Here’s what’s new in Honors!
Lunch and Learns
Thursday, April 4 at 11 AM in Pickell: Time Management. Join Kim Smith of the Academic Literacies Center for a workshop focusing why we set goals, how we set goals, and how to stick to your goals. Other considerations that will be covered include the crucial role that time management plays in sticking to your goals. To close out the session, we will feature a graduating senior who will share her own personal tips and tricks for successful goal setting.
We will be serving pizza from Jet’s. It is fine if you arrive a little late or leave a little early. If you need accommodations to attend, please contact us at 231-591-2216. Please register here.
Free Tickets to See The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Come by the Honors Program office to pick up a free ticket to the play. Performances are March 28, 29, and 30 at 7:30 PM and March 31 at 2:30 PM in Williams Auditorium. The tickets are for any performance. Available to the first 100 students.
Honors Course Info
We have an addition to our list of honors courses for Fall 2019: ARTH 110.002, Introduction to Art History: Prehistory through the Middle Ages with Rachel Foulk, T Th 3 – 4:15, CRN 81468.
If you want to take an honors section of ENGL 250 and have not yet registered for it or need to change sections, contact the Honors Program so we can help you add the class.
Outstanding Professor and Outstanding Peer Mentor Nominations
The Honors Program seeks nominations for our Outstanding Professor Award and Outstanding Peer Mentor Award! Please send a brief explanation of why your nominees deserve this award to email@example.com.
The Honors Student Association Service Committee is planning their Adopt-a-Highway clean-up for April 14 from 12 to 3. We will have a sign up link closer to the event.
Have a great week!