Center for High Achievement & Scholarly Engagement
University Honors Program

Important Dates

April 7, 2014: Registration begins

April 10 @ 6:30pm, PB103
Call out meeting for those interested in being Honors Mentors/helping with orientation for the incoming class 

National ShaDO Week
April 14-18, 2014
In conjunction with National Osteopathic Medicine Week, osteopathic medical students from across the national will once again have to opportunity to participate in National ShaDO Week. This was designed to bring the osteopathic medical profession together to focus on one common goal - increasing awareness of Osteopathic Medicine and DO's in communities across the country.
Registration opens February 26. Check out the flier here!

April 17, 2014: Honors Thesis lunch (for those of you about to graduate and your advisors and parents if you want to invite them)

Honors Community Events

All presentation begin at noon and will be held in AU111 (the University Club) unless otherwise stated. 

Monday, April 7 @4pm, GH108
"Maggots, Murder, and Mayhem"
Dr. Neal Haskell, forensic entomologist. Sponsored by STS. 

Monday, April 7 @ 5:30pm, GH105
Spring Academic Forum. This is a great time to talk about classes/professors as the registration process begins. 

Brandie Oliver, Education; April 10
More info to come! 

Thesis Proposal Writing Workshops

All will take place in JH155

January 30 @ 12pm or 5pm: The Thesis Basics

February 10/11 @ 12pm, Feb 12 @ 5:30pm: The IRB Process and You

February 20 @ 12pm: The Mechanics of Writing

March 7, 2014: Thesis Proposals due

Thesis Deadlines*

November 15, 2013: Thesis Proposals must be approved by this date

February 12, 2014: Deadline for URC registration

February 20 @ 12pm, JH155: The Mechanics of Writing. 

March 19, 2014: Penultimate Thesis Draft Due

April 11, 2014: Undergraduate Research Conference

April 28, 2014: Thesis Due

*These deadlines are for May 2014 graduates.  Please contact the Honors Program Office for information regarding deadlines for December or August graduates.