1. President Genshaft has invited the Vice Chancellor (President) of the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, one of our Global Academic Partners, to the December graduation to receive the Global Academic Leadership Award. We would like her (the Vice Chancellor) to meet with YOU for tea on Thursday, 8th December, at 3:00 – 4:00 pm in ADM 252. This is a great opportunity for you to get to know someone from Ghana and since USF has programs at Cape Coast, you may be interested in doing a study abroad there (I am sure we could enhance your scholarship if you did).
This is an activity you really ought to go out of your way to attend. Please RSVP in the next week if you plan to attend.
2. Are you entering our One-Act PlayWrite competition? Let me know, please.
3. Please make sure you have an up-to-date e-Portfolio so you can get your Honors study abroad scholarship and so you can apply for Honors College competitive scholarships. Go to the website, click on e-Portfolios and follow the directions or click below:
PAID LAW OFFICE INTERN -- Carrollwood law firm seeking Freshmen & Sophomore USF students. Excellent typing skills are required. You must also be a non-smoker. The intern program will run for six weeks at a time, beginning in November 2011. During this time period, you will learn how the office is run and how to produce work within the office.
Intern programs will run through Summer 2012. Towards the end of Summer 2012, the office will select a few interns to offer a part-time position to for Fall 2012 until the student’s graduation. If interested, please send your resume, specify typing speed, date of graduation, ability to work part-time commencing next fall, & whether or not you are interested in attending law school to email@example.com.
Summer Course in London
USF is offering a wonderful course in London this summer.  Contact Professor Linda Whiteford for further information.  Honors Scholarships will be available.  See details below.
The online permit request forms are now open for Spring 2012. To find these forms, please go to the Honors website, scroll down to Honors College Forms: Online Forms, and then the form you require.There are 2 permit request forms and a link for IDH 4910 Undergraduate Research (contract):
Permit Request form: for IDH 2010, 3100, 3350, 3400, 3600, 4000,4200 and 4930.
Thesis Permit form: A permit is needed for each semester of thesis, only one semester of thesis at a time may be permitted.
Undergraduate Research Permit: This link is found under Print Forms. Click on the link (IDH 4910) and print the Contract (once the contract is turned in, you will be registered for IDH 4910) -- beginning in Spring 12, this course is for Honors Students ONLY.
The following classes need a permit: IDH 2010, IDH 4000, IDH 4930, and ANY COURSE that you try to register for that gives you an error message. NOTE: Any Honors student who has not had IDH 2010 will usually need a permit for any Honors course -- be prepared and apply early!
Note: In SP12, the IDH 2010 classes will be for the Fall 11 incoming freshmen ONLY.
Thesis Presentation Day
To All Honors College Students:
Thesis is the cornerstone of the Honors College experience. Recognizing its importance for our academic community, we have established Thesis Day, when some of our students are given the opportunity to present their theses in a public forum. We request that all students currently enrolled in Thesis I plan to attend for at least one of the 1 1/2-hour long sessions. We will also assign each attending freshman a Freshpeople 5 credit for each session.
This semester, Thesis Day will be Friday, December 2, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Honors College (ADM 241). Oral presentations will last 15-20 minutes. PowerPoint, judiciously used, is acceptable. A 10-15 minute discussion will follow.
To all Students presently enrolled in Thesis II :
If you will finish your thesis this semester, please fill out the Thesis Day Registration Form, found on the Honors website. Submit it no later than Wednesday, November 23rd.
Since more students will complete their theses than can be accommodated on Thesis Day, we will select a representative sample to be presented. If you are selected, we will notify you for which format you have been selected. In the event that you are not selected, please know that only limits of space could exclude you.
If you present and your mentor and committee member can come to Thesis Day, it will count as the required public presentation if not, you will need to present to your committee on a separate occasion arranged with them.
Free Honors College MCAT Prep Course Spring 2012
The Honors College is now accepting applications for a *FREE* MCAT preparatory course to be offered during spring 2012. The 15-week non-credit course, facilitated by third and fourth year USF College of Medicine students, includes test strategy as well as content preparation. All materials will be provided at no cost to students due to a generous donation from the Chowdhari family.
This course will be offered on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-9:00pm (location TBD). Interested students must demonstrate financial need, motivation for medical school and sufficient academic preparation for MCAT. To apply, submit a detailed personal statement (recommended length at least one page) describing financial need and future goals to Ms. Amy Sturrock, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include UID#. Deadline is Friday, December 2, 2011.
Student who plan to apply for the Boren Undergraduate Scholarship should attend this informational workshop on Tuesday, November 30 at 10am in ADM 252. The Boren Scholarship is for students who want to learn a critical language abroad and can spend 6-12 doing so.
The workshop will cover information regarding the scholarship and the application deadline. The internal deadline to apply is January 10, 2012.
This is a summer internship/seminar program in Berlin for American journalism and communications students. They will accept current undergraduate students, graduating seniors, recent graduates and Master's students.
Applicants must have at least "advanced intermediate" German skills, as the seminars and internships take place in the German language. The applicants who are finally selected for the program will be awarded a monthly stipend of 650 Euros for the duration of their stay in Germany.
Present your research at the Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting
The 76th Annual Meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences will be held at the University of South Florida, March 16-17, 2012.
Abstracts on any aspect of science or engineering, including science education, are being accepted for presentation opportunities.
The deadline to submit abstracts is Friday, December 16. Early submissions are strongly encouraged. For further information and procedures, please visit the academy's web page located at www.floridaacademyofsciences.org or contact the FAS Program Chair, Dr. Jeremy Montague (Barry University) at 305-899-3218, fax 305-899-3225, email: email@example.com .
MTC offers a summer internship for all college freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
Summer interns examine issues of race, education and poverty (and food). This is done through field trips, a speaker series and readings. Reflections are done as blog entries and discussions. All interns work towards a final project.
Do you want to lead? Do you want to make a difference? Join the LLC Street Team! What exactly is a Street Team member? You're one of the most essential components in the LLC. For more information, refer to the position description and application available on Blackboard or contact Alnicia Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final Review with Professors
The end of the semester is approaching, study sessions are available with professors for the following courses:
Chemistry for Today, Bio-Cell Processes, Gen Physics, Bio II- Biological Diversity, Principles of Biology, College Algebra, Basic Economics, Culture and Diversity, Physics I, Physics II, Intro to Statistics, Business Calculus, Principles of Macro Econ., Chemistry for Engineers, General Physics II, and Gen Genetics.
For more information, please contact Alnicia Williams at email@example.com, JPH 1309 or call 974-3093. You may also contact your respective advisor.
Need a quick stress reliever before Finals Week? Come check-out and experience some of the newest XBOX games on the market and exclusive insight from an onsite Microsoft professional.
Tuesday, November 29th 7-10 pm in Juniper Poplar
RA MADE Resident Assistant Selection
Being a Resident Assistant (RA) at USF offers a dynamic opportunity to interact with fellow students on a daily basis. Resident Assistants will be part of large scale educational programs, building relationships among residents, and developing skills interacting with professional staff. If this is something that interests you, applications are available now.
Give a new use to an item you don't want anymore! Rather than taking stuff home for the break or throwing it away, bring unwanted items to the SWAP SHOP and then come browse and grab items that others have dropped off! All items are FREE with USF ID!
Drop off items: Holly J, Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 6-8pm OR Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 12-2 pm
The Jenkins Scholars Program is looking for a tutor for General Chemistry for Engineers and for Precalculus Trigonometry. Applicants MUST have an overall 3.3 GPA, have taken the respective course at USF, and received an A in the course. Applications should be submitted by following the link provided. Contact information: Rochelly Ramirez, Jenkins GA, firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you would like to be included in future editions of "Know-a-BULL News", articles may be submitted for consideration to Dr. Silverman through the submission form. Submissions should be brief and well written. Links should be JPG images or PDFs.