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University Honors Program, 343 Infirmary, 352-392-1519, http://www.honors.ufl.edu

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Monday, November 17, 2014

The Honors Daily Opportunities List is an official UF e-publication sent to all members of the UF Honors Program.





Table of Contents

HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Hack Your Room 3D Printing Contest (NEW POSTING):
2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Independent Study - Honors Video Project Editor:
3.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Brown Bag Lunch with the Director:
4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: How and When to Drop a Course:
5.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship (HC):
6.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant:
7.	EVENT: Honors Holiday Party Registration Open:
HONORS STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Art Show Now Accepting Submissions:
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
9.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Film Screening: You Belong to Me (H-Box) (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Rap and Islam in France Lecture (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Summer Prelaw Program in NYC with Cornell (NEW POSTING):
12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: International Education Week (TODAY):
13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Panel Discussion:
14.	STUDY ABROAD: Semester at Sea Info Session (HC) (NEW POSTING):
15.	STUDY ABROAD: UF in Rome Info Session (HC) (NEW POSTING):
16.	STUDY ABROAD: Study Abroad Survey - For All Students:
17.	INTERNSHIP: Campaign Manager for City Commission Candidate (HC) (NEW POSTING):
18.	RESEARCH: Amgen Scholars Program with the NIH (HC) (NEW POSTING):
19.	RESEARCH: Amgen Scholars Program at MIT (HC):
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
20.	VOLUNTEER: TailGator Recycling Program (NEW POSTING):
21.	LEADERSHIP: NaviGators International Mentor Applications (NEW POSTING):
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Poinsettias in the Butterfly Rainforest:
23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, September 17 (TODAY):
24.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, September 19:
25.	EVENT: Palestinian People's Week (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
26.	EVENT: The State of Women's Affairs Address (NEW POSTING):
27.	EVENT: RUB Entertainment presents: Corin Roddick of Purity Ring DJ Set:
28.	EVENT: ASTRA Headshots Fundraiser (TODAY):
29.	EVENT: CASU and RUB Present: The New Faces of Food (TODAY):





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Hack Your Room 3D Printing Contest (NEW POSTING):
The Honors Program and Marston Science Library are sponsoring a challenge for you to design and print a 3D object for your room that will make college life easier and more enjoyable. 

If you haven't attended a 3D printing workshop at Marston, you can learn more about 3D design and printing here: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/3dprinter . 3D printers are available in Marston and in the Health Science Center Libraries. 

You must be a current Honors student to participate. One submission per person, no team entries allowed. All submissions must be an original or repurposed modeled creation made by you. 

Your submission must include your printed object (printed at either Marston or the Health Science Center Library) and the completed application form (signed by the library employee who helped with your printing consultation). 

There are three categories for the contest:
- Usefulness: how relevant the object is to college life
- Creativity: the novelty and originality of the object
- Brand recognition: best use of the Honors theme

One winner from each category will receive an Amazon gift card. 

Deadline to submit is Monday, December 8 at 5:00pm in the Honors Office, 343 Infirmary. Winners will be announced on December 10, and all objects will be displayed at our Design Showcase on December 11 in 302 Infirmary. All participants will have the opportunity to share their design files in the UF Institutional Repository for future UF community members to utilize.

The application form is available here: http://bit.ly/hackyourroom 

2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Independent Study - Honors Video Project Editor:
Are you good with a video camera? The Honors Interns are looking for a qualified individual to serve as videographer for a special recruitment project we will be working on next semester. If selected, the videographer will receive Honors Independent Study credit for their work. Please note that because of the credit you will receive for this project, you will be expected to remain committed to the project for the entire semester. The script will be provided by the Interns.

To fulfill the requirements of this position, it is necessary that the applicant have access to equipment for filming and editing. That equipment is not available through the Honors Office.

Applications should consist of a cover letter expressing interest / qualifications and a link to at least one (1) example of a video filmed and edited by the applicant. All those interested should direct applications and inquiries to Honors Intern, Ally Eboli at [log in to unmask] The application is due by November 25.

3.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Brown Bag Lunch with the Director:
Bring a sandwich and chat with the director, Dr. Law, over lunch. Limited to ten students in November and December. Sign up in the Honors office, 343 Infirmary.  Discussion can be about the state of the Honors Program, course offerings, opportunities, anything you like and want to discuss!  

Lunch takes place 6th period (12:50-1:40pm) on Wednesdays in 302: November 19; December 3 and 10.  

4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: How and When to Drop a Course:
The deadline to drop a class is Monday, November 24 at 5:00pm. You must go to your college's advising office to drop the class. Honors advisors cannot drop you from classes. For your college advising office location, visit http://www.ufadvising.ufl.edu/advisers.aspx  

You have a limited number of drops at UF. Generally, you have two drops for your first sixty hours attempted at UF (not including incoming credit brought in through AP/IB or dual enrollment) and two drops in upper-division. Hence it is not a good idea to use a drop lightly, as you may need it another semester in a true emergency.

Many people, including medical schools, recommend *not* dropping a course if you are earning a "C" or higher. A transcript littered with W's does not impress grad schools, med schools or prestigious scholarships competitions. On the other hand, those programs are not impressed with a D+ in a course you were too afraid to drop. 

If you drop a tracking course for your major, the drop may set you behind for that major. Dropping a tracking course may also be an indicator that you are in the wrong major.

A full-time course load is 12 hours, and students need to be at least full-time for some scholarships and financial aid. If you are not sure about course load requirements for your situation, please check with the Student Financial Aid Office.  

Students who are on Bright Futures must repay the cost of any courses dropped. For more information about Bright Futures repayment, contact Student Financial Affairs and not the Honors Program, as honors advisors are not financial aid advisors.

All the above being said, sometimes there is no other option and one needs to drop a course.  You should drop a course if you are clearly failing it (note, a "B" in a course does not equal failure).

5.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship (HC):
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi awards 51 fellowships of $5000 each and 6 at $15000 each to members entering their first year of graduate or professional study. Each Phi Kappa Phi chapter may select only one candidate from among its local applicants to compete for the Society-wide awards.

Selection is based on the applicant's promise of success in graduate or professional study, including academic achievement, service and leadership experience, letters of recommendation, work sample, personal statement and career goals, and acceptance at an approved graduate or professional program.

Open to all active Phi Kappa Phi members, or those who have accepted membership by June 30, 2015 and have applied to enroll as a full time student in a post-baccalaureate program of study during the next academic year.

Contact the local chapter representative, Jeanna Mastrodicasa, at [log in to unmask] for further information about the local deadline to apply. For more information, visit phikappaphi.org/fellowship

6.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant:
Phi Kappa Phi study abroad grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. There are 50 awards available at $1000 each. 

Open to any undergraduate student with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 who is participating in a study abroad program between May 1-November 30, 2015 (Session A) or December 1-May 31, 2016 (Session B). Must have applied and/or been accepted into a study abroad program. You do not have to be a member of Phi Kappa Phi to apply!

For more information and to apply, visit phikappaphi.org/studyabroad

Deadlines: February 15 for Session A programs; September 15 for Session B programs

7.	EVENT: Honors Holiday Party Registration Open:
Registration will be available starting Monday, November 17 for the Honors Holiday Party taking place on Monday, December 8 from 6:00-8:00pm at the University of Florida President's House. Tickets are free, but you must have a ticket in order to come, along with at least 2 food items for the local Bread of the Mighty Food Bank. 

There will be a limited number of tickets available, so please do not claim a ticket unless you are 100% certain you can attend the party. Those who cancel at the last minute or do not show up to the event will be required to reimburse the Honors Office for their ticket ($20), and they will not be allowed to participate in the Spring Honors Banquet. Seriously, do not register unless you are 100% planning to come to the event.

We will maintain a short waiting list if we run out of tickets. Tickets are non-transferable.  

Register here: http://bit.ly/honorsparty14




HONORS STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Art Show Now Accepting Submissions:
Wanna show your art? Brought to you by the Student Honors Organization, Luminaire is an opportunity for all UF artists to showcase their impressive visual and performance work. Submissions will be accepted until November 20. For those interested in attending the event and/or submitting art, please visit luminaireuf.wix.com/artshow or email [log in to unmask]




ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

9.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Film Screening: You Belong to Me (H-Box) (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
Ruby McCollum, age 42, shoots state senator-elect, Dr. Clifford LeRoy Adams, firing her .32-caliber revolver four times into his body, before going home and warming a bottle of milk for her infant daughter. What began as a bizarre murder case quickly turned into a bright light on the rotting underbelly of the Old South.  
 
A documentary, focusing on the McCollum case and the larger impacts on the community of Live Oak, titled You Belong to Me, will be screened in Pugh Hall at 6:00pm on Monday, November 17, followed by a panel discussion. The event and parking are free and open to the public. The panel will feature Churchill Roberts, College of Journalism and Communications, as moderator. Other panelists include:

- Hilary Saltzman, Producer of You Belong to Me
- Ken Nunn, Levin College of Law
- Paul Ortiz, Director, Samuel Proctor Oral History Program

Learn more at www.youbelongtome.net

10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Rap and Islam in France Lecture (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
On Tuesday, November 18 from 12:00-1:00pm in 200 Walker Hall, Ben Hebblethwaite, 2013-2014 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellow (Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures), will present, "Rap and Islam in France: Arabic Islamic Language Contact with Vernacular French."
 
Immigration to urban areas in contemporary French society has contributed significantly to the internationalization of language. This is most evident through cases of lexical borrowing. This presentation will discuss influences from Arabic, one of the main immigrant languages, in French vernacular rap. Rap lyrics form planned and poetic corpora that represent the urban vernacular spoken in the ethnic enclaves that surround French cities, especially Paris. 

This presentation focuses on the results from 73 lexical surveys that were collected in four weeks of fieldwork in Paris, 2014. Additional perspectives from observational research in 5 mosques as well as several hip hop concerts help to contextualize the results. I explore the meaning of the quantitative results and analyze variables like gender, age, languages known, and exposure to rap music. The French rap industry is the second largest in the world; the rappers who form the Muslim majority within it have a significant impact on accelerating the borrowing of numerous Arabic words and expressions in contemporary French.

11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Summer Prelaw Program in NYC with Cornell (NEW POSTING):
Thinking about becoming a lawyer? Then join us this summer for the Cornell University Prelaw Program in New York City. Designed for undergrads who will complete their sophomore year or higher by June 2015, this program features:
- A four-credit course, "Introduction to the American Legal System"
- A limited number of selective internships at law firms or in legal departments, and 
- The opportunity to explore the law and culture of New York City.

Internships are available to give you experience and insight into the law profession. They are optional, unpaid, limited in number, and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.  

Program dates are June 1-July 10. For more information, visit www.sce.cornell.edu/prelaw

12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: International Education Week (TODAY):
November 17 - 21 has been designated as International Education Week. International Education Week (IEW), a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, presents an annual opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. The University of Florida has developed a calendar of events in celebration of IEW, which you can find here: http://www.ufic.ufl.edu/PD/IEW.html 

13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Panel Discussion:
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers from UF and Gainesville will be available to share their experiences, have your questions answered, and offer tips to guide you through the application process.

Learn if PC is right for you! Peace Corps service is the opportunity of a lifetime and offers two years of international experience after graduation. https://www.ufic.ufl.edu/RPCV.html

This discussion will take place in the International Center's large conference room (the Hub) on Tuesday, November 18 from 3:00-3:50pm.

14.	STUDY ABROAD: Semester at Sea Info Session (HC) (NEW POSTING):
Join us for a Semester at Sea drop-in between 2:00-4:00pm on Tuesday, November 18 in the Small Conference Room at the UF International Center (Hub). This will be a great opportunity to speak with UF alumni about their experiences studying abroad with Semester at Sea and learn about upcoming voyages.

15.	STUDY ABROAD: UF in Rome Info Session (HC) (NEW POSTING):
Do you dream of studying abroad in Rome? You can make it happen! The UF in Rome Language and Culture Program (Summer B 2015) will hold an information session on Wednesday, November 19 at 5:10pm in PUGH 302. Visit the program website for further information: 
http://users.clas.ufl.edu/sherrie/roma2015

Contact: Professor Sherrie Nunn, [log in to unmask]

16.	STUDY ABROAD: Study Abroad Survey - For All Students:
The UF International Center is conducting a survey of student perceptions of study abroad and is inviting you to participate! Whether or not you have participated in study abroad, your opinion is important to us. If you are currently enrolled at UF and at least 18 years old, we would love to hear from you.

The International Center will use your survey responses to develop new initiatives that encourage student participation in study abroad.

To take the survey, go to: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9HMEtXeMfjvWhXT

If you have questions about the survey, contact Jessica Childers ([log in to unmask])

17.	INTERNSHIP: Campaign Manager for City Commission Candidate (HC) (NEW POSTING):
My name is Lucas Jewell, and I'm running for Gainesville City Commission District 1. The election is on March 17. The position I'm looking to fill is the campaign manager position. This person will have an integral role in formulating a winning election strategy. The campaign has already raised some money, so the campaign manager will advise the treasurer and candidate on the most efficient methods of allocating campaign funds. I'm looking for someone who is very organized and comfortable with delegating tasks. The campaign website isn't up yet, but we have Facebook.com/VoteForJewell with a campaign platform posted. Those interested can email a statement of interest with relevant qualifications to [log in to unmask]

18.	RESEARCH: Amgen Scholars Program with the NIH (HC) (NEW POSTING):
NIH-Amgen Scholars will spend the summer (June 8-August 14) working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research.

NIH-Amgen Scholars will be immersed in a culture of translational science and will explore important elements of the basic, translational and clinical research enterprise. Scholars will be matched with research mentors in the Intramural Research Program (IRP) on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

Scholars will receive a monthly stipend and Transhare benefits for travel within the Metro DC area. Housing and travel support for all NIH-Amgen Scholars will be arranged by the Foundation for the NIH.

This program is designed for students interested in a PhD and combined degree programs in the sciences, not for pre-med students. Students with experience with health disparities and a keen interest in learning more about the biological, environmental, social, and genetic causes of health disparities are especially encouraged to apply. Any science discipline is eligible.

Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Be enrolled for Fall 2015 as an undergraduate. Be a rising junior or senior. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher. Application: https://www.training.nih.gov/programs/sip 

Applications are due February 2 at 11:59pm. Complete the standard NIH Summer Internship Program application and choose NIH-Amgen Scholars Program from the drop-down menu in item 9. You should discuss three important elements in the cover letter: research interests and educational/career goals; understanding of, experience with, and interest in learning more about health disparities; leadership experiences in school and in the community.

19.	RESEARCH: Amgen Scholars Program at MIT (HC):
Now entering its ninth year, the Amgen-UROP Scholars Program invites undergraduates to participate in faculty-mentored summer research in MIT laboratories. This intensive nine-week program focuses on cultivating and supporting partnerships between MIT faculty and undergraduates in the areas of science and biotechnology. Students indicating a strong desire to engage in research collaborations within these areas will be selected from colleges and universities from around the U.S., as well as the MIT undergraduate population.

Eligible MIT research areas: biological engineering, biology, brain and cognitive sciences, environmental health sciences, chemistry, chemical engineering, clinical research, health sciences and technology, mechanical engineering (bioeng/biotech only), learning and memory

Amgen-UROP scholars work 40 hours per week for nine week and earn $4320. In addition, an $800 meal allowance and on-campus housing is provided. Travel to and from MIT is provided. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, sophomores through non-graduating seniors, a 3.2 GPA or above, and an interest in pursuing a PhD or MD-PhD. This program is highly competitive - only 15 students from non-MIT universities will be selected.

For more information and to apply, visit http://mit.edu/urop/amgenscholars  




LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

20.	VOLUNTEER: TailGator Recycling Program (NEW POSTING):
Volunteer with the TailGator Recycling program this Saturday, November 22 from 10:00-11:30AM. 

You can sign up using the following survey link: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_02n2GxqHsJ5hYrz

For more information, please refer to the Sustainable UF Facebook page.

21.	LEADERSHIP: NaviGators International Mentor Applications (NEW POSTING):
Are you interested in international cultures? Are you looking to expand your horizons and make friends with students from all over the world? If so, NaviGators International is for you! Every semester, we pair each of our American students with an international exchange student. You serve as their guide to Gainesville, to Florida and to the United States in general. Long-lasting friendships are not uncommon between our mentors and mentees, and we offer several fun trips for our American and international students during every semester. 

To apply and for more details, please visit http://www.ufnavigatorsinternational.com/




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Poinsettias in the Butterfly Rainforest:
Visit the "Butterfly Rainforest" exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History from November 15 through December 31 to see the remarkable presentation of multicolor poinsettias, which make an ideal backdrop for holiday photographs. Daily butterfly releases are held at 2:00pm with additional weekend releases at 3:00pm and 4:00pm, weather permitting. UF students with a valid Gator 1 card receive free admission year-round.

23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, September 17 (TODAY):
- Society of Viral Studies at 7:00pm in Little Hall 109. Speaker: Dr. Jacqueline Hobbs will discuss her research involving adeno-associated virus and parvovirus B19. 

- Dental Chapter of Volunteers Around the World at 9:00pm, meet in front of the potato at Turlington. Focus: Open to all students and majors interested in making a difference in dental clinics. Contact: [log in to unmask]

24.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, September 19:
- Neuroscience Club at 7:20pm in Little Hall, room 121. Focus: Data Blitz where six undergraduate students will be giving brief 5 minute presentations about their research. Contact: [log in to unmask]

25.	EVENT: Palestinian People's Week (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
A celebration of Palestinian culture as a form of resistance against oppression and discrimination. 

Monday, November 17: Palestinian Cultural Fair at the Plaza of the Americas, 11:00am-2:00pm.

Tuesday, November 18: Co-Sponsored Cultural Fashion Show with Arabic Student Association in the Grand Ballroom, Salon E at 6:30pm.

Wednesday, November 19: Vigil for Palestine in Turlington Plaza at 5:30pm.

Thursday, November 20: Hands off Al Aqsa Demonstration, Time/Place TBA.

26.	EVENT: The State of Women's Affairs Address (NEW POSTING):
The State of Women's Affairs Address is a meeting of engaged student body members, Gainesville citizens, student organization leaders, campus powers, and city officials. This event seeks to address the current, past, and future climate for woman-identified peoples both on campus and in the larger surrounding area. The event will be on Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00pm in the Pugh Ocora.

27.	EVENT: RUB Entertainment presents: Corin Roddick of Purity Ring DJ Set:
Start your week off right with a free concert! RUB Entertainment is hosting Corin Roddick of Purity Ring. He will be performing a DJ set in the Grand Ballroom on Tuesday, November 18 from 9:30-11:00pm. Wristbanding starts at 9:00pm and backpacks will not be allowed.

Come out and bring your friends for a fun-filled Tuesday night!

28.	EVENT: ASTRA Headshots Fundraiser (TODAY):
Spring 2015 Career Showcase will come up before you know it. Professional headshots are just what you need to polish off your resume, LinkedIn profile, and more.

ASTRA is a service/leadership organization that is offering the chance to have your photo taken by our very own photographer, Abdullah Gazlan on Monday, November 17 from 5:00-7:00pm in Stuzin 104.

Employers and recruiters will love the clean, professional headshots that show you to be the skillful, competent candidate that you are. They cost $3 for ASTRA members, and $5 for non-members. Come dressed to impress, and your photos will be e-mailed to you promptly after the meeting.

Don't forget to RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1723872554503518

All proceeds will go towards Ronald McDonald House charities. More information can be found at the following link: http://rmhcncf.org/

29.	EVENT: CASU and RUB Present: The New Faces of Food (TODAY):
Join the Culinary Arts Student Union and RUB Entertainment for the New Faces of Food on Monday, November 17 in the Grand Ballroom. Doors open and food from Classic Fare Catering will be served at 7:00pm. The show will start at 7:30pm, featuring a keynote from Top Chef contestant Katie Weinner. Several Gainesville area chefs, as well as a local farmer, will also be giving talks and demonstrations. Food and prizes will be raffled. This is certain to be an exciting, star-studded evening that you do not want to miss!



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