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

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Thursday, September 4, 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: Blog for the Honors Program (NEW POSTING):
2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Text Message Reminders from Honors (NEW POSTING):
3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Lateral Admission into Honors (NEW POSTING):
4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Alcohol Education Requirement for First-Year Students (NEW POSTING):
5.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Advising:
6.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Coaching Appointments:
7.	EVENT: Peace Corps Info Session for Honors Gators (NEW POSTING):
HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting (TODAY):
9.	LEADERSHIP: SHO Executive Board Applications (H-Box):
10.	EVENT: Honors Involvement Conference (HC, H-Box):
11.	EVENT: Alta Gracia: Human Rights in Garment Factories (TODAY):
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: ButterflyFest Facebook Photo Challenge (NEW POSTING):
13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Shaping a Brighter Future for American Health Care - Graham Center Event (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Amendment 1: Florida Water and Land Conservation with Bob Graham - Graham Center Event (H-Box) (TODAY):
15.	RESEARCH: Call for Submissions - Girls Studies Undergraduate Research Journal:
16.	RESEARCH: Research Guidance with CURBS (NEW POSTING):
17.	RESEARCH: Journal of Young Investigators Staff Needed:
18.	INTERNSHIP: Startup Internship Fair (TODAY):
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
19.	VOLUNTEER: UF vs Eastern Michigan - Volunteer for TailGator Recycling:
20.	LEADERSHIP: UF College Democrats Positions Available:
21.	LEADERSHIP: Freshman Leadership Engineering Group (TODAY):
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: The Staff Auditions (TODAY):
23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Thursday, September 4 (TODAY):
24.	EVENT: Speed Faithing (NEW POSTING):





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Blog for the Honors Program (NEW POSTING):
Do you have something interesting to say? Are you a good writer? Do you like the Honors Program and want to get involved? We're currently looking for official Honors Program bloggers for the 2014-2015 academic year. Bloggers would need to commit to posting at least 2-3 blogs/month. We have a blog written by first-year students, second-year students, and upper-class students (3rd year +). 

If you are interested, please email Dr. Johnson at [log in to unmask] . Include a short writing sample, a link to your blog if you have one, and a statement of interest indicating why you want to be a blogger, which blog you are applying for, and a few blog topic ideas. You do not need to have blogging experience.

If you are a veteran blogger who would like to blog again this year, please contact Dr. Johnson indicating as such.

An example of the first-year blog: http://ufhonorsfirstyear.wordpress.com/ 

Deadline: Wednesday, September 10 at 5:00pm.

2.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Text Message Reminders from Honors (NEW POSTING):
You can now sign up to receive periodic text message notifications from the Honors Program. Please note this is completely optional, and we are not going to spam your phone. This service is free, but your standard text messaging rates apply. To opt in to this service, you can do one of two things:

Send a text to (352) 400-4460 with the message @UFHONORS

Or enter your number at https://www.remind.com/join/ufhonors

Either way, we will not be able to see your phone number, but we will be able to send you texts until you opt out.

3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Lateral Admission into Honors (NEW POSTING):
Do you have friends who are first-year students and would like to join the UF Honors Program? Let them know about lateral admissions! Lateral admission is open to any first-year student who started Summer B or Fall 2014. Those interested in applying are required to attend an information session in September in order to access the online application. For more information, direct them to http://www.honors.ufl.edu/Lateral.aspx . Note, this is the last opportunity for students to join the Honors Program. Unfortunately, there is not a lateral admissions process for students in the Innovation Academy or for transfer students.

Also, if you are in the various UF Class of 2018 Facebook groups, please share there for us! We want to make sure the word is out.

4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Alcohol Education Requirement for First-Year Students (NEW POSTING):
All first-year students now have a hold in ISIS requiring you to complete the New Student Alcohol Education Program. You will need to complete this online seminar and clear the hold prior to spring course registration (end of October!). You should be able to access this seminar via ISIS. Please note, this is a university-wide requirement for new students.

For more information about this seminar, please visit http://www.dso.ufl.edu/nsfp/first-year-experience/alcohol-education/   

5.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Advising:
Starting September 2, we will be taking appointments for honors advising again. Please call (352) 392-1519 to request an appointment to meet with an honors advisor. Please do not email an advisor directly to request an appointment, as our front office handles their calendars. 

Appointments are made for 30 minutes, and we do not take same-day appointments. If you need to cancel an appointment, we request advanced notice. Students who simply do not show up for their appointment may not be allowed to make another appointment for a specified amount of time.

Potential topics for honors advising appointments: long-term planning, academic and/or extracurricular involvement, double majors/minors, graduate/professional school, etc.

Very specific questions regarding major requirements or certain courses in your major should be referred to your major/college advisor. Also note that if you need to change your major, you should meet with the college advising office of the major you intend to change into. If you need to drop a course after drop/add week, you should go to your college advising office. College advising contacts are available here: http://www.ufadvising.ufl.edu/advisers.aspx 

Fall walk-in hours for quick questions will take place each week with Kristy Spear in 343 Infirmary:
Tuesdays, 10:00am-12:00pm
Wednesdays, 2:00-4:00pm
Thursdays, 10:00am-12:00pm

6.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Coaching Appointments:
Dr. Johnson is starting a new initiative this semester to help Honors students develop strategic plans for areas in which they want to grow or strengthen. If you are looking for specific feedback in a particular area and are willing to commit to following up / through with the plans made during the meeting, make a coaching appointment.

Coaching is not a time to discuss course schedules. Initial appointments are made for 30 minutes, but follow-up meetings may be made for longer depending on student needs. Call (352) 392-1519 to make an appointment. Please specify that you want a coaching appointment with Dr. Johnson, as well as leave information about the intended focus of your visit.

7.	EVENT: Peace Corps Info Session for Honors Gators (NEW POSTING):
Be part of a new generation of leaders making a difference. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, you will work directly with communities on their most pressing issues while gaining a competitive advantage in today's global economy with international experience, cross-cultural understanding, and fluency in a foreign language. 

Peace Corps experience can springboard careers in the government, nonprofit, academic, and private sectors. Peace Corps is a life defining leadership experience where Volunteers live, learn and work in a local community for 27 months in one of 65 countries that we currently serve. We offer six program areas: education, health, youth development, agriculture, environment and business/information communication technology. 

Join us at this Honors information session to speak with regional recruiter Chad Chernet to learn about Volunteer experiences, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process. The info session will take place on Monday, September 8, from 3:00-4:00pm in 302 Infirmary.

Take the next step towards Peace Corps service. Explore Volunteer openings that are now available. Our Southeast regional staff of recruiters, all of whom served in the Peace Corps themselves, can tell you what it's really like to Volunteer, whether or not you qualify, and how to work through the application process. Peace Corps recruiters are your partners in the journey to becoming a Volunteer. 

Volunteer openings: http://www.peacecorps.gov/volunteer/learn/openings/ 

Application: http://www.peacecorps.gov/apply/

Southeast Regional blog: http://peacecorpsse.blogspot.com/p/southeast-regional-recruiting-office.html

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/260655000794785/




HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

8.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting (TODAY):
On Thursday, September 4 at 8:00pm in the New Physics Building (NPB) lobby (just across Gale Lemerand from Hume), we will be having our first meeting. We will be discussing upcoming service projects and how you can get more involved with Gainesville and global community service projects.

9.	LEADERSHIP: SHO Executive Board Applications (H-Box):
Applications to join the 2014-2015 SHO executive board are available! All honors students are eligible to apply, which means that you could help plan all of the amazing events going on here at Hume and around the Honors Program. It's a great way to meet new people and get leadership experience right at the beginning of college. All applications are due by 11:55pm on September 5th, and interviews will be the following week. Follow this link - http://www.honors.ufl.edu/SHO/Home.aspx - and email your finished apps to [log in to unmask]

10.	EVENT: Honors Involvement Conference (HC, H-Box):
Looking for your niche here at UF? Want to get involved on campus but don't know where to start? Come to the *free* 2014 Honors Involvement Conference on Sunday, September 21! It is a great way for students to learn about how to get involved around the UF campus, as well as in the Gainesville area.

Students will be able to attend interactive, informative sessions about Internships & Resume tips, Study Abroad and International Engagement, Leadership & Service, as well as Research. There will also be sessions held to find out How to Survive Honors, to learn more about Getting Active and UF Athletics, about the Gainesville scene, and Staying Cultural. 

This is a wonderful opportunity for students to network and meet people in organizations they may want to join. Several organizations will be represented at the conference with information on how get plugged in.

Attendance at the Conference will also earn you an Enrichment Point toward Honors Completion, as well as an H-Box Honors card.

Breakfast will be provided to all participants.

Please Pre-Register at http://bit.ly/1zEiANc 

Registration begins at 8:45am on the second floor of the Reitz Union. The Conference will begin promptly at 9:15am in the Reitz Union Auditorium.

There will be a walk-over from Hume at 8:40am. Meet at the arches.

After you register, be on the look-out for an email with your tickets and a pre-conference survey regarding your session preferences.

11.	EVENT: Alta Gracia: Human Rights in Garment Factories (TODAY): 
Honors Without Borders is co-hosting an event with the Spanish Department and the Caribbean Students Association on Thursday, September 4 at 6:15pm in 220 Florida Gym. We are bringing in an organization called Solidarity Ignite, which works towards fair working conditions for factory workers. There will be two factory workers from the Dominican Republic who work in a factory where they make collegiate apparel (including clothes for UF!) who will be speaking and taking questions.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/527948527306995




ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: ButterflyFest Facebook Photo Challenge (NEW POSTING):
The Florida Museum of Natural History is hosting the second annual ButterflyFest Facebook Photo Challenge! Capture your best picture of 'wildlife & biodiversity' together and enter by 11:59pm EDT on September 15 for your chance to win prizes. Anyone, at any age, can enter this free challenge. The Museum will post the top 10 images from entries received on its Facebook page on September 22, and the public will select the overall winner online via the most 'likes.' The winning photographers will be recognized during ButterflyFest on Saturday, October 4. Email submissions to [log in to unmask] For entry guidelines, visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/butterflyfest/photography/how-enter/

13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Shaping a Brighter Future for American Health Care - Graham Center Event (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
As the nation's health care system continues to evolve, the American Medical Association continues to work toward sustainable physician practices that result in better health outcomes for patients. On Monday, September 8 at 6:00pm in Pugh Hall, immediate past president of the AMA (June 18, 2013- June 10, 2014), Dr. Ardis Dee Hoven will discuss the organization's aims to create a brighter future for American health care and ensuring these enhancements are physician-led, advance the physician-patient relationship, and ensure that health care costs can be prudently managed. Dr. Hoven specializes in internal medicine and infectious diseases and has testified before Congress on health care reform. The event and parking are free and open to the public. The event will be streamed live at www.bobgrahamcenter.ufl.edu/.

The event is cosponsored with the Alachua County Medical Society

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/304405176391458/ 

14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Amendment 1: Florida Water and Land Conservation with Bob Graham - Graham Center Event (H-Box) (TODAY):
Join former U.S. Sen. and Gov. Bob Graham at 6:00pm on Thursday, September 4 in Pugh Hall for a review and discussion of the Florida water and land conservation amendment that Florida voters will have the opportunity to vote on this November. The event will include a panel featuring a pro/con discussion with Jon Mills, Dean Emeritus of the Levin College of Law and David Hart from the Florida Chamber of Commerce.

Amendment 1, the Florida Water and Land Conservation Amendment, funds the Land Acquisition Trust Fund to acquire, restore, improve, and manage conservation lands by dedicating 33 percent of net revenues from the existing excise tax on documents for 20 years. Conservation lands include: wetlands and forests; fish and wildlife habitats; lands protecting water resources and drinking water sources; beaches and shores; outdoor recreational lands; working farms and ranches; and historic or geologic sites.

Amendment 1 will appear on the November 4, 2014 ballot. Once approved by the voters, it would go into effect on July 1, 2015. Based on current projections, the amendment would provide more than $5 billion over the next 10 years for conservation and restoration of land and water resources.

This program is cosponsored by the Bob Graham Center for Public Service, League of Women Voters Alachua County/Gainesville, and UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education in Agriculture and Natural Resources.

15.	RESEARCH: Call for Submissions - Girls Studies Undergraduate Research Journal:
Girls Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Undergraduate Research is a peer reviewed, open access journal that publishes the work of undergraduate students on topics such as the socialization of female adolescents, gender expectations, identity, body image, the impact of media on girls, and girl empowerment. Submissions of an interdisciplinary nature as well as from across the disciplines--for example, from sociology, history, literature, cultural studies, education, art, and feminist theory (to name a few)--are welcomed.

The aim of Girls Studies is to provide a forum for undergraduate students in a variety of disciplines to engage in conversations of gender and equality, particularly as such topics relate to the field of girls studies. We hope that, by participating in this particular academic discourse, students will critically engage in these issues beyond their undergraduate studies, either in graduate work or in their professional lives.

We invite undergraduates of any institution to submit the following:
- Editorial, opinion, or perspective essays
- Research papers
- Reviews of relevant media (books, movies, television)

Further information can be found, and submissions made, at our website: http://gsj.columbiasc.edu/  

Inquiries can be sent to Dr. Heather Hahn ([log in to unmask]) or Dr. Allan Nail ([log in to unmask]), editors.

The first issue will be published in spring 2015 and thereafter in the fall and spring of each academic year. Deadline for consideration in the first issue is November 30.

Girls Studies is produced through the joint efforts of the Gender and Women's Studies Program and the Academic Skills Center at Columbia College, SC.

16.	RESEARCH: Research Guidance with CURBS (NEW POSTING):
The Center for Undergraduate Research Board of Students is pleased to offer undergraduates a quick and easy way to get any questions about research answered. Additionally, they will help guide students through the research process from refining their research interests to helping find a research position that suits a student's needs and interests. Walk-in hours are between 10:00am and 4:00pm, M-W-Th-F. The office is located in Yon Hall, room 429. Yon is the east side of the football stadium, above the student ticket office.

If students cannot make it during these times, contact CURBS at [log in to unmask] to schedule a separate meeting.

17.	RESEARCH: Journal of Young Investigators Staff Needed:
JYI is seeking motivated undergraduate students to fill several different roles within our organization. We are a volunteer-run, non-profit, open access science journal dedicated to expanding publication access and experience to undergraduate students. Our staff is made up entirely of undergraduate students, with assistance of faculty and professional mentors. All of our staff receive training in the department of their position, which may include corporate management, science writing, journalism, editing, finance management, and programming.

For more information and an application, visit http://www.jyi.org/participate/student 

(Note, not affiliated with UF)

18.	INTERNSHIP: Startup Internship Fair (TODAY):
A local startup internship fair is taking place on Thursday, September 4 from 6:00-9:00pm. 

Featuring: College Vox, Forage, Grooveshark, Haulbox, Health Accelerator, Immersed Games, Kiwee, Meerchat, Starter Space, and Verigo.

Want to build something that matters? Several local startups are recruiting bright young minds to join their teams. Gain valuable real-world experience while working alongside some of Gainesville's top innovators/entrepreneurs! 

Recruiting students interested in: marketing communications; electrical, mechanical + software engineering; iOS/Android development; UI/UX design & more!

Hosted at Starter Space, Gainesville's newest business incubator/co-working space. Come connect, collaborate & create with us!

Read more about the companies and positions currently slated for the internship fair here: http://bit.ly/1pY67ml

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/716943618358867/ 




LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

19.	VOLUNTEER: UF vs Eastern Michigan - Volunteer for TailGator Recycling:
The Office of Sustainability is looking for volunteers to help with TailGator Recycling this Saturday, September 6!

We have two shifts this weekend: 11:00am-1:00pm and 1:00-3:00pm. As always, volunteer positions are first come, first served. You can sign up via this link through a survey: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_esxkdj7HWT5DtU9

Volunteers will report to the left of McCarty A (if you are facing the building from the North Lawn). You will be able to spot the Office interns and staff members in their Green Team shirts!

An informational email will be sent out later this week for those who sign up. We look forward to greening the campus with you, and we hope to see you Saturday. Go Gators!

20.	LEADERSHIP: UF College Democrats Positions Available:
Apply for one of our Caucus Chair positions or to be our new Communications Director.

We have six caucuses: Women's, LGBT, Black, Hispanic, Environmental, and the Progressive Caucus. Caucus chairs will be in charge of planning and implementing Days of Action, presenting at general body meetings, hosting events, and participating in community events. Candidates should be motivated, creative, and eager to get more involved with the Democratic Party. Applications will close at 11:59pm on September 9. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please email [log in to unmask] Apply at ufdemocrats.org.

The Communications Director will be primarily responsible for all social media, graphic design, and website maintenance. Applications will close on September 9 at 11:59pm. Please be sure to send your resume and any previous graphic design work (if any) to [log in to unmask] . Apply at ufdemocrats.org.

All applicants will participate in an interview with members of the executive board.

21.	LEADERSHIP: Freshman Leadership Engineering Group (TODAY):
Want to become a future leader in the College of Engineering? Becoming a member of the Freshman Leadership Engineering Group (FLEG) can help you achieve this. Every Fall, FLEG selects 30 freshman engineers to work towards promoting freshmen retention in the College of Engineering. As a member of FLEG, you will network within the College, gain leadership skills, and prepare yourself for the professional world. If you are interested, please come out to our recruitment events, check us out on Facebook, or apply online at www.FLEGacy.org. 
https://www.facebook.com/FLEGatUF

Applications open September 4 and are due September 9 at 11:59pm.

FLEG Recruitment Week

9/4: Information Night/Ice Cream Social: 7:00-9:00pm at the Chemical Engineering Student Center.
9/5: S'mores Social: 7:00-9:00pm at Weaver Beach.
9/7: Field Day: 4:00-6:00pm at Flavet Field.
9/8: Krishna Lunch: 11:30-1:30pm in the Plaza of the Americas.
9/9: Game Night: 6:30-8:00pm in the Jennings Basement.




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: The Staff Auditions (TODAY):
Are you a guy who is interested in singing a cappella? The Staff is UF's all-male a cappella group, and we are hosting auditions on September 3 and 4 from 6:00-9:00pm. We perform around the Gainesville community, at the International Championship of Collegiate a cappella (ICCA), and will attend SoJam (an a cappella convention in North Carolina). Visit http://www.ufthestaff.com/ for more information or go to https://ufthestaff.youcanbook.me/ to sign up for an audition.

23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Thursday, September 4 (TODAY):
- Chemistry Club at 5:30pm, location TBA. Focus: Overview of the club. Activities include community outreach, tutoring, professional, and social. All majors welcome. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/688111391265126 

- UF Teach student organization at 6:00pm in Norman Hall, room 174. Free food.

- Arab Students' Association at 6:30pm in Turlington L011. Focus: Promote the unity, awareness, and culture of Arab and Arab Americans at UF. Learn about what we do, upcoming events and future plans, and how you can get involved. Free Arabic dinner.

- Women in Computer Science and Engineering at 6:30pm in CSE room E404. Focus: Empowering and increasing the number of women in computer science. Men also welcome! Pizza provided.

- American Society for Engineering Education at 6:30pm in MAE 126. Focus: Overview of goals and events for the year, icebreaker, and presentation that addresses surviving engineering as a student. Contact: [log in to unmask] . For more information: fb.com/groups/ASEEUF or twitter.com/ASEEUF

- French Club, Le Cercle Francais, at 7:00pm, location TBA. Focus: Social club, for those interested in France and the French language can interact with French speakers across all levels. For more information: http://ufcerclefrancais.wix.com/home and https://www.facebook.com/groups/uffrenchclublecerclefrancais/

- The Fine Print at 7:00pm in Matherly 103. Focus: Get involved with this quarterly, student-run publication focusing on in-depth community stories. Looking for writers, photographers, and layout designers. For more information: www.thefineprintuf.org 

- Mock Trial at 7:20pm in Turlington 1011. Focus: Interest meeting. No experience necessary. Contact: [log in to unmask]

- Global Medical Brigades at 8:00pm in Matherly 0103. Focus: Learn about the medical and dental clinic we are setting up in Honduras this December. Contact: [log in to unmask]

24.	EVENT: Speed Faithing (NEW POSTING):
On Monday, September 8 at 7:00pm, join the Interfaith Ambassadors for our first event, Speed Faithing, at the Florida Gym. At Speed Faithing, you will have the opportunity to learn about myriad religions like Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and more. Plus, you will also have the chance to ask questions about Atheism, Agnosticism, and other ideologies. 

Join us for an exciting event of education and of interfaith fellowship!

https://www.facebook.com/events/311688222325951/




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