It’s almost the end of the school year, so take a walk down memory lane with the Campuswide Honors Yearbook. Featuring special senior pages and photos from Campuswide Honors events this year such as Faculty Coffee Hour and Retreat. Get a copy today in the Honors Office for $5.
If you are a graduating senior and would like to wear a blue cord at graduation for being a member of the Campuswide Honors Program, they will be available in the Honors Office beginning Tuesday, June 4. For seniors who are already receiving a blue cord for an award in your school (such as school honors), the cost of your cord will be $5. For students not receiving a blue cord from your school, your cord will be free. Please contact the Honors Office with any questions.
ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: If you take any individual or Campuswide Honors group graduation photos and would like them to be featured in our newsletter, in our brochure, on our website, or on our social media pages, then please send the photos to email@example.com or post them to social media with the #UCIHonors
Your CHP PAAs would like to wish you all the best of luck on finals! The final stretch may feel a bit challenging, but we know that you are capable of accomplishing whatever you put your mind to! Remind yourself to breathe and hold your head up through it all. The CHP community is here to support you, so please visit us if you ever want to talk. We believe in you and you should believe in yourself too! We are proud of you! <3, Jamisyn, Andrea, Nikki, and Sunny
New Honors Seminar: Humanities/East Asian Studies H84
Professor of East Asian Studies Hu Ying is teaching a special honors seminar this fall 2019 on “Traveling East/West.” We encourage you to read the description below and sign up for Human/EAS H84. This seminar counts for one course of GE Category IV and may substitute for one quarter of Social Science Core.
Traveling East/West presents a wide range of travel writings by Chinese, Indian, and Euro-American authors in which they contemplate the complexities of cross-cultural encounters and how knowledge about others and knowledge of ourselves are closely intertwined. It invites students to consider how travel literature affects and shapes its readers and their perception of the world. This course is available to all disciplines with no prerequisites.
New Honors Seminar: Arts H81
Professor of Dance Alan Terricciano is teaching a special honors seminar this fall 2019 on “Improvisation and Modes of Research and Creative Expression.” We encourage you to read the description below and sign up for Arts H81. This seminar counts for one course of GE Category IV and may substitute for one quarter of Social Science Core.
The course frames improvisation as a complex of powerful, formal research tools applicable to many fields. It addresses improvisatory practices within the arts and extrapolates a set of tools embedded in artistic improvisation – temporal awareness and engagement in time; real-time design; pattern recognition and pattern repetition; and the ability to identify, illuminate and explore connections between disparate phenomena. Through readings, guest lectures by UCI faculty and visiting artists (when possible), in-class student-centered learning, and project design, this course sets out to demonstrate how these tools apply across the disciplines, from creative writing to the analysis of large-scale data sets to the application of the scientific method. This course is available to all disciplines with no prerequisites.
For more information about Honors Seminars: http://honors.uci.edu/academics/curriculum/honors-seminars/