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

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Wednesday, March 26, 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: Support the Honors Program through the Senior Legacy Campaign:
2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Daily Hiatus:
3.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Walk-in Hours Canceled for 4/1:
4.	ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: No-Show Policy:
5.	STUDY ABROAD: Honors Service Learning Abroad in India through WVU:
6.	INTERNSHIP: 2014-2015 Honors Special Events Interns - Updated (TODAY):
7.	EVENT: TEDxSUU Streamed Online:
HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Student Honors Organization Candidate Speeches:
9.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Marathon Kickoff Tickets (TODAY):
10.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting:
11.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Ultimate Tournament:
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Department of Political Science Film Series: A Time to Kill (NEW POSTING):
13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Women in Politics:
14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Waiting on Law School Admissions Decisions Workshop (TODAY):
15.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Outstanding Freshmen Leadership Awards (NEW POSTING):
16.	JOB OPPORTUNITY: Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice (TODAY):
17.	RESEARCH: April Undergraduate Research Seminar (NEW POSTING):
18.	RESEARCH: Summer Research Internship in Agroecology (NEW POSTING):
19.	RESEARCH: REU in Coastal Dune Dynamics in Virginia:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
20.	ANNOUNCEMENT: UF Mascot Auditions (NEW POSTING):
21.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Thursday, April 3:
22.	EVENT: Dance-a-thon for Gainesville Equality Youth (NEW POSTING):
23.	EVENT: Gator Allies Gender Identity Workshop (NEW POSTING):
24.	EVENT: Inch by Inch (NEW POSTING):
25.	EVENT: Stomp the Swamp Presents: A Benefit for Dancers Responding to AIDS (NEW POSTING):
26.	EVENT: Women Across Cultures (TODAY):
27.	EVENT: Entrepreneur Panel (TODAY):
28.	EVENT: "American Tapestry" Concert (TODAY):
29.	EVENT: A Light In The Dark Benefit Concert (TODAY):





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Support the Honors Program through the Senior Legacy Campaign:
The Senior Legacy is a campaign created by the Florida Fund as an opportunity to say "Thanks!" to an institution that has made a lasting impact on your life in an equally lasting and meaningful way. Since 1995, graduating seniors have given thousands of dollars in support of the University of Florida. These students have left a legacy of excellent programming and resources for the benefit of future Gators - including you!

Your gift will allow UF to continue the tradition of offering excellent education, facilities, resources, and opportunities to students. Your support also provides the tools to further advance research and enhance the educational environment that make us all proud to call ourselves Gators. 

Every senior is being asked to give $20.14 to honor your graduation year. While the majority of gifts will be at this level, the university often receives gifts at many levels - any amount helps. Seniors will be contacted about the Senior Legacy campaign on several occasions, including at Grad Bash through the Alumni Association.

For the first time, the Honors Program is able to benefit directly from the Senior Legacy campaign. We are very excited about this opportunity, as it means our own students have the opportunity to contribute directly to a program that we hope has had a great impact on them while at UF - whether through the Honors community at Hume, honors courses, advising, student organizations, support to attend conferences such as Gatorship, or other honors opportunities. 

To make sure your Senior Legacy gift benefits the Honors Program, you can give directly through this link: www.uff.ufl.edu/Appeals/HonorsSeniors . If you decide to give during Grad Bash using a Senior Legacy card, please write in "Honors Program" as the beneficiary of your gift.

And of course, seniors aren't the only ones who can donate through the Senior Legacy campaign. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are welcome to contribute as well - in fact, you have the opportunity to recognize someone in your gift. Why not "honor" a senior honors student?

Thanks to everyone for their support of the Honors Program - we couldn't do this without you!

2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Daily Hiatus:
The Honors Daily will be on hiatus from March 31 - April 4. If you have any announcements that need to be posted during that time, please submit them this week so they can run early. Thanks!

3.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Walk-in Hours Canceled for 4/1:
Dr. Johnson's walk-in advising hours will be canceled on Tuesday, April 1. We are sorry for the inconvenience. 

4.	ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: No-Show Policy:
As you may know, the Honors Office is currently understaffed while we complete our search for a new honors advisor. Advising appointments will be limited during advanced registration since there are only two advisors available - both of whom are covering additional responsibilities. As such, we have had to develop a new policy for students who don't show up for their advising appointments. 

If you make an advising appointment and do not show up, you will not be allowed to make another appointment with an honors advisor until after April 10. You may still come during walk-in hours for quick questions only. 

We have very limited availability right now. Not only is it disrespectful to advisors to not show up for time we have set aside for you, but it is also disrespectful to your peers who are trying to get in to see an advisor and could have used your appointment time. 

If you have made an advising appointment and find that you cannot keep it, please cancel at least 24 hours in advance so another student can take your appointment. You should cancel by calling (352) 392-1519. Remember, we do not make same-day appointments.

5.	STUDY ABROAD: Honors Service Learning Abroad in India through WVU:
West Virginia University's Honors College is partnering with Amizade, a Global Service Learning organization, to offer a 4-credit honors service learning program in Tamil Nadu, India from June 30-July 21. Total program cost is $6225 and includes course delivery and instruction through WVU, roundtrip airfare from Pittsburgh to Chennai, India, accommodations, 3 meals per day, multiple field trips and activities, and comprehensive travel insurance. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/ORuDWV 

Through this program participants will have the opportunity to better understand the cultural identity of the region by exploring the rich history and current culture of the Union Territories of Puducherry, (formerly Pondicherry) a colony that was under French rule for over 300 years. 

Participants will study Puducherry's past and examine how that has influenced and shaped its present-day culture through the various elements that comprise culture - namely, history, art, literature, folktales, architecture, music, religion, cuisine, dress, traditions and more. Participants will also travel to a variety of sites and locations such as landmarks, monuments, public places (e.g., markets, stores), schools, museums, government buildings, and more, to gain a thorough appreciation of local culture and study regional customs and participate in local activities.

As part of this program participants will be exposed to the local life of the small village where they will volunteer as a counselor at a leadership camp.

Students who are interested in applying should contact Dr. Ryan Claycomb, Assistant Dean of the Honors College at [log in to unmask]

6.	INTERNSHIP: 2014-2015 Honors Special Events Interns - Updated (TODAY):
Up to four honors students will be selected to serve as special events coordinators for the Honors Program during the 2014-2015 academic year. Interns will have the opportunity to work with all aspects of event coordination, including facility arrangements and other logistical planning, communication with clients and other stakeholders, advertising and public relations, event setup and execution, and event evaluation and follow-up. Interns must be able to work independently, quickly, and under pressure; have excellent written and oral communication skills; and exhibit a close attention to details.

Under supervision of the Honors Office, interns will be expected to coordinate a major program in the fall (potentially involving the Alumni Association) and the annual Honors Banquet in April. There is potential to add smaller events throughout the year based on the interests of the interns. 

Preference will be given to applicants who will not be involved in a major capacity with another honors student organization next year. Students selected will be registered for 1 Honors Internship credit during the fall and spring semesters, although the tuition for that credit will be reimbursed by the Honors Office. Interns meet weekly for an hour, and then spend time working independently on their assigned tasks. 

Please think carefully about other commitments before applying - Honors interns carry a great deal of responsibility and must be willing to commit fully to the position. We have removed the requirement that students be rising juniors - any honors student who has an interest in event planning may apply.

To apply, please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in applying for this internship, as well as a 1-2 page resume highlighting only your experiences coordinating events or similar activities. Don't forget to include your contact information on your resume and cover letter. These materials are due to Dr. Melissa Johnson at [log in to unmask] by 11:59pm on Wednesday, March 26. Applicants will be contacted by email if they have been selected for an interview. Questions? Contact Dr. Johnson.

7.	EVENT: TEDxSUU Streamed Online:
Our colleagues at the Honors Program at Southern Utah University are hosting TEDxSUU this Thursday, March 27, from 7:00-9:00pm MDT (that's 9:00-11:00pm for us), and the event will be streamed live at http://goo.gl/1dYfzO 

TEDx is a program licensed under TED.com offering independent organizations the chance to bring the "ideas worth spreading" ethos of TED to their local communities. SUU Honors was one of the first university groups to sponsor an event back when the TEDx movement began. The theme for this year's conference is ExPERIENCE. 

TEDxSUU speakers include performance poets, a university Provost, an undergraduate sea turtle researcher, a leader in the online learning industry and a physical chemistry professor who, as an undergraduate intern, made meth (legally) for a federal government research project.




HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Student Honors Organization Candidate Speeches:
Missed your opportunity to attend Rock the Vote? The candidates running for office within the Student Honors Organization have recorded their speeches attached to the link below. We highly encourage that you watch them and learn about the different candidates' platforms. Voting will take place online between March 26th and 27th (keep an eye on your e-mail for the link)

http://www.youtube.com/user/UFSHO

9.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Marathon Kickoff Tickets (TODAY):
Looking for some fun carnival games, awesome Miracle Kids, and food courtesy of Texas Roadhouse for only $7? Sign up for a Dance Marathon Kickoff ticket! Kickoff is on April 1 from 5:00-7:30pm at Flavet Field, a quick walk from Hume and a decent amount of parking if you're driving. All ticket orders are due by March 26 at 5:00pm. 

Here's the link to order tickets: http://bit.ly/1d9Wj4F

Contact Honors DM Team delegate Kate Rheaume at [log in to unmask] if you have any questions.

10.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting:
Honors Without Borders will be holding its next meeting on Thursday, March 27 at 7:30pm in the New Physics Building, Room 1011.

11.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Ultimate Tournament:
A co-ed 7v7 charity ultimate tournament for players of all skill-levels, the Honors Without Borders Ultimate Tournament will take place Saturday, April 19 at Hume Field beginning at 3:15pm. The $10 per UF student and $15 per non-UF student collections will go directly to the Cancer Research Institute (http://www.cancerresearch.org). Winners should expect to receive tournament shirts! To sign-up, edit your team, and submit your team name, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1dplLDz




ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Department of Political Science Film Series: A Time to Kill (NEW POSTING):
The Department of Political Science is hosting a film series for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. All films will be shown in 034 Anderson from 6:00-9:00pm. The idea is to have a relatively informal venue with relatively entertaining films, which nonetheless may have more political significance than the lens through which we may view them when for pure entertainment.

There is an historical trajectory suggested in this film series, as well as a common theme regarding changes in state power, and in the relationship between state/economic/social actors, over time. For more information, please contact the film series coordinator, Patricia Woods, at [log in to unmask]

Monday, March 31: Film - A Time to Kill. A race- and gender-charged legal battle in a Southern court in the United States, c. 1980s. Dr. Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons, Assistant Professor, Department of Religion and Affiliate, Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research, will give introductory remarks.

13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Women in Politics:
Women in America today have achieved notable gains in local, state, and federal politics, but there is still a long way to go before government is representative of all women in society. The Women's Student Association presents this lecture as part of Women's History Month. Dr. Lynn Leverty, of the political science department and Bob Graham Center, will present historical context and analysis of women's involvement in politics in the US. There will also be presentations by various political student organizations across campus to offer attendees the opportunity to get involved. This event will be Thursday, March 27 in the Pugh Hall Ocora at 6:00pm. Light refreshments will be provided.

14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Waiting on Law School Admissions Decisions Workshop (TODAY):
"What to do While Waiting on Law School Admission Decisions" workshop is taking place on the following dates:  
- Wednesday, March 26 from 10:40-11:30am in 200 Farrior Hall

Are you a pre-law student in your senior year awaiting decisions from the law schools to which you have applied? This time of year can be challenging as you play the waiting game. This workshop will discuss tips and resources to assist you in making the best choices as you wait to hear back from law schools. Topics will include ways to continue to research the law schools you are waiting to hear from, debunking myths about waitlists, what to do if you get accepted to one school but you are still waiting to hear from others, and getting your financials in order for law school.

15.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: Outstanding Freshmen Leadership Awards (NEW POSTING):
Calling all UF freshmen leaders: Be sure to apply to UF Savant Leadership Honorary's Outstanding Freshmen Leadership Award. More information can be found at www.savantuf.org

Applications can be accessed here http://goo.gl/9GkKwN

16.	JOB OPPORTUNITY: Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice (TODAY):
The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will be hosting an information session on Wednesday, March 26 at 8:00pm to discuss careers in community organizing with students and alumni interested in empowering communities and working for social change.

RSVP to [log in to unmask] with your name, phone number, and graduation date. You will then receive webinar access instructions.

DART hires and trains organizers to lead campaigns on a broad set of justice issues including:

- Plugging the school-to-prison pipeline
- Reining in predatory lending practices
- Expanding access to primary health and dental care
- Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training
- Education reform in low-performing public schools

Strong preference for fluent Spanish speakers to organize in Tampa Bay area.

Other placements sites include cities in Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina, and Virginia. Positions start June 16. Starting salary $34,000/year + benefits, with regular performance-based raises.

To find out more about DART or to apply, visit www.thedartcenter.org or contact Hannah Wittmer at [log in to unmask] or (785) 438-9808.   

17.	RESEARCH: April Undergraduate Research Seminar (NEW POSTING):
The April Undergraduate Research Seminar will be taking place on Wednesday, April 2 at 5:30pm, in Leigh Hall Room 309. Lindsey Backman from Dr. Kevin Brown's group in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Matthew Boles from Dr. Juan-Carlos Molleda's group in the Department of Public Relations will be presenting their undergraduate research. Pizza and beverages will be provided. All are welcome to attend. 

We are currently looking for speakers to present for the following Summer and Fall semesters' seminars: June 4, July 2, August 6, September 3,  October 1, November 5, and December 3. More details can be found on our website, http://cnem.chem.ufl.edu/undergraduate_research_seminar.html

18.	RESEARCH: Summer Research Internship in Agroecology (NEW POSTING):
Seeking motivated, enthusiastic undergraduate student who wants to gain independent research experience. Mid-May to Mid-August, full-time paid position ($10-13/hour depending on experience and qualifications). Projects will combine field surveys, laboratory work, and development of outreach materials related to pest management in alfalfa and wheat. Position will be based in Laramie, WY, with travel required throughout southeastern WY. Laramie is located near beautiful recreation areas and is a nice place to spend the summer.

Required: Driver's license; availability 40 hours M - F from 8:00am-5:00pm; willingness to work outdoors in sunny, hot, difficult conditions; willingness and interest in working with insects; ability to work independently, with attention to detail, and communicate effectively; basic computer skills.

Preferred: Major related to agriculture or life sciences; previous coursework or research experience in entomology; interest and enthusiasm for developing well-designed outreach materials for agricultural producers (includes written, video, and web-based materials).

To apply, submit cover letter explaining why you want the position and a resume to Randa Jabbour at [log in to unmask] Phone interviews begin first week of April.

19.	RESEARCH: REU in Coastal Dune Dynamics in Virginia:
The Coastal Environmental Change Laboratory at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) and the Coastal Plant Ecology Lab at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) are looking for a motivated and energetic undergraduate student to participate as a research assistant in an interdisciplinary study of coastal dune dynamics during the summer of 2014.

This project is an investigation of the interactions between coastal dune grasses and sediment transport that give rise to coastal dune formation, as well as the impacts of climate change on coastal dune and barrier island systems.

The research assistant position is a NSF-REU funded through the Long-term Ecological Research program at the Virginia Coast Reserve (LTER-VCR). The successful applicant will spend 10 weeks living and working at the Anheuser-Busch Coastal Research Center at the VCR on Virginia's Eastern Shore. 

The successful candidate will gain exposure to interdisciplinary scientific research and experience using field and computational techniques often employed in the study of ecology and geomorphology, including monitoring of plant growth, measurements of topography and sand accretion rates as well as data entry and basic GIS applications.

Primary responsibilities will include collecting, entering and analyzing measurements from field experiments designed to understand the role of vegetation in dune building. The student will also have opportunities to work on related interdisciplinary research projects, potentially including use of numerical modeling.

Eligibility: Interested rising college juniors and seniors with some classroom, lab or field experience in environmental science, biology and/or geological science. Must be a U.S. citizen, or permanent resident (including possessions/territories) and willing to live in a remote location, able to walk and carry equipment in a hot, humid environment and work long hours outside.

Additional beneficial qualifications: Experience in data analysis, modeling, statistics, photography and/or GIS as well as experience camping or working in a rugged outdoor environment, are beneficial but not necessary.

Timing: The research assistantship extends 10 weeks, ideally from June 2 - August 8 and carries a stipend of $4500. Housing is provided. Food and travel to/from the field station are responsibility of the student.

To apply: Submit the following documents as PDF files to Theo Jass ([log in to unmask]):
1) A cover letter summarizing your background and interest in the position and including contact information for two references (preferably faculty members). 2) A resume or CV. 3) Transcript(s) (can be unofficial). 4) A statement of research and career interests. Application review will begin immediately.




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

20.	ANNOUNCEMENT: UF Mascot Auditions (NEW POSTING):
Do you have what it takes to be a mascot here at UF? Auditions for the 2014-2015 University of Florida Mascot Program will be held on March 28-29 in the Champion's Club at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. For more information on auditions visit Gatorzone.com/Spirit.

21.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Thursday, April 3:
- University Math Society at 4:00pm in Little Hall, room 101. Focus: Upcoming Gator Mathematics Competition, volunteering opportunities, and the end of year Integration Bee.

22.	EVENT: Dance-a-thon for Gainesville Equality Youth (NEW POSTING):
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Affairs at UF proudly presents our first ever Dance-a-thon. Join us on Sunday, March 30 in the Ustler Hall Atrium for 3 hours of hip-hop fitness and Zumba dancing. Sliding-scale cash donations will be accepted at the door. Most events like this charge $10-12. All money we raise at the event will directly go to Gainesville Equality Youth (GEY), a local LGBTQ youth group.

Doors open at 10:30am, and we will only allow people in until we reach capacity, so be sure to get there early. The event will run from 11:00am to 2:00pm. Be sure to wear sneakers and comfortable clothing, and bring a water bottle to stay hydrated! 

For more information, please check out our Facebook event page. https://www.facebook.com/events/414847145318256/

23.	EVENT: Gator Allies Gender Identity Workshop (NEW POSTING):
Celebrate all women this Women's History Month by learning more about gender! This special Gator Allies workshop will focus on gender identity and expression, and will discuss the wonderful trans* community. Join WSA and LB Hannahs from LGBT Affairs on Monday, March 31 at 6:00pm in the Matthew's Suite for an evening of education and inclusivity.

24.	EVENT: Inch by Inch (NEW POSTING):
Please join the UF Arts in Health's Inch X Inch 2014 on Wednesday, April 2 from 6:00-9:00pm at the Civic Media Center.

This unique charity event offers the opportunity for Gainesville community members to purchase original pieces of art made by professional artists and students. Each piece of art is priced based on the size, in other words, it is sold "by the inch." Light hors d'oeuvres will be offered, as well as musical entertainment by local musicians. Inch X Inch will benefit the Arts in Medicine Program in the Congo.

Questions? Contact us at [log in to unmask]

25.	EVENT: Stomp the Swamp Presents: A Benefit for Dancers Responding to AIDS (NEW POSTING):
On Friday, April 4 at 8:00pm, Stomp the Swamp, a rhythm tap group, along with Belly Gators, Danza, ASU, Ailigeadar Irish Dance Company and Independance, will put on a dance showcase benefitting the organization Dancers Responding to AIDS. The event will be held at the P.K. Yonge auditorium.

26.	EVENT: Women Across Cultures (TODAY):
In honor of Women's History Month, the Multicultural and Diversity Affairs Intercultural Engagement Team presents Women Across Cultures on Wednesday, March 26 at 6:30pm in the Arredondo Cafe.

Although women, as a collective group, have experienced various forms of oppression throughout history, women from various cultures have faced unique lived experiences. Come learn about these unique lived experiences and the various journeys of a Muslim woman, Jewish woman, Black woman, White woman, Hispanic woman, and a Trans* woman to achieve personal and professional success.

These women will be featured on a panel where they will be asked various questions concerning their identity and obstacles and privileges that they may have faced throughout their lives, professionally and personally. Those who attend will have a chance to speak and ask questions. 

Refreshments will be served. 

27.	EVENT: Entrepreneur Panel (TODAY):
Have you ever thought of being an entrepreneur in the future? Join Florida Women in Business and the Entrepreneurship Club on Wednesday, March 26 at 12:00pm in Bryan 232 for a casual panel featuring local entrepreneurs to learn about their experiences, the challenges they faced, and advice they have for future business leaders. 

The panel will feature entrepreneurs such as Kristen Hadeed from Student Maid, Aidan Augustin, co-founder of Feathr, and Alicia Woofter, founder of Alternatives Global Marketplace. 

After the panel, we will serve a light lunch and the participants will be free to network with the entrepreneurs. Students from all majors are encouraged to attend! 

Please attend the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/645588632164868 

28.	EVENT: "American Tapestry" Concert (TODAY):
The University of Florida Women's Chorale, Men's Glee Club, Jazz Choirs and African Choirs will come together for their Spring concert at the University Auditorium on Wednesday, March 26 at 7:30pm, presented by the UF School of Music. The theme is "American Tapestry," featuring works by American composers. The concert is free and open to the public.

29.	EVENT: A Light In The Dark Benefit Concert (TODAY):
Please join To Write Love On Her Arms-UF for our annual benefit show on Wednesday, March 26 at 8:00pm at High Dive. We will have several local musicians and spoken word poets. Tickets are only $4 in advance and $5 at the door. 

Contact [log in to unmask] with questions or to buy a ticket.

Join the Facebook event and invite your friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/497508640354889 




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To submit an announcement for posting, please complete the online form at http://www.honors.ufl.edu/apps/HonorsDaily.aspx

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