Coming up in The Honors College
Now-08/25: Honors Ambassadors Applications Open
Now-09/01: 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Now-09/12: Honors Advocates application
Now-09/18: Undergraduate Research Day Applications
Apply to Present at Undergraduate Research Day
If you have conducted a research project within the last year as an undergraduate, consider applying to present at Undergraduate Research Day. The student deadline for applications is Monday, September 18. The online application is available on the Undergraduate Research Day 2017 webpage.
Applicants must be available to work throughout the summer, and we are looking for applicants who can commit to working for Honors through fall 2017 and beyond. Competitive applicants will be in good academic standing, have great communication and interpersonal skills, and be organized, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented. We anticipate interviews to be held July 17 and 18. Please feel free to contact Sarah Bhojani with questions.
TonaLaw Veteran's Scholarship
The TonaLaw Veteran’s Scholarship is only open to students attending school in the United States. Students must have served in the U.S. Military and provide proof of service. Scholarship application and info: https://www.tonalaw.com/scholarship/
Fall Semester: Applications due by July 31
Spring Semester: Applications due by November 30
Apply for Honors Advocates: Deadline Sept. 12
Love talking about the Honors College? Help promote the Honors College through recruitment phone-a-thons and Open House events! Applications for Honors Advocates Assistant Co-coordinators are currently being accepted until noon, September 12. If you are interested in applying for the position, please review the description and application here. Contact the Honors Advocates Co-Coordinators or Gabriella Hauser for more information.
Honors Ambassadors Fall 2017 application: Deadline August 25
The Honors Ambassadors want YOU! Be a leader of The Honors College-represent the College at recruitment and special events! Fall 2017 applications for Honors Ambassadors are currently being accepted until noon, August 25. If you are interested in applying to be an Honors Ambassador, please review the description and application here. For more information, contact Sarah Bhojani. Fall 2017 Honors Ambassadors Application
IT Support Specialist Opening
Kelly S Mathews LLC ("KSMLLC") (http://www.ksmllc.com), a Houston based tax accounting firm focused solely on motor fuels tax issues and questions is looking for an IT Support Specialist to provide efficient and effective IT support for the Firm, ensuring all KSMLLC employees are provided with the tools and support needed to perform their duties. Cllck here for more information. Wayne Herbert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immerse yourself in your own adventure—the blues or hip-hop or poetry slam scenes in Houston, the city's trail of bayous, the lives of immigrants or refugees, patients grappling with disease, a religious tradition, some subculture or underground trend—and then write about. This course involves a two-part strategy—critical reading and creative practice—in order to give you the practical tools you need to engage in this kind of participatory writing. We will read widely in the field of Immersion Journalism to generate techniques for our own individual research and exploration. And as we work on these immersive projects, we will workshop them collaboratively to craft polished pieces. No experience required. Curiosity is the only prerequisite!.Counts toward the Medicine & Society Minor, Creative Work Minor, and Leadership Studies Minor.
Day & Time: Tues./Thurs. 2:30-4 p.m.
Terrorism: Past and Present Course
No ism is better known in our century than terrorism. But its history is long and its nature is complex. Exploring the subject ofterrorism through history, literature, film, and theory, this course will focus on the Terror, the wave of anarchist terror in fin-desiècleFrance, the “Troubles” in Northern Ireland, the Algerian war for independence, and 9/11. Petition for Honors Credit.
Course Number: HIST 3395
Class Number: 22911
Day & Time: Tues./Thurs. 10-11:30 a.m.
Theology, 20th C. Social Movements, & the U.S. Course
If you need a course for your major or minor in Religious Studies, History, or Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, this course is for you. If you need an elective, this course is for you, too. Contact: Dr. Pegoda at email@example.com
RELS 3396 (26491), or
HIST 3394 (26684), or
RELS 2396 (26490)
Mon./Wed. 4-5:30 p.m.
Now Hiring - Human Situation Omega TA
Applications are now being accepted for the Omega TA position. Applicants should have completed both semesters of Human Situation and be students in the Honors College during the 2017–2018 school year. See the application form for more details. https://goo.gl/forms/DPhW3tsEzxhiesQP2
CACDS HPC Summer Bootcamp
The Center for Advanced Computing and Data Systems is teaching a 5 day workshop in PGH Room 200 on practical applications for High Performance Computing. This workshop will cover areas like Python, Linux, R-language, OpenMP, OpenMPI, and much more! If you have interest in High Performance Computing, make sure you check out this free workshop! https://www.cacds.uh.edu/education/summer-training/
SEO Internship Opportunity
Our internships are best suited for students looking to expand their horizons on what they would like to pursue as a career, or students that have a good grasp on the arena they would like to pursue, but just don't know which avenue to take inside their degree choice. Interns will benefit from seeing the vast array of what the online arena has to offer, and how we help businesses gain a better visibility online through the means from Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Youtube, etc. If you have any more questions about our internship program, please don't hesitate to call or email, Garrett Laidler at 888.439.4224, ext. 1, or Garrett@seohoustonpros.com
Interested in Going Abroad?
Keep in touch with the Honors College’s very own study abroad blog, which outlines opportunities and reflects on students’ experiences: https://uhhonorsabroad.wordpress.com
2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Student Program
The Fulbright U.S. Student program provides support to students who wish to teach English or complete a study/research project in more than 140 countries around the world. Interested students are encouraged to meet with the UH Fulbright Program advisor as soon as possible to review the application components and requirements. Interested applicants are also strongly encouraged to attend the 2017 Fulbright Summer Workshop series.
Jack Young, from the UH School of Theatre & Dance is directing Suzan Lori Parks's play TOPDOG/UNDERDOG for the School next fall, and is looking for African-American men who might audition for the show August 19 at the School of Theatre. Students interested (and for a script) should contact Jack Young at jyoung2@Central.UH.EDU. For a trailer for a production in Baltimore: https://youtu.be/o_X-PAV-OqM