Asian Studies Undergraduate Honors Info Session Wednesday, April 10, 2013 4-5:30pm Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118
Want to design your own interdisciplinary honors major? With Humanities, you can put together a major that reflects your specific research interests. Topics encompass much more than traditional Humanities fields, like the fine arts and literature. Current Humanities majors are completing contracts in Women’s Health in the Middle East, Language and Social Change, Human Rights [...]
January 23, 2012 | Leave a Comment
Thank you to everyone who submitted an essay for the Pinto Carver Essay contest. We received many well written essays and after careful consideration selected the following winners: First Prize: Ayesha Akbar “A Reminder” Second Prize: Andrew McMahon “Writing (is an Attempt to always be a Child)” Third Prize: Kalyan Venkatraj “(Re) Inventing the Wheel”
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HISTORY AS A MAJOR OR SECOND MAJOR: We are starting to take applications for the Honors Program in History. We are looking for energetic, ambitious juniors and sophomores. For those who don’t know, the honors program consists of a seminar in historiography in the spring of a student’s junior year, [...]
Would you like to create your own major? The Humanities major allows you to design your own interdisciplinary plan of study around a research interest. As part of the Humanities major, you will: • Join a close-knit community in Liberal Arts Honors • Receive individualized advising • Work closely with faculty members • Write an [...]
LAHSC needs you to lead a Rousseau Reading Group. Applications are due June 4.
1) Mortar Board Membership Application Deadline Extended to 3/12 Mortar Board is a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service. The national network includes over 200 chapters and 180,000 inductees since its founding in 1918. Membership is a nationally recognized distinction earned by outstanding students [...]