Having trouble reading this? Click here. Announcements for Honors Program Students September 19, 2012 Honors Movie Night New Honors Program Student Council OfficersNew Honors AmbassadorsHonors AdvisementHonors Game NightHonors Lecture Series New Honors Ambassadors The Honors Program is excited to announce the new 2012-2013 Honors Ambassadors. See the Honors Ambassadors page for the list and a brand new picture! Honors Lecture Series Honors Lecture Series (formerly Honors Forum) has been changed to Thursdays only at from 11:10 am - 12:30 pm. Lecture Series will be held in Shelby Center 107. Lectures are open to everyone! See the Lecture Series schedule for speakers and dates. Honors Advisement The semester has just begun, but it's never too early to come in for Honors Advisement! Remember, it's required for first time Freshmen to meet with us before Spring registration. Contact Beth at Bethany.Wilson@uah.edu or 256-824-6450 to schedule an appointment. New Honors Program Student Council Officers We have a brand new Honors Program Student Council! We'd like to welcome the 2012-2013 officers: President: Hannah Bryant Vice President: Patrick Monroe Treasurer: Bingjiao Chen Secretary: William Parsons Honors Movie Night We will be holding Honors Movie Night on Friday, Sept. 28 at 7 pm in the Frank Franz Hall MPR. The HPSC will send around a poll to determine which movie we watch! Stay informed about what's going on in the Honors Program by checking the Honors Event Calendar regularly. We will be updating regularly! Honors Express Seminar The Honors Program will be sponsoring an Honors Express Seminar led by Dr. Claudio Morales, Math Dept., on September 27 at 6:30 pm in Shelby Center 203. The title of his talk will be "Infinity from Aristotle to Cantor". Abstract: We will explore the notion of Infinity from the mathematical, as well as philosophical point of view. We will also analyze various situations where infinity makes us lose our common sense. The concept of limit is intimately related to infinity and is considered one of the hardest concepts to grasp. It is not by accident that it took over 150 years for mathematicians to formulate the definition that we know today. Recommended reading : (1) read about Aristotle's meaning of infinity, (2) Who was Cantor and what was his main contribution, (3) read about sets in mathematics. Contact the Honors Office Having trouble reading this? Click here.