Teach For America seeks outstanding leaders to join our regional and efforts in placing teachers in DC classrooms, supporting our teachers, and supporting our regional and national staffs. Continue reading “Teach for America Undergraduate Internship”
Interested in free music with an interesting international mix? Join SPA sophomores Kevin Frey and Rebekah Johnson on their grassroots outing to see a free performance by Toubab Krewe at the Kennedy Center on Friday, Oct. 12.
This North Carolina based folk band fuses the music of Mali with American musical styles to create what is truly a unique blend of sound. Aside from electric guitar and bass, this small ensemble features exotic instruments such as the kora, soku, and African Drums.
Sound interesting? Kevin and Rebekah will be meeting outside of Funger Hall at 5:30 p.m. on Friday and will walk over to the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. Afterward, join them for half-price fro-yo at Campus Fresh!
Freshmen, if you haven’t scheduled your meeting with Catherine or Liz to talk about your Four Year Plan (PDF), do it now!
Technically, you’ve got until Friday, October 19th to complete this meeting. But, Liz and Catherine’s schedules book up fast, so grab an appointment now! They’re just really, really popular, okay?!
If you’re feeling stumped on your Four Year Plan, don’t despair. It’s just an exercise to help you see how to complete your five majors, full year abroad, 8 minors, and 7 internships in four years. No pressure.
The best thing to do is to make your appointment right now, and just make sure you’ve got your plan prepared in time for it!
Liz Sutton was once just a little girl with a dream, hoping to one day advise Honors students when they were available, and without an appointment. Today, that dream is finally a reality. She never thought the day would come, the day when a student could visit the Townhouse on Foggy Bottom after hours, from 5-7pm, walk right in and talk to her or a member of the SPA. Questions will be answered! Conversations will be had! And issues will be resolved in a timely manner!
Help make Liz’s lifelong goal more than just a pipe dream. Join hands with the UHP and say, on Wednesday nights, from 5-7pm, yes, we can.
Can’t wait to see you there, all hyped up on UHP patriotism and caffeine.
If you need an appointment during regular daytime hours, make sure to make an appointment.
It’s not uncommon for UHPers to hit the ground running a little bit earlier than their non-Honors peers. If you’re one of the early birds, let us know!
For those of you graduating in December, we need your Intent to Graduate Form by Friday, October 12.
The Intent to Graduate Form is an online form that should take you about 5 minutes to complete.
We need you to fill this out to make sure you get counted as a UHP graduate!
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A student intones:
I know what I want to major in, and how I want to spend the rest of my days, doing philosophy and only philosophy. But I’m scared to declare my major, and become a real person. What if I change my mind? Does this mean I have to start working on my thesis right now? I’m only a sophomore…why do I feel like I’m donning my cap and gown already?
Dare to Declare
Not all seniors pursue Special Honors in their degree, but when they complete a Special Honors Verification Form. Don’t delay!
Continue reading “Seniors: Verify Special Honors [Deadlines]”
You are invited to attend
“What Greek Religion Contributed to Greek (and Our) Culture,”
an illustrated lecture by Jon Mikalson, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Classics, University of Virginia Thursday, October 11, 2012, 6:30-8:00 p.m., at The Elliot School, 1957 E Street (Room B12)
A special invitation: On Friday, October 12, students, faculty and interested parties are invited to meet the lecturer over pizza lunch between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the History Seminar Room (Phillips 328). Please RSVP to email@example.com by Wednesday, October 10, to attend (subject line: MIKALSON).
Co-sponsored by the departments of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations; Fine Arts and Art History; History; Religion; Philosophy; and the Honors Program.
For further information, contact Professor Elizabeth Fisher ( firstname.lastname@example.org )