The CHP office needs your assistance. You can help us better understand our students’ CHP course choices for sophomore year by completing the short survey at https://goo.gl/forms/bGaWF5GKlRyjP0jj1. This will take less than 10 minutes. A $25 Amazon gift card will be awarded to one of every 20 students who completes the survey. To take the survey, you will need to login with your uci/gmail login. When done, you will receive an email acknowledging your participation. To be in the gift card raffle you must be a CHP student in good standing and have responded by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, August 19th; winners of the gift cards will be notified on Monday the 20th.
What is the survey about?
In sophomore year, you have the choice of taking the CHP Classic track (Social Science Core), or our new course sequence Sustainable Societies (see http://honors.uci.edu/freshmen/). You can help the CHP staff better understand why this year’s sophomore class predominantly selected the CHP Classic track, which is now full (we are trying to arrange a bigger room, but there are no guarantees that this will work). This survey is an attempt to understand the factors that have influenced your choice between these tracks and to reveal any obstacles that may be keeping CHP students who would like to from enrolling in Sustainable Societies. We would like to work with you this summer to ensure you are able to sign up for the appropriate CHP course for fall quarter.
Ted Wright, Faculty Director
Campuswide Honors Program
P.S. I also hope that, if you have not already, you will consider enrolling in Sustainable Societies. The responses of the students (both non-science and science majors) in the first year of this track were incredibly positive. This course can work for students studying abroad or away for a quarter — a CHP academic advisor can help you navigate such plans. If you decide that you want to make this choice, simply sign up for Chem H30A (Analysis of Health Issues) for this fall, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding this course or your schedule. This class is 4-units (vs. 6 units for Soc Sci H1G).