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Honors Program Events

Looking for a way to earn Honors credits that's quick, fun, and stress-free? You're in luck! The Honors Program and Student Honors Council put on several social events throughout the year designed to help students participate in the overall Honors community, relax from day-to-day stress, hang out with friends, and advance towards their goal of completing the Honors Program.

Many Honors Program events are also open to the general student population. Interested in the Honors Program, but not sure if it's right for you? Feel free to come by one of our events! You'll get a chance to meet the community and learn more about what our students are like over a board game or a cup of coffee. We hope to see you there!


   Upcoming Honors Events
DateTimeEvent
Ongoing- Signs of Life
Wednesday, February 24th5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Scholarship Workshop
Friday, February 26th7:00 p.m. Open Mic Night
Friday, February 26th7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. D-phi event: Moolaade
Friday, March 5th1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Scholarship Workshop
Friday, March 26th7:00 p.m. Open Mic Night
Friday, April 30th7:00 p.m. Open Mic Night

For a full list of Honors-eligible events for the Spring 2021 semester, stay tuned!

Study Abroad in Spain
 

June 8 - July 11 2021

Deadline to Submit Your Deposit: Friday, November 20th 2020

 

SPA 390X: Place, Space, and the Creation of Identity: Understanding Self and Europe through the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage.

This 6-credit, multi-disciplinary course taught in English will explore the history, art, architecture, food, and culture around the Camino de Santiago, the most foundational pilgrimage experience in Europe. Participants will orient in Madrid and then spend three weeks in class in the historic city of Granada, Spain followed by two weeks walking the pilgrimage route.

* Open to ALL majors--no prior Spanish language necessary!

Cost: approximately $5,800 plus airfare and includes: ·

  • Onsite Orientation.
  • Housing and meals—stay with a Spanish family!
  • 6 MSU Denver Credits - credits can apply to multiple majors/minors or electives. 3 Language Institute (Granada) credits—includes classes in Spanish for Business, Medical, and Tourism!
  • Excursions, field trips, and cultural events.
  • Insurance and 24/7 onsite support.

YOU CAN USE FINANCIAL AID TO PAY FOR THIS PROGRAM!

For more information contact Dr. Lunden MacDonald, Professor of Spanish, Modern Languages Department: mannl@msudenver.edu (email)

Signs of Life
 

Ongoing

Calling for "Signs of Life" submissions



If you are willing to share photos with us, the Honors Program invites you to please submit some of your photos. You can DM or tag our Instagram (@msudenverhonors) with your photos to be featured on our story. Every week we will highlight your wonderful submissions/tags on the landing page of our website as well. You can submit selfies, pet pictures, and throwbacks, among other things. Please send us “Signs of Life” from your corner of the world! 

Open Mic Night
 

Last Friday of every month

7:00 p.m.

 

Do you have a creative performance you'd like to put on? Maybe it's a poetry reading, maybe you play the guitar, or maybe you have some sweet dance moves you've been dying to show off? Then Open Mic Night is for you! Come join us on Microsoft Teams as we strut our stuff and share our stories!


 

Open Mic Night is held the last Friday of every month. If you have something you'd like to share, please try to limit it to ten minutes or less to allow for everyone to have a chance to share. Check the Honors Program Microsoft Teams page for a link!

  

D-phi Events


The Honors Program is proud to partner with the Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry. Attending D-phi events is a great way to broaden your horizons and expand your knowledge, while also accruing Honors Credits. Click here to learn more about upcoming D-Phi events.
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