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

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Monday, April 7, 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.	INTERNSHIP: Partners in the Parks Summer Internship (NEW POSTING):
HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
3.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Final Meeting and Elections (NEW POSTING):
4.	EVENT: SHO Floor Feud (NEW POSTING):
5.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Ultimate Tournament:
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
6.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Creative Practices Symposium (NEW POSTING):
7.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Edible Book Contest (NEW POSTING):
8.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Emergency and Wilderness Medicine Summer Program in Colorado (NEW POSTING):
9.	COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: MCB 4934 Exploring Career Opportunities/Development in (Micro)Biology (NEW POSTING):
10.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: DC Gator Club Scholarship for UF Students:
11.	INTERNSHIP: Control Flu Fall Internship (NEW POSTING):
12.	INTERNSHIP: Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County Summer Internships:
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
13.	LEADERSHIP: Project Makeover Executive Board (NEW POSTING):
14.	LEADERSHIP: Servant Leader Roundtable:
15.	VOLUNTEER: MentorUF (NEW POSTING):
16.	VOLUNTEER: Green Energy Volunteer Program - WindAid:
17.	VOLUNTEER: Conversation Partners Needed:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
18.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Lavender Graduation (NEW POSTING):
19.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, April 7 (TODAY):
20.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Tuesday, April 8:
21.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, April 9:
22.	EVENT: Involvement Awards (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
23.	EVENT: WSA Week: Dance, Dance Revolution (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
24.	EVENT: Women Taking the Next Step (NEW POSTING):
25.	EVENT: Bands Without Borders (NEW POSTING):
26.	EVENT: Midnight Fun Run (NEW POSTING):





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.	INTERNSHIP: Partners in the Parks Summer Internship (NEW POSTING):
In addressing the goals and mission of the National Park Service, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Partners in the Parks, the ideal candidate will:

- Contribute to the diversity of the NPS workforce.
- Be a Partners in the Parks alumnus (or enrolled/graduated from a PITP host institution and have an understanding and appreciation for what we do.)
- Be able to begin May 12 and work through early or mid September 2014.
- Be currently enrolled or recently graduated from an NCHC Honors Program/College.
- Be willing, anxious and able to contribute to the summer season at Cedar Breaks National Monument according to the following  job description.

Job Description:
The intern will assist with all aspects of interpretation, visitor services, and fee collection at Cedar Breaks National Monument. The intern will provide visitors with information about the park; prepare and present formal as well as informal interpretive programs such as interpretive talks, guided walks and Junior Ranger programs; take the lead in coordinating three special events (Wildflower Festival, Stories of the Past Festival, and Fall Nature Festival); and staff the fee booth and visitor center information desk. The intern will participate in a Partners in the Park (PITP) academic adventure as well as accomplish project work for the PITP program.

Pay:  $11,102.31 (based on hourly wage, 40 hr work week, May 12 - Oct 13). The intern may negotiate for a shorter work period based on their Fall 2014 school schedule. The PITP Intern is expected to work at least through all of August.

Housing: NPS housing is available at the monument. ($267/month, shared apartment)

Transportation: The intern should provide his/her own transportation. I small stipend to assist in travel may be negotiated.

Deadline:  Applications must be received on or before April 21.

To apply: Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to: [log in to unmask]

If you have questions about this opportunity or Partners in the Parks, please contact Dr. Johnson at [log in to unmask] 




HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

3.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Final Meeting and Elections (NEW POSTING):
It all ends Thursday, April 10 at 7:30 in NPB1011. This is Honors Without Borders' last meeting of the semester (though we still have events continuing afterward), and we will be having elections.  This is an extremely important meeting for us, as members who are active will be allowed to vote for this upcoming year's exec board. And we will be providing Zaxby's. That's right. You're going to want to be there!

4.	EVENT: SHO Floor Feud (NEW POSTING):
SHO will be hosting a family feud-style game, pitting floor against floor on Thursday, April 10 from 8:30-10:30pm in the Hume Commons. The floor that wins will earn points toward Floor Wars, as well as a prize. Light refreshments will also be served. 

https://www.facebook.com/events/273787772787690/

5.	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

6.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Creative Practices Symposium (NEW POSTING):
Please join us for a great discussion of creative practices inside and outside the classroom, studio, laboratory, start-up and working contexts. The morning will feature presentations from three nationally recognized leaders whose research focuses on creativity from a multiplicity of disciplines and perspectives. The panel will be followed by breakout sessions with the panelists and UF moderators. Breakfast and lunch are included. This event takes place on Friday, April 25 from 8:00am-1:00pm in MUB101. Sponsored by the UF Creative Campus Initiative, Florida Innovation Hub, UF Honors Program, and the UF College of Fine Arts.

To RSVP, visit http://bit.ly/QX28ZE 

7.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Edible Book Contest (NEW POSTING):
All UF students, faculty and staff are invited to create an "edible book," and enter it in the George A. Smathers Libraries' contest on Wednesday, April 9 from 11:00am-12:00pm on the walkway in front of Library West. The only rules are that it must be edible and must be somehow related to a book!

A team of judges will determine the winner in each of the following categories, and the winners will be awarded prizes. Winners will be announced at 12:15pm. Winners do not have to be present to win.

Categories:
- People's Choice (voted by the public)
- Best Children's Book
- Best Non-Cake Entry
- Best Non-Fiction Book
- Best Pun

For more information, visit http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/readfest/ediblebook.html 

8.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Emergency and Wilderness Medicine Summer Program in Colorado (NEW POSTING):
The inaugural University of Colorado School of Medicine Pre-Med Emergency & Wilderness Medicine Program, designed specifically for undergraduate students (or recent grads) interested in medical, nursing, PA, PT, or dental school (or other related health professions) is now available for registration. Registration is now open for three offerings of the program this summer: June 1-13; August 8-20; and August 20-September 1.

The hospital-based first week will includes lectures from experts in international humanitarian relief, wilderness medicine and disaster response work; an ambulance ride-along with paramedic crews; shadowing residents and faculty physicians in a world-class emergency room; and hands-on skills labs including CPR, suturing, splinting and ultrasound workshops. 

The second week takes students to a basecamp located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains to focus on applying skills learned during the initial coursework. Learn or enhance outdoor skills such as map and compass, backpacking, canoeing, and rock climbing. Participate in authentic, scenario-based learning designed to teach the skills necessary to prevent, assess, and treat a variety of backcountry challenges and emergencies ranging from blisters to major trauma. 

In addition to learning about emergency and wilderness medicine, students will meet with members of medical school admissions committees and get the inside scoop on the medical school application process.  Students will also have time get to know successful emergency room physicians (as well as PAs, paramedics, and nurses), and learn what it takes to excel in a medical career. 

This unique program includes all instruction, labs and simulations, EMS ride-alongs, Emergency Department shadowing, lunches and snacks, a week at a local camp (all food and lodging included), recreational activities, transportation to and from camp, group camping gear, and a certificate of completion.  It does not include breakfasts, dinners, and lodging for the first week, nor personal camping equipment.

Five to six full scholarships are available for each of the three 2014 sections. To apply for a scholarship, potential students can contact Dr. Todd Miner at [log in to unmask]

At the completion of the two-week hands-on program, students will have gained invaluable exposures to emergency and wilderness medicine. Students will better understand the track to medical school and have obtained a valuable addition to their application to medical or other health professional schooling. They will benefit from getting to know medical school faculty and inside knowledge regarding a successful medical career, and perhaps most importantly, they will have gained the skills to treat and/or save the life of a friend or family member in the event of an emergency in the backcountry or just the backyard.
	
You can learn more about the program at http://www.coloradowm.org/undergraduate_courses.html, or directly register at https://www.regonline.com/UofColoEmergWildMed

9.	COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: MCB 4934 Exploring Career Opportunities/Development in (Micro)Biology (NEW POSTING):
MCB4934 is intended to benefit students making career decisions and organizing their academic credentials to support these decisions. The class will be taught as a lecture/presentation and discussion/activity hands-on course with emphasis on exploring a wide variety of career opportunities in professional schools, academia, industry and alternative professions for (micro)-biology majors and related fields. Throughout the semester a diversity of successful guest speakers will be available for the students to interact with the students and to share their experiences. The students will receive personalized career development feedback from a variety of successful scientists. This interaction with successful scientists in the various career domains will be beneficial to prepare students for successful and rewarding futures, both as balance to and for those not pursuing academic and medical career opportunities. 
 
This class is well suited for pre-professional students to gain insight to obtain internships, embark on post-graduate (bridge) options and to understand that many successful careers have a very non-linear and unconventional path.
 
We encourage you to take the in class session as the one-to-one interaction with the speakers can be extremely valuable.

Career Opportunities (1 credit): Wednesdays, period 8
Career Development (2 credits): Wednesdays, period 8-9

Sections for Fall 2014:
MCB4934 05E2 (2CR) in class session
MCB4934 0905 (1CR) in class session
MCB4934 1441 (1CR) Web section

10.	SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: DC Gator Club Scholarship for UF Students:
The DC Gator Club will be awarding two scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each to University of Florida students with internships in the DC area during the 2014 summer term. A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to Fall / Spring interns. Scholarships will be awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement as well as professional promise and a commitment to Gator Nation. Consideration will be given for the additional financial burden on those who have unpaid internships, but all Gator interns are encouraged to apply. The applicant's online application, resume and unofficial transcript must be submitted by the application deadline, April 30.

The application is available at www.dcgators.com under Scholarships. Results will be announced on May 23. Winners may be asked to send official transcripts before awards are granted.  Feel free to contact Lucy Fort or Sharyn Aufenanger at [log in to unmask] with questions.

11.	INTERNSHIP: Control Flu Fall Internship (NEW POSTING):
The Control Flu program is seeking unpaid interns to help plan, implement, and evaluate Alachua County's nationally-recognized School Influenza Immunization Program. We provide dynamic internship opportunities, giving insight and experience in healthcare promotion and disease prevention.
 
Applicants should be dedicated, dependable individuals interested in public health who are available Wednesday or Thursday mornings during Fall 2014, able to dedicate 10-20 hours a week, and have reliable transportation for field work. Interns will be working with staff and faculty at the Emerging Pathogens Institute and College of Nursing, and professionals from the school district/health department.

To read more about the impact of our program, please visit http://www.gainesville.com/article/20130424/ARTICLES/130429781 and our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ControlFlu.

For further inquiry or to request an application, contact April Wu, Program Coordinator, at [log in to unmask] Applications are due Wednesday, April 30 at noon.

12.	INTERNSHIP: Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County Summer Internships:
The Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. 

We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2014 internships. Our internship programs give students the chance to work in their field and build valuable hands-on experience. There are a wide range of field experience opportunities for students with different majors and career interests. Applications are due April 21.

The Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County offers many different internship positions such as:
Administrative, Marketing, Public Relations, Program Assistant, Event Planning, Outreach, Fundraising, Volunteer Management, Resource Development, and Webmaster / Media.
 
To apply, please visit: www.bgcacinternship.com  

For more information about the Boys & Girls Club of America, visit: www.bgca.org




LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

13.	LEADERSHIP: Project Makeover Executive Board (NEW POSTING):
Looking for a way to give back? Project Makeover is searching for dedicated leaders who are passionate about service and the community to join the 2014-2015 executive board. Application is due by Thursday, April 10. Apply here http://goo.gl/dTXGa6  

14.	LEADERSHIP: Servant Leader Roundtable:
Do you have suggestions about the current state of the University of Florida's leadership and service programs? Attend this year's Student Leader Roundtable! This semesterly event gives all campus leadership and service organizations an opportunity to provide input on the University's leadership and service programming, examine ways to increase collaboration among similar organizations across campus, and determine the best support the Center for Leadership and Service can provide to their organizations. This Servant Leader Roundtable is scheduled for April 8 from 6:30-8:30pm. RSVP at http://bit.ly/OolhSg

15.	VOLUNTEER: MentorUF (NEW POSTING):
Applications are now available for MentorUF, a group of mentoring organizations dedicated to improving the lives of local elementary, middle, and high school students. With 4 distinct mentoring opportunities, you can choose a program that is best for you. As a mentor you will meet with your student(s) each week, spending time working on academics and doing fun activities. We will work with your schedule to find a time when you can mentor, with opportunities to mentor anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours per week! Apply here: http://www.leadershipandservice.ufl.edu/programs/mentoruf/

16.	VOLUNTEER: Green Energy Volunteer Program - WindAid:
Are you interested in volunteering abroad? Do you want to go to Peru to construct wind turbines? Then this is what you have to do:

WindAid is a social entrepreneurship project that provides wind turbines to communities in Peru who are in need of electricity. Volunteers who join our WindAid placement program get to build and install a wind turbine in just four weeks. It is the financial contribution and work of the volunteers during the WindAid program that covers the cost of the wind turbine and installation such that the completed wind turbine is presented to the recipient community for free. We also work in partnership with local communities and other non-governmental organizations and charities to identify suitable recipients of the wind turbines manufactured by our volunteers. 
You do not need to have any special skills to participate!

Check our webpage: http://www.windaid.org/home.html 

17.	VOLUNTEER: Conversation Partners Needed:
Would you like to help an international student practice English? Then, volunteer as a Conversation Partner through the English Language Institute at UF! No foreign language experience is needed. The program is designed to help students practice English in a friendly setting as well as meet Americans and make friends. Volunteers should plan on spending about an hour each week with their partner. Pairing runs until the end of the semester.  Most of the remaining students speak Portuguese and Arabic. For more information, please email Lauren your name, email, phone number, gender, and preferences to [log in to unmask]  




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

18.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Lavender Graduation (NEW POSTING):
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Affairs is hosting our annual Lavender Graduation on Friday, April 18 at 7:00pm. Lavender Graduation is a graduation ceremony to acknowledge all the achievements and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally students at the University of Florida. The event is to recognize these students' leadership and community service experiences that have made a difference in improving the campus climate regarding to LGBT issues. If you are graduating, please notify the LGBT Affairs to be recognized and receive a Lavender Graduation certificate as well as a rainbow tassel. 

Also LGBT Affairs is looking for candidates for Spring 2014 Community Impact Awards (due April 7). For more information, please go to: http://lgbt.multicultural.ufl.edu/programs_services/lavender_graduation/awards/

To RSVP for the event, please follow this link: http://lgbt.multicultural.ufl.edu/programs_services/lavender_graduation/rsvp/

19.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, April 7 (TODAY):
- Gators for Haven Hospice at 6:30pm in MAT 0103. Focus: Networking opportunities for hospice volunteers at UF while promoting the goals of Haven Hospice. Find out how to apply to be an officer and about the Pat Bellis Scholarship. For more information: gators4hh.com . Contact: Megan Le at [log in to unmask] 

20.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Tuesday, April 8:
- UF Habitat at 8:20pm in 110 Rinker Hall. Focus: Upcoming Habitat builds, events, and fundraising. Nominations for officer positions will be held at this meeting. Those who sign up for builds at the meetings have preference for selection.

21.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, April 9:
- Women's Student Association at 6:30pm in 1002 New Physics Building. Focus: Love Mean Girls? Want to talk about how media influences women's relationships in our culture? Have you ever felt personally victimized by your own Regina George? Want to discuss how to break down stereotypes and encourage positive relationships amongst women on the UF campus and beyond? Join us for our last meeting of the semester. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/289165051238562/ 

22.	EVENT: Involvement Awards (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
You're invited to the Involvement Awards! Please join us on Monday, April 7, at 6:00pm in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom as we take off to celebrate student activities in global style, including dinner, entertainment, and awards. Attendance is free, and a good time is guaranteed. Doors open at 5:30pm, so grab your passport to involvement and we'll see you there. 

Officially RSVP at http://bit.ly/iAwardsRSVP2014 and join us on Facebook at http://bit.ly/iAwards2014onFB

23.	EVENT: WSA Week: Dance, Dance Revolution (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
Join WSA's Women's Leadership Institute Class I on Monday, April 7 for our first event of WSA Week 2014, as we explore the intersections of gender and dance culture. There will be a presentation and discussion in the beginning, followed by two 20-minute dance workshops by the African Student Union dance troupe and Belly Gators. 

The event will begin at 7:00pm, so invite your friends, put on some comfortable dance attire and come out to the Pugh Hall Ocora for an exciting and informative evening! RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/677643642281921

24.	EVENT: Women Taking the Next Step (NEW POSTING):
On Tuesday, April 8 from 6:00-8:00pm, the Women's Leadership Institute is proud to present "Women Taking the Next Step." This tea party-themed networking panel will feature career and graduate student women from the Gainesville and UF community. The event will focus on providing students with a greater awareness of how women can achieve their goals for the future, and give them the chance to connect with women faculty and community members. Join us for an empowering evening filled with networking opportunities and some wise insights regarding career opportunities and graduate school. Refreshments will be served, and business casual attire is encouraged. Grab a friend and join us in the Ustler Hall Atrium for an event that is not to be missed!

25.	EVENT: Bands Without Borders (NEW POSTING):
Join Engineers Without Borders for our first ever Bands Without Borders Benefit Concert. The $5 cover will guarantee you a night you won't forget with some of Gainesville's hottest local bands! The event is on Wednesday, April 9 at the High Dive (210 SW 2nd Ave) at 8:00pm. Doors open at 7:00pm.

All proceeds go towards our project in Khanalthok, Nepal, which aims to bring potable water to a secondary school in their community.

For more information about the event, visit: www.facebook.com/events/249766605196078/
For more information about the project, visit: www.ewb-uf.org/

26.	EVENT: Midnight Fun Run (NEW POSTING):
Join us for the 8th annual Midnight Fun Run, a 5K run or 1 mile walk around UF's Lake Alice. The event is on the last day of spring classes, Wednesday, April 23, 11:59pm. Registration is available on RSConnect. 

Registration for Gator 1 Card Holders (including students and staff) is $12 and includes event shirt and breakfast after the event. Cardholders can register guests for $20, which includes event shirt and breakfast. 

Participants can register onsite (cash and checks only) for $10, which includes breakfast but does not include the event shirt. 

Register by April 7 for guaranteed shirt size. Registration after April 7 does not guarantee preference of shirt size, and the distribution will be first come, first serve at check in starting at 8:00am at Southwest Recreation Center on April 23. For more information, visit recsports.ufl.edu




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

Connect to the Honors Program - 
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UFHonors
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/UFHonors
Instagram: http://instagram.com/ufhonors  
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ufhonors/ 
Calendar: http://bit.ly/ufhonorscalendar 
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/e/vgh/2898425/


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

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