Ben Nichols - (Point worth:2)
September 8th, at 6pm (all ages)

Tickets are available HERE

(free tickets are avialable for MSU Denver Students)

Blood Meridian

NUPOC Program

September 9th, at 2:30 pm

Presentation on the NUPOC (Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate) Program for students.

What Will You Do?

If selected as an officer in the Navy’s nuclear field, you will have joined a world leader in applied sciences. The Navy excels in nuclear engineering and nuclear power-plant operation with the world’s most comprehensive technical training in nuclear energy and nuclear propulsion.

Requirements:

Age: At least 19 and less than 29 years of age at commissioning.

Waivers considered up to 31 for Surface and Submarine Warfare, Waivers considered up to 35 for Naval Reactors Engineer and Nuclear Power School Instructor

Citizenship: US Citizenship required

Education: Completed a minimum of one year each of calculus-based physics, and calculus. NR Engineer and NPS Instructor applicants must be majoring in a technical field such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, or engineering.

Gender: Male and Female.

 

October

“Epic Escape Game” 

The concept is simple: You and your team will be locked in a room where you have 60 minutes to find clues, solve puzzles and escape the room before your time is up. 

Toys in The Attic:

You just inherited your great aunt's old house.  Rummaging around in the attic, the door slams shut and you are locked in.  All you see is old toys. Then you remember your great aunt always saying "The robot holds the key".  Now it makes sense.  Find the robot, get the key and unlock the door.  Remember, toys can play too.

Toys in the Attic

 

November - Undetermined

 

December

Either Zoo Lights or Blossoms of Light (at the Botanic Gardens)

Xmas lights

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