Nominations begin this week! Already an honors student so why not be an honors leader? Think of all the events you’ve loved this year – coffee hour, hummus core, pumpkin decorating, and much more. Now is your chance to get involved and help plan and develop these events. 2017-2018 Campuswide Honors Program Student Council (CHSC) elections and applications are just around the corner! The exciting season to form our new council will begin with President and Vice President nominations for the upcoming year at the CHSC meeting on Wednesday, April 19th, at 5 p.m. The other CHSC Executive Council applications will open on Wednesday, April 19th and close at 12pm on Monday, May 8th. For more information, check out the Spring Involvement Addendum!
Enjoy the start of Spring Quarter with FREE ICE CREAM at the Locus on Thursday, April 20 from 10 AM to 12 PM. Hang out with your CHPeers, mentees, and mentors! And feel free to ask the Coordinators about the Peer Mentor Coordinator or Transfer Peer Mentor Coordinator applications, positions, and program!
Beginning in Fall 2017 the Campuswide Honors Program will be offering a new, additional honors curricular track open to all majors called Sustainable Societies, to be taken in the sophomore and junior years, beginning fall 2017 and ending spring 2019. Taken after completing Honors Humanities Core in the freshman year, this new track consists of six sequential courses (one per quarter) that would be taken instead of Honors Social Science and Science Core.
The Sustainable Societies track is team taught by top faculty from a variety of disciplines, examining the topic from two broad perspectives:
• Exploring the features of societies/nations that lead some to prosperity, freedom and a high quality of life, while others decline; demonstrating how innovation, prosperity, flexibility, and a forward thinking perspective allow societies to address challenges effectively.
• Exploring the underpinnings of several of the challenges that modern societies currently face and, importantly, engaging students to work together on solutions to these challenges.
Click here to learn more about the Sustainable Societies CHP course track. If you are interested in the new course track and would like to receive more information about it, please complete this survey.
Please make note of the following office hour updates and closures:
- PAA Malcolm’s Thursday, April 20 office hours will change to 9:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m. for this week only.
- The Locus will close at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 21st.
Applications are now being accepted for fall 2017 enrollment to the Post-Baccalaureate Program in Psychology and Social Behavior. Please consider sharing the information below with students, alumni, or anyone else you think might be interested in learning more about this program.
All are welcome to attend an information session on:
Wednesday, April 19
3:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Social Ecology I (SE-I) Room 112
This program is designed for people with a bachelor’s degree in any field who are seeking preparation for graduate school in psychology or related fields, and for people seeking career development or career change. The program consists of eight courses, includes hands-on experience in research laboratory and internship settings, and can be completed at your own pace.
For more information and application, visit the website.
If you have questions, please contact Dr. Joanne Zinger at firstname.lastname@example.org