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Honors Daily Opportunities List, Tuesday, September 8, 2009

The Honors Daily Opportunities List is an official UF e-publication sent to all students who entered UF as an honors student. Opportunities listed range from those for freshmen to seniors. To submit an announcement for posting, please fill out the online form at www.honors.ufl.edu/honorsdaily.html . For more updates on the Honors Program, join our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @UFHonors





Table of Contents

HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
1.      ANNOUNCEMENT: Dine and Chat:
2.      ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: S-U Option Deadline (NEW POSTING):
3.      ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Degree Audit Workshop:
STUDENT HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
4.      ANNOUNCEMENT: 2009-2010 SHO Executive Board:
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
5.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Representative from Harvard Law (NEW POSTING):
6.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Mock Law School Admissions Committee Meeting (NEW POSTING):
7.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Hungary: Twenty Years after the Regime-Change, Five Years after EU Accession" (NEW POSTING):
8.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Gainesville Tour:
9.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Peace Corps Education GlobeTalk:
10.     ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Education College Council Back to School Bash (TODAY):
11.     RESEARCH: Ecological Genetics Field Study in China:
12.     VOLUNTEER: Unite for Sight (TODAY):
13.     VOLUNTEER: Golden Door Initiative:
14.     LEADERSHIP: Freshmen Leadership Engineering Group:
15.     LEADERSHIP: Florida Blue Key Speaker's Bureau Staff Applications:
16.     LEADERSHIP: Freshman Leadership Council:
17.     LEADERSHIP: Center for Leadership and Service Resource Executive Board Applications:
18.     LEADERSHIP: The Dynamo: Co-Found a Think Tank:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
19.     ANNOUNCEMENT: Open Positions on UF Trial Team (TODAY):
20.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Gator Smiles (NEW POSTING):
21.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ad Society (NEW POSTING):
22.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Student Investment Club (NEW POSTING):
23.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Students Against Losing Education (NEW POSTING):
24.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Golden Key International Honour Society:
25.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Undergraduate Astrophysics Society:
26.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Undergraduate Philosophy Society (TODAY):
27.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity (TODAY):
28.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineers Without Borders (TODAY):
29.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Phi Sigma Pi (TODAY):
30.     EVENT: Darius at UF (NEW POSTING):





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.      ANNOUNCEMENT: Dine and Chat:
The Honors Program is instituting a new monthly event for students. Dine and Chat is an opportunity for 12 students to have dinner with a UF faculty member and engage in conversation about academics, culture, and anything else that comes up. Each month's professor has the option to set a topic in advance, and perhaps even suggest some background reading, to get the banter going. Here are the details for the inaugural event:

Dr. Kevin Knudson, Director, University Honors Program, and Professor of Mathematics.
Wednesday, September 23, at 6:30pm.
Location to be determined.
Topic:  The Future of Honors at UF.

So, by now you're wondering how you get in on this. Come by the Honors office in 118 Hume Hall and put your name into the bowl (ask the staff at the front desk). Twelve names will be drawn from the bowl on Friday, September 18 at 3:00pm. You must put your e-mail address on your slip of paper so that we may contact you if your name is chosen. The dinner venue will be announced at that time.

2.      ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: S-U Option Deadline (NEW POSTING):
The deadline to request an S-U option for classes is this Friday, September 11 at 5:00pm. Subject to college degree program and department guidelines, students may take elective course work and earn grades of S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory). A grade of S is equal to a C or better. Grades earned under the S-U option do not carry grade point values and are not computed in the University of Florida grade point average. Such grades are included in a student's permanent academic record and are reflected on the transcript. Once the S-U option is approved, students cannot revert to a letter grade.

Students choosing the S-U option must be in good standing and cannot be on university academic probation. To elect the S-U option, students must obtain the approvals indicated on the form. They can elect the S-U option for only one course each term; this option is in addition to courses that are taught only on an S-U basis. Courses taken to fulfill general education, writing and math (Gordon Rule), major and minor requirements cannot be taken S-U. The S-U option most commonly is used for foreign language courses.

To request the S-U option, pick up the form from the Registrar's Office in Criser Hall. According to the form, you will need to get approval from your college, department, and instructor, so plan ahead if you would like to choose this option for a course.


3.      ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Degree Audit Workshop:
Wondering how to find out what gen ed courses you are still missing? Want to know how to find your tracking requirements? Interested in looking at requirements for other majors or minors? Come to a degree audit workshop! Melissa will teach you all you need to know about reading your degree audits during two workshops on Wednesday, September 9 during 4th period or 9th period in 119 Hume. Geared especially for first-year students, but all students are welcome. Seating is limited, so please e-mail Melissa at [log in to unmask] to register. Include the period of the workshop you plan to attend. You will need to bring a copy of your degree audit from ISIS as a reference.





STUDENT HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

4.      ANNOUNCEMENT: 2009-2010 SHO Executive Board:
Congratulations to the 26 individuals chosen to serve on the 2009-2010 SHO Executive Board:

Ruth Acevedo. Joshua Achiam. Jordan Andreu. William Baumler. Tyler Benjamin. Maddie Bottenhorn. Sean Fahy. Ann Hentschel. Kathy Keeter. Hema Kher. Sarvenaz Laussermair. Cory Lee. Reagan Lee. Liz McNeill. Jenni Potter. Jarryd Reed. Stephy Salazar. Virginia Somers. Jacob Speedy. Amber Suleskey. Lerah Sutton. John Thibeault. Jennifer Traylor. Emily Warnock. Jessica Watkins. Tali Yohann.


Thanks, once again, to all of those who applied. We are overwhelmed by your demonstration of interest and support and cannot thank you enough. We look forward to seeing you at SHO events throughout the year!






ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

5.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Representative from Harvard Law (NEW POSTING):
A representative from Harvard Law School will be visiting campus tomorrow, Wednesday, September 9 at 6:00pm in room 200 CLAS Academic Advising Center (Farrior Hall). Karen Buttenbaum, the Associate Director of Admissions at Harvard Law School, will be presenting about Harvard Law School and law school admissions.

*RSVP required* - send to [log in to unmask]

6.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Mock Law School Admissions Committee Meeting (NEW POSTING):
Join us for a mock law school admission committee meeting where you will be given a chance to see what it would be like to serve on a law school admissions committee. You will review files of actual law school applicants, considering all aspects of the file (LSAT, GPA, letters of recommendation, personal statements, and other support documents included in a real admissions file). The discussion will be led, as it would be in an actual admission committee meeting, by two seasoned admission professionals, Associate Dean Michelle Rahman from the University of Richmond School of Law and Associate Dean John Benfield from the Charleston School of Law. At the conclusion of deliberations an offer of admission will be determined by the committee. The program is participatory and entertaining. Pizza will be provided.

Mock Law School Admissions Committee Meeting is taking place on Monday, September 14 from 5:15-6:45pm in room 200 CLAS Academic Advising Center (Farrior Hall). *RSVP required* - send to [log in to unmask]

7.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Hungary: Twenty Years after the Regime-Change, Five Years after EU Accession" (NEW POSTING):
Talk by István Hegeds, Central European University, Budapeat, Hungary. Part of the Center for European Studies series "From the Iron Curtain to the EU: 20 Years after 1989."

On Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00pm in Pugh Hall Ocora. Free and open to the public. For more information, call (352) 392-8902.

8.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Gainesville Tour:
Do you want to gain experience in your concentration? Do you want an opportunity for a rewarding internship? Would you like to achieve this through giving back to your community? Service Ambassadors is hosting a free tour of Gainesville's organizations that want YOU to help! Meet us outside Peabody Hall at noon on Thursday, September 10 to discover where you can be of help in your town while gaining experience for your major. Space is limited; register as soon as possible by contacting Carol at [log in to unmask]

9.      ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Peace Corps Education GlobeTalk:
Do you have a desire to help others around the world? Do you think teaching is one of the ways you can contribute? Think Peace Corps!

Learn what it is like to teach in another country and help shape young lives at our Education GlobeTalk.

It will be held Wednesday, September 9 from 6:30-7:30pm at the Hub's International Center.

E-mail Amy Panikowski at [log in to unmask] for more information.

10.     ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Education College Council Back to School Bash (TODAY):
Ready to get involved and have some fun? Check out the student organizations the College of Education has to offer at the Back to School Bash! We will be in the Norman Courtyard on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:00pm. There will be fun, information, and most importantly free food!

11.     RESEARCH: Ecological Genetics Field Study in China:
The University of Georgia is sponsoring an NSF-funded program focused on studying the ecological genetics of invasive species exchanged between the southeastern U.S. and China. The program combines research, graduate student training, and a unique opportunity for 10 U.S. undergraduates to study ecological genetics and intensive Chinese language and culture.

Students selected for the program will enroll full-time at the University of Georgia during the spring semester and take 2 courses in intensive Mandarin Chinese language and culture and 1 lab course in ecological genetics. During the summer, students travel to China where they spend 8 weeks in an OTS-style research experience - you will travel all around the country, focusing on the problem of invasive species. Students have the option of adding a 3-week internship in the lab of one of their Chinese colleagues.

The major cost of the program is in tuition and fees for enrolling at the University of Georgia for the spring and summer semesters, although students accepted into the program will pay in-state tuition. The airfare, room and board, and local transportation in China are covered for you. The only summer costs are your visa fees (~$150), spending money, and insurance ($1/day).

This program is looking for students at any level who ideally have some background in evolution and ecology and who have some interest in conservation genetics and the study of invasive species. No background in Chinese is required. The application deadline is October 16. For more information, visit http://www.genetics.uga.edu/pire or e-mail Dr. Rodney Mauricio at [log in to unmask]

12.     VOLUNTEER: Unite for Sight (TODAY):
Did you know that 80% of the world's blindness is preventable, or that over 41 million Americans do not have health care insurance? Unite for Sight is a non-profit organization that empowers communities worldwide to improve eye health and eliminate preventable blindness. Volunteers have the opportunity to provide free vision screenings and participate in vision education programs which are held in community centers such as homeless shelters, soup kitchens, schools, libraries, and health clinics. Volunteers also have the opportunity to visit the underserved populations in developing nations, where they work with partner eye clinics to implement screening and free surgery programs.

If you are interested in joining Unite for Sight and gaining some hands-on volunteer experience, come to the informational meeting next Tuesday, September 8. The meeting is at 7:30pm in the Reitz Union, Room 346.

13.     VOLUNTEER: Golden Door Initiative:
Citizens for Social Justice is a student-run non-profit organization. One of our programs, the Golden Door Initiative, is an innovative transitional housing and holistic educational program for homeless individuals. Our program aims to place currently homeless individuals in a healthy and constructive living environment while providing them with the resources necessary to realize their own goals, and chart a path towards accomplishing them.

We have currently taken on 8 homeless individuals for 2009. We had our first successful semester last Spring, and we are looking for compassionate students who would be willing to dedicate a slot of time once per week to individually mentor one of our residents in various subject areas. Student mentors will receive training in order to maintain levels of personal safety at all times.

Please contact Megan Ahearn at [log in to unmask] if you are interested. Please note which subject area you are interested in mentoring. You may also view our website, citizensforsocialjustice.com

14.     LEADERSHIP: Freshmen Leadership Engineering Group:
The Freshmen Leadership Engineering Group (FLEG) will begin recruitment on Wednesday, September 9 and will last through Monday, September 14. To be eligible, freshmen must attend 3 out of the following 5 events as well as fill out an application that they will learn more about at an event.

Wednesday- Meet and Greet at Moe's/Chili's on campus (7:30-9:00pm).
Thursday- Scavenger Hunt starting at the French Fries by Marston (6:00-8:00pm).
Friday- Lunch at Reitz (11:45am-1:45pm).
Sunday- Bowling at Reitz (3:45-6:00pm).
Monday- Formal Meet and Greet at Graham Gallery (7:30-9:00pm).

FLEG focuses on freshmen leadership, career development, and retention in the engineering college while making friends and having fun.

15.     LEADERSHIP: Florida Blue Key Speaker's Bureau Staff Applications:
The Florida Blue Key Speech and Debate Tournament is looking for dedicated staff members to help work one of the most prestigious speech and debate tournaments in the country. The tournament, which takes place October 30 to November 1, needs hard-working individuals looking to make an impact. If you are interested in this opportunity, pick up a staff application in the Blue Key office in room 384 of the Reitz Union. If you have any questions contact the Director of Recruitment, Megan Howard, at [log in to unmask]

16.     LEADERSHIP: Freshman Leadership Council:
What better way to start your freshman year than by getting involved with one of the most unique organizations on campus!

The Freshman Leadership Council's mission is to provide personal, professional, and leadership growth opportunities for a select group of freshmen students through networking, programming, and educational experiences that impact the University of Florida student body and surrounding community.

Applications for the 2009-2010 Council are now available!

Applications can be found:
*On our website - freshmanleadershipcouncil.webs.com .
*In the Student Government Office on the third floor of the Reitz Union.

All applications must be turned in to the Student Government office on the third floor of the Reitz Union no later than 4:00pm on Friday, September 11.

17.     LEADERSHIP: Center for Leadership and Service Resource Executive Board Applications:
The mission of the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) is to engage students and cultivate opportunities for personal and academic achievement to prepare students to become leaders in the service of the global community. The Center for Leadership and Service is looking for dedicated students to fill leadership roles in the continuous development of our office.

As the official Ambassadors to the Center for Leadership and Service, the Resource Executive Board assists student-run organizations on campus by providing trainings as well as serving our fellow students who are looking to gain resources.

For more information and an application, e-mail Sasha Christopher at [log in to unmask] or visit: http://www.leadershipandservice.ufl.edu

18.     LEADERSHIP: The Dynamo: Co-Found a Think Tank:
Would you be interested in co-founding a think tank? The Dynamo, UF's only student think tank, is lead by 4 Reitz Scholars. We are seeking a few more intellectuals and service-minded students to join us. We know honors students are busy - so time commitment is minimal: attend a one-hour meeting every two weeks, and a bit of independent work over the semester.

We do three things to advance a fair global economy: (1) publish original policy research through peer-reviewed venues, (2) host and film roundtable discussions, and (3) post blogs at http://www.TheDynamo.org






STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS

19.     ANNOUNCEMENT: Open Positions on UF Trial Team (TODAY):
The Trial Team at the University of Florida is pleased to announce the availability of open positions for the 2009-2010 competitive mock trial team. The Trial Team at UF is an educational organization which instructs members in the procedures and practices of competitive mock trial for the purposes of participating in regional and national tournaments of the American Mock Trial Association. (AMTA)

More affectionately known as the "Litigators", the Trial Team at UF offers students a unique opportunity to enrich their collegiate experience by engaging in trial simulations. While it is focused on preparing students for the rigors of a career in the field of law, the Trial Team at UF is open to UF students of all majors and professional interests. No previous experience is required; only a willingness to learn and a desire to have fun.

In addition to becoming a member of this prestigious institution, participating in mock trial provides a number of academic, professional, and social benefits. Mock trial helps develop analytical reasoning, public speaking skills, and ability to work cohesively in a team. Moreover, mock trial helps students develop professional contacts with members of the legal community, familiarizes them with the American legal system and trial court procedures, as well as aides them in preparing for their future careers, legal or otherwise. In addition, mock trial teaches students about the value of professionalism, the need for thorough preparation, and the importance of ethical behavior and fair play. But most importantly mock trial is fun! It is a great place to gain new friends and make new memories.

The Trial Team at UF will be hosting an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 8 at 6:00pm, in Pugh Hall. Tryout opportunities will begin Sunday September 13, 6:00-9:00pm, in the Reitz Union and will continue on Monday, September 14, 6:00-10:00pm, in the Reitz Union. For more information about the tryout procedure (a simple audition), updates to the schedule, room assignments, or about the organization in general, please visit our website at www.ufmocktrial.com. For any other questions, feel free to e-mail Coach Collins at [log in to unmask] or contact him by phone at (941) 586-5165.

20.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Gator Smiles (NEW POSTING):
Gator Smiles is a service club that supports UF and Shands craniofacial clinics and raises money for Love Without Boundaries, an organization which provides underprivileged orphan children with cleft lip/palate surgeries. Our first fall meeting is Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00pm in Little Room 113. We have a ton of fun planning fundraisers and other events to support these children. Check out our website at www.gatorsmiles.com

21.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ad Society (NEW POSTING):
College is all about networking, so why not start now? Come join the best club on campus as we start the year with our first meeting.  It will be on Wednesday, September 9 at 6:30pm in CSE A101. Free food will be available after the meeting! Visit http://grove.ufl.edu/~adsoc for more info.

22.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Student Investment Club (NEW POSTING):
The UF Student Investment Club (SIC) is designed to sharpen students' knowledge of investing for personal finance as well as professional goals. SIC provides many opportunities:

- Investment Challenge- What can you do with $100k? Use your investment knowledge to double the sum in a mock portfolio. Winners will receive cash prizes!

- Learn Presentation skills- Hone in on your public speaking skills! If you have a passionate interest in an area of the market, you can present your ideas to the club or the weekly "market update".

- Career/Resume advice- You will be networking with business students who have connections to companies such as Goldman Sachs, Barclays Capital, Bloomberg, Northwestern Mutual, and others.

- Free pizza every meeting!

Student Investment Club meets every Thursday at 7:00pm at McCarty C 100. E-mail [log in to unmask] to join the listserv and learn more about our exciting opportunities!

For more information, visit www.ufsic.com

23.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Students Against Losing Education (NEW POSTING):
Students Against Losing Education (SALE) will be holding its first meeting of the fall semester and is looking for new members! SALE is an organization driven to helping tutor people and achieve their dreams! Opportunities include tutoring at the Santa Fe Community College Adult Education Program, Alachua County Public Schools, and more! The meeting is on Thursday, September 10 at 5:00pm in Anderson Hall Room 19. Forms for the programs will be available for you to fill out. If you have questions, please e-mail [log in to unmask]

24.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Golden Key International Honour Society:
Golden Key is an honor society that inducts the top 15% of UF's students each semester. Our first general meeting will be on Wednesday, September 9, at 7:00pm in New Physics Building (NPB) 1002. Even if you're just curious about what GK is - come on out! There will be free pizza along with tons of information on exciting Golden Key things to come, so get ready to meet new people and have some fun!

If you have any questions, you can e-mail Sara at [log in to unmask] or Angela at [log in to unmask]

25.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Undergraduate Astrophysics Society:
Our Undergraduate Astrophysics Society assembles in the near future - and we are inviting your participation.  UAS is having its first meeting this semester on Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00pm. As always, we will gather in Room 7 of the Bryant Space Science Center (across from the HUB).

Our first meeting will be a concise blast:
 (1) An introduction of UAS
 (2) A slide-show of past activities
 (3) A short astronomy video
 (4) and a discussion of our future

26.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Undergraduate Philosophy Society (TODAY):
Our first meeting of the year will take place on Tuesday, September 8 at 4:00pm in the philosophy library (on the third floor of Griffin-Floyd Hall). There will be a brief introduction to our club, followed by a lecture, and then a discussion of that lecture. Coffee and snacks will be served. Anyone is welcome.

"Rethinking Modality" : Professor Dr. Jubien will take issue with the prevailing wisdom regarding possibility, necessity, and essentialism, and will sketch a very different analysis of his own.

Contact President Andrew McCain at [log in to unmask] for more information.

27.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity (TODAY):
Are you pre-law and looking for ways to get involved on campus? Come find out how you can be a part of the university's leading pre-law organization! Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity International is having an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:00pm in CSE E-222. Come meet current members and find out how to apply. For more information, please visit www.ufpad.com . Applications will be available at the meeting and are due at the first general body meeting on September 22.

28.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineers Without Borders (TODAY):
We will have our first Engineers without Borders meeting of the semester on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:30pm in Frazier-Rogers, room 122. This will be a great opportunity for you to learn more about what EWB is all about. We will be giving more information about our international projects, research projects, local projects, and lots of other opportunities for you to get involved! All majors are welcome. Meet fun people, learn about how you can help your local and global communities, and eat tasty baked goods!

Contact President Rachael Shea at [log in to unmask] if you have questions or comments.

29.     STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Phi Sigma Pi (TODAY):
Based on the foundation of Leadership, Scholarship, and Fellowship, Phi Sigma Pi is a national co-ed honor fraternity that is looking for new members in its UF chapter. Join us on at 7:00pm on Tuesday, September 8 in BAR 211 or at 7:00pm on Wednesday, September 9 in CSE E222 to learn more while enjoying free pizza. Check out "Phi Sigma Pi - Fall Rush" on Facebook for more details.

30.     EVENT: Darius at UF (NEW POSTING):
The UF College of Public Health and Health Professions invites you to attend Darius At UF on Thursday, September 10. There will be a screening of the decorated, must-see "Darius Goes West" movie and talk with Darius Weems and crew!

The event begins at 7:00pm at UF Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. It is free and open to the public. For more about this event, please visit www.phhp.ufl.edu/announcements/darius/





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