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

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Monday, October 13, 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: Get Up and Give for Honors (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
2.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Introduction to 3D Printing Workshops (NEW POSTING):
3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Check ISIS / Spring Registration Prep:
4.	HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Admissions Course Applications:
5.	EVENT: Medical School Admissions Q&A (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
6.	EVENT: Honors Faculty Fair:
HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
7.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Family Roundup Events (NEW POSTING):
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
8.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Healthy Civic, Campus, and Community Initiative (NEW POSTING):
9.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: College Code Camp for Women (NEW POSTING):
10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Elegance of Science Contest (NEW POSTING):
11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Indigenous Knowledge, Spirituality and the Future of Humans in Nature" (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Law School Personal Statement Workshop (NEW POSTING):
13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "From the Forests to the Farm - Siting Environmental Performance in the Wild and the Cultivated" (NEW POSTING):
14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Outsourcing Justice: Africa and the Politics of the International Criminal Court" (NEW POSTING):
15.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Law School Application Process Workshop (NEW POSTING):
16.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Barry Lynn, Religious Liberty - What it Really Means (H-Box) (TODAY):
17.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Peace Corps Recruitment Office Returns to UF:
18.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Why Tempting Technology Can Lead to Dangerous Delegation Lecture (H-Box) (TODAY):
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
19.	VOLUNTEER: Volunteer with Alzheimer's Outreach Organization:
20.	LEADERSHIP: Florida Alternative Breaks Site Leader Application (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
21.	LEADERSHIP: Student Conduct Committee Applications:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Arab Heritage Week (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, October 15:





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Get Up and Give for Honors (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
All week we are participating in the University's Get Up and Give annual fundraising campaign centered around UF Homecoming. Last year, we used the campaign to raise funds for that awesome piano in Hume! 

We use funds raised year-round to support Honors Gators to attend events such as Gatorship, Partners in the Parks, H-Camp, and travel to present conferences. We've also used those funds to purchase the medallions that students receive when they complete the Honors Program, those really neat H-Boxes and gold star pins, and to sponsor our annual holiday party at the President's House and those great Sweet Dreams ice cream giveaways at the end of the semester.

With this year's GUAG campaign, we are focusing on recognizing our Honors Alumni - including our students as they are preparing to graduate - by creating a special Honors Alumni lapel pin. You probably don't want to wear your medallion on a job or grad school interview, but you can showcase your Honors pride with a classy pin, right?

We need your help to make GUAG a success this year! Please share our campaign link with those who support our cause. Donations start at just $10. That's a trip to Chipotle with a side of guac. Instead of guac, GUAG! http://GetUpAndGive.ufl.edu/HON  

2.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Introduction to 3D Printing Workshops (NEW POSTING):
In collaboration with the Marston Science Library, we are hosting two Introduction to 3D Printing Workshops for Honors students in early November. You must register in advance at http://apps.uflib.ufl.edu/Registration/ . Look on the schedule for "Introduction to 3D Printing"

Dates are: November 3 from 10:00-11:00am and November 7 from 2:00-3:00pm. Registration is limited to the first 22 students. Both workshops will take place in the new Visualization Room on the ground floor of Marston. Please bring your own device for the workshop (laptop or tablet) so you can access the content used during the workshop. There will not be devices in the room for you to use.

Please do not register if you do not plan to attend, as space is very limited!

Creating an object for 3D printing is much easier than you'd imagine, and this workshop will show you how it's done. It will also give you the tools necessary to participate in our upcoming "Hack Your Room" 3D printing contest later this semester!

3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Check ISIS / Spring Registration Prep:
Spring registration will be here sooner than you think, so now is a great time for first year students in particular to check ISIS for holds and other information. Most of these holds cannot be removed by an honors advisor, so you don't want to wait until the last minute to take care of them. Early registration for first and second year honors students takes place October 30 and 31 - this date will sneak up on you! Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/310095185856869/ 

Spring schedule of courses: http://www.registrar.ufl.edu/soc/201501/all/

Spring honors course descriptions (more will be added as they become available): http://www.honors.ufl.edu/courses/CoursesSpring2015.aspx

First-year students should have an alcohol education hold on their record - this hold will not be removed until you have completed the online alcohol education seminar. For more information about this hold, visit https://www.dso.ufl.edu/nsfp/first-year-experience/alcohol-education/ 

Engineering majors now have an advising hold - you must meet with an **engineering** advisor (**not honors**) to get your engineering advising hold removed. To view the list of engineering advisors by department, visit http://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/advising/who-is-my-advisor/ 

Other majors may also require you to meet with an advisor *in your department* so keep checking for these types of holds, as you can't wait until the last minute to meet with an advisor.

Also check for other holds, including financial holds, admissions credentials holds (usually a missing HS transcript or dual enrollment transcript), and emergency contact or local address holds. Staying on top of holds will make the registration process much smoother. Note, you will not be able to register for classes until your holds are removed. No advisor is able to override that for you, not even for early registration. You are responsible for taking care of your holds in a timely manner.

While you are on ISIS, verify that UF has received your AP/IB/AICE scores - go to My Record -> Test Scores. If you do not see your scores listed, you will need to submit those scores to UF as soon as possible. Without those scores, you may have difficulty registering for courses that need those credits as prerequisites, or you may be considered off-track if you are counting those credits as tracking courses. Your spring registration start time may be impacted by the number of credit hours you have as well. If you have missing scores, you may contact College Board / IB / AICE to have them resend your scores. Alternatively, you may be able to talk to Admissions about how to verify your scores from your original reports. Please contact them directly for further clarification.

4.	HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Admissions Course Applications:
Applications are now being accepted for the IDH 4905: Honors Admissions course, Wednesdays 7th period, for the spring semester. Students in this 1-credit class will read the 2000+ application essays from incoming freshmen applying to the Honors Program. We will spend the first half of the term reviewing old essays and developing rubrics for evaluating the new essays. Students in the class also develop some of the application questions. 

Students will also serve as reviewers for the lateral admissions essays during the month of November 2014. 

To apply for the course, please respond to the following prompt in a 1-page, single-spaced essay: Develop an interesting essay topic that you think would be suitable for applicants to the UF Honors Program, and then write your response to it. Attach your application in an email to Dr. Johnson at [log in to unmask] by 5:00pm on Thursday, October 23. Please include your name and UFID on your application. Students selected will be notified by email on October 29. Lateral admission reviews will begin one week following notification.

Students who participated in the course last year may enroll again in the online section without submitting an application. If interested, please email Dr. Johnson by 5:00pm on October 23.

5.	EVENT: Medical School Admissions Q&A (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
Admission to medical school is the single most important step in becoming a physician.  The application, interview, and admission processes are often unclear and clouded with conflicting advice from people with a wide variety of expertise and experience. With that in mind, the Honors Program has invited Dr. Paul Gulig to answer your questions about medical school admissions on Monday, October 13, from 5:00-6:00pm in the Graham Gallery.

Paul Gulig is a professor of molecular genetics and microbiology at the UF College of Medicine and served two terms on the medical admissions committee. He has had numerous UF undergraduates perform research for credit in his lab on their path to medical school, and he teaches microbiology to medical students.  
 
This presentation will cover statistics about medical admissions across the U.S. and at UF and will provide practical advice on undergraduate studies and experiences, putting together an effective application, and having a successful interview. It is aimed at being highly interactive.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/373536202795642/

6.	EVENT: Honors Faculty Fair:
Check out the Honors Faculty Fair to meet with instructors who are teaching spring Honors courses, learn about positions to be tutors or teaching assistants, connect with research opportunities, and find potential study abroad programs.

The Honors Faculty Fair takes place on Wednesday, October 22 from 4:00-6:00pm in Smathers Library (East), room 100. Light refreshments will be provided. Presented by the Honors Special Events Interns and the Honors Office.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1571349903088858/ 




HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

7.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Family Roundup Events (NEW POSTING):
The Honors Ambassadors, along with other Honors student organizations, are hosting several events as part of the University's overall Family Weekend, from October 24-26. Whether or not you and your family are planning to attend the official Family Weekend events, we invite you to attend the Honors Family Roundup!

Friday, October 24: Meet at Hume Commons at 6:30pm to walk over to the UF Soccer Game vs. Tennessee 
 
Saturday, October 25: Join us for the NERD 5K at the Gale Lemerand parking lot starting at 8:00am. Dress up like a Nerd to walk/run the 5K with us, or come out and support the runners!

Sunday, October 26: Visit Hume Commons at 1:00pm for an afternoon of fun, food, music, and activities! Food Trucks will be catering this event, and we will have outdoor games like corn hole to play.




ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

8.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Healthy Civic, Campus, and Community Initiative (NEW POSTING):
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida and the UF Division of Student Affairs are inviting UF students to propose projects that will enrich our campus and our Florida communities. These projects can take many forms, with a focus on social, economic, educational, health, and political issues, or some combination thereof. They can also examine a community in Florida or some aspect of student life on the UF campus, or both. 

Proposals must be collaborative and innovative, but must also have achievable objectives. The most promising and feasible project will be awarded $5,000 to pursue its implementation. 

Proposals should be submitted to the Bob Graham Center by January 15. Learn more about the selection criteria and proposal requirements at: www.bobgrahamcenter.ufl.edu/healthy3C

9.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: College Code Camp for Women (NEW POSTING):
Twenty percent of software developers are women. At Square, we are committed to improving the ratio of women in technical positions. So, we launched College Code Camp, a five-day immersion program developed to inspire, educate, and empower the next generation of women in technology. The program runs twice a year, every January and August.

The next camp takes place January 6-10 in San Francisco. During this program, women will attend coding workshops, leadership sessions, and tour San Francisco, all while surrounded by top women engineers from across the U.S. and Canada. 20 college women will be selected to participate. Round-trip flight and hotel accommodations will be provided.

Applications are due November 7. For more information and an application, visit https://squareup.com/code-camp/college 

10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Elegance of Science Contest (NEW POSTING):
The Marston Science Library and Florida Museum of Natural History have resurrected the "Elegance of Science Contest" art competition, which emphasizes and facilitates the link between artistic and scientific perceptions of reality.

The contest is open to University of Florida students, staff or faculty who have created two-dimensional images as part of their research, or that incorporate scientific tools or concepts. Entries must be submitted by Dec. 20.

For more information, visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu/elegance-science/ or email [log in to unmask]

11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Indigenous Knowledge, Spirituality and the Future of Humans in Nature" (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
This panel will take place on Monday, October 13, from 3:00-6:00pm in Keene-Flint 050.

Western sciences, such as ethnobiology and chemistry, and diverse economic enterprises (including pharmaceutical companies), have become very interested in indigenous knowledge, particularly that which has been guarded by the elders, shamans and other religious specialists - for reasons now well known. There is proven and unproven value for human physical and emotional well-being in such knowledge. Wrestling with its value, and over morally acceptable ways for non-indigenous scientific and religious people to become engaged with the holders and guardians of such knowledge, is a critically important issue we seek to explore. 

Presentations will include: "Indigenous Ceremonialism", Marcus Briggs-Cloud (Maskoke Nation, UF); "Peyote women" by James Treat (U. Illinois); "The Interface of Quantum Mechanics and Magic", by William Lyon (U. Missouri); "Shamanic Rebirth Through Mapuche Indigenous "Bibles," Ana Mariella Bacigalupo (SUNY Buffalo); "Indigenous Amazonian shamanic prophecies", R. M. Wright (UF). 

For additional information contact: Robin Wright ([log in to unmask]) or http://religion.ufl.edu/event/indigenous-knowledge/

12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Law School Personal Statement Workshop (NEW POSTING):
This workshop will take place on Tuesday, October 14 from 4:05-4:55pm in 200 Farrior Hall.

This workshop will provide students with information about law school personal statements/admissions statements, including the goal of the statement, law school requirements/guidelines, and tips for writing an effective statement. You will leave the workshop with a brainstormed list of topics for your own personal statement.  

** RSVP online at https://www.advising.ufl.edu/workshops/ **

13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "From the Forests to the Farm - Siting Environmental Performance in the Wild and the Cultivated" (NEW POSTING):
This talk will take place on Tuesday, October 14 from 5:00-6:30pm in Anderson 216.

Environmental artist, Cherie Sampson, has been creating installations and performances in the environment for nearly 25 years in the U.S. and abroad, frequenting the boreal landscapes of Scandinavia. Geographical, ecological, and cultural contexts are integral to the formulation of the works, often created in isolation in remote wild or rural environments as performances for the camera and later exhibited as screenings in festivals and as video-installations.  

She will present an overview of her work with a look at live art/performance and dance in the landscape as a small, but growing community within the broader horizon of environmental art of the past four decades, often with a focus on ritual and the sacred as related to the environment. Cherie will also discuss her study and practice of the south Indian classical dance form, Bharatanatyam, and a new direction in her work exploring the vocabulary of the dance within her environmental performance practice. 

14.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: "Outsourcing Justice: Africa and the Politics of the International Criminal Court" (NEW POSTING):
This talk will take place on Wednesday, October 15 from 11:45am-1:00pm in 471 Grinter Hall.

This presentation is sponsored by the Students in African Studies Association (SASA). Presenter, Oumar Ba, is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Florida.  Ba obtained a M.A in Political Science from UF, a M.A in Political Science from Ohio University, and a M.A in International Affairs also from Ohio University. He earned his B.A in International Studies from The Ohio State University and a B.A in Geography from the Universite Cheikh Anta Diop, in Dakar, Senegal. 

His primary research interests are at the intersection of international criminal justice and Critical IR Theory.  His dissertation project explores the causes and the mechanisms of perversion of international legal norms.

15.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Law School Application Process Workshop (NEW POSTING):
This workshop will take place on Thursday, October 16 from 3:00-3:50pm in 200 Farrior Hall.

For those of you who are in the law school application process this fall or others who may be interested in applying to law school in the future, this workshop will review the components of the law school application process: LSAT score, GPA, personal/admission statements, resume and letters of recommendation. Bring your questions.

** RSVP online at https://www.advising.ufl.edu/workshops/ **

16.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Barry Lynn, Religious Liberty - What it Really Means (H-Box) (TODAY):
Barry Lynn will discuss the separation of church and state at 6:00pm on Monday, October 13 in Pugh Hall. Lynn is the executive director of American United for Separation of Church and State, a nonpartisan, educational organization dedicated to preserving the separation between church and state. He is also an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. 

Lynn has appeared on radio broadcasts and television to debate and discuss First Amendment issues, including NBC's "Today Show," "Anderson Cooper 360" and "Larry King Live." 

The program will be streamed live on the Bob Graham Center website, www.bobgrahamcenter.ufl.edu. 

This program is co-sponsored by UF Intercultural Engagement and Florida Free Speech Forum

17.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Peace Corps Recruitment Office Returns to UF:
The University of Florida International Center (UFIC) is pleased to announce the return of a campus-based Peace Corps Recruitment office to the University of Florida. UF was awarded a contract on September 25 to fund this office, which will renew and strengthen UF's deep connections with the Peace Corps.

UF has been a leading provider of volunteers in both the Southeast Region and nationally, both in total numbers and in specialized skill applicants. With a total of 85 UF graduates currently serving in various parts of the world, we expect to continue our strong performance and concerted effort to contribute volunteers in specialized skill areas such as Agriculture, Environment, Education, and French and Spanish language skills.

UFIC expects to hire a new Peace Corp campus recruiter by January 2015. For additional information about Peace Corps visit www.peacecorps.gov 

For information about Peace Corps on UF campus, please contact Nargiza Ludgate at [log in to unmask]

18.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Why Tempting Technology Can Lead to Dangerous Delegation Lecture (H-Box) (TODAY):
The Outsourcing Illusion: Why Tempting Technology Can Lead to Dangerous Delegation by Evan Selinger (Rochester Institute of Technology) will be delivered on Monday, October 13 at 5:30pm in Smathers Library (East), room 100. 

In The Outsourced Self, sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild argues that Americans are increasingly delegating intimate emotional labor to service providers: child, elder, and pet caretakers, love coaches, wedding planners, rented friends, and even so-called wantologists. While these marketplace transactions hold out the promise of improving our lives, Hochschild takes a deeper look at outsourcing and shows that it can yield problematic, even tragic results: depersonalized bonds, distorted family values, an overly-instrumentalized orientation to relationships, diminished virtue, and atrophied civic life. Hochschild doesn't say much about consumer technology, but the issues she's concerned with directly apply to our relation to it. Silicon Valley expects us to embrace outsourcing creep by relying on cyber-servants: ever-expanding smart, predictive, behavior-modifying, and labor saving tools. This techno-social trajectory points to a form of life where the transformative impacts of outsourcing become more pervasive and intense. To make wise decisions when confronted with outsourcing technologies that can fundamentally impact our sensibilities, we need a clear sense of what technological outsourcing is, why it often promises more than it can deliver, and how to judge when to avoid it. The task before us, therefore, is to grasp the phenomenological contours of what I call the outsourcing illusion. 

Evan Selinger is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he is also Affiliated Faculty with the Golisano Institute for Sustainability and the Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction, and Creativity (MAGIC). He's also a Fellow at The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology. Evan's research addresses ethical issues concerning technology, science, the law, expertise, and sustainability. A prolific academic author, Evan also cares deeply about public engagement, writing for popular magazines, newspapers, and blogs, including: Wired, Slate, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The Nation, Three Quarks Daily, Huffington Post, and The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology.

This lecture is part of the 2014-15 speaker series The Work of the Humanities: Critical Thinking in Life and Labor organized by UF's Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere.




LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

19.	VOLUNTEER: Volunteer with Alzheimer's Outreach Organization:
Volunteer sign-ups are available for Memory Ward at Emeritus Retirement Home. We will be hosting games and activities and spending time with the residents of the Emeritus memory ward for a few hours (1:00-3:00pm) every Sunday. We have up to ten openings available per session. Please join our Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/200654696624745) or our listserv (email us at [log in to unmask]) for further registration information.

Alzheimer's Outreach is an organization whose goal is to foster meaningful interactions with Alzheimer's patients. We aim to volunteer with these wonderful individuals, educate the community about the disease, and fundraise towards the research effort to cure Alzheimer's.

20.	LEADERSHIP: Florida Alternative Breaks Site Leader Application (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
Florida Alternative Breaks is currently accepting application for spring site leaders! Application is due today, October 13, by 5:00pm. 

Don't miss out on an amazing service and leadership opportunity. Apply here: http://www.leadershipandservice.ufl.edu/programs/florida_alternative_breaks/site_leaders/

21.	LEADERSHIP: Student Conduct Committee Applications:
Are you interested in promoting ethical decision making, responsibility, academic integrity and community standards? Are you looking for a leadership position that will provide critical thinking, listening, collaboration, analytical, and decision making skill development? 

Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution in the Dean of Students Office is currently seeking applicants for the 2015-2016 Student Conduct Committee- a University-wide, Presidential committee comprised of students, faculty, and staff members which is responsible for resolving allegations of academic and non-academic student misconduct within the University community. 
Student Conduct Committee members play an integral role in educating their peers about their rights and responsibilities as members of the UF community, upholding community behavioral standards, and implementing the Student Conduct Code and Honor Code. 

Successful applicants will complete a three-credit training course during the Spring 2015 term in order to be eligible to serve on the Committee beginning in Summer/Fall 2015. Additional information and applications can be found at https://www.dso.ufl.edu/sccr/process/student-conduct-committee/scc-application 

Applications are due October 17 by 5:00pm.




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

22.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Arab Heritage Week (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
The Arab Students' Association at UF cordially invites you to the inaugural Arab Heritage Week at UF. The Arab Heritage Week will be an exploration of our roots and culture, and an attempt to eradicate many stereotypes people may have about Arabic culture and the Arab people/world. For details please visit http://on.fb.me/ZSzZqT 

Monday, October 13: Arabic Cooking Class
6:30pm @ Food Science & Human Nutrition Building
Join us and learn how to roll and make stuffed grapeleaves, zaatar pies and basbousa / hreeseh / nammoura (a semolina based cake).
Must RSVP to this event, attendance limited to 40 people: tinyurl.com/asacooks

Tuesday, October 14: Arab Christians Panel
"Did You Convert?" and other Misconceptions
6:30pm @ Little 113

Wednesday, October 15: Movie Night! "Detroit Unleaded"
6:30pm @ Rinker 215

Thursday, October 16: **2nd Annual Arabic Fair!!!**
9:30am - 3:00pm @ Plaza of the Americas 
Join us for an outdoor celebration of Arabic culture.

23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Wednesday, October 15:
- Golden Key at 7:00pm in Turlington L005. Focus: Learn about upcoming events and meet awesome people. Dinner provided.




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