Having trouble reading this? Click here. Honors Program News for Faculty and Staff August 30, 2012 Honors Program Enrollment Exceeds 400 StudentsHonors Event CalendarNational Scholarships Available for StudentsHonors Lecture SeriesHonors ResearchExpress SeminarsFaculty and Staff Guide Honors Program Exceeds 400 The Honors Program continues to expand. This fall, we have 412 active Honors students. If you'd like to know who are the Honors students, we'll be happy to give you a list. Better yet, just ask your students! 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 Research A key component of the Honors Program curriculum is for students to engage in individual research under the guidance of a faculty or staff research professional. Honors students will be contacting some of you to act as mentors for their Honors Research. Please contact the Honors Office if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks for your support of the Honors Program! National Scholarships Available for Students Several nationally competitive scholarships are available for qualified students, such as the Goldwater, Rhodes and Udall scholarship programs. If you know some talented students who might benefit from these scholarships, please have them look over the materials and then get in touch with the Honors Office for further guidance. Honors Event Calendar Stay informed about what's going on in the Honors Program by checking the Honors Event Calendar regularly. We update the calendar regularly! Express Seminars Faculty and staff are invited to host a one-time, one-hour non-credit seminar, open to the first 18 students who show up. See Express Seminars for details. Faculty and Staff Guide See the Honors Faculty and Staff Guide for more information about the Honors Program. Contact the Honors Office Having trouble reading this? Click here.