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February

24
Friday

Fulbright Information Session: How to research your country of interest

Today!
 
Time: 3:00 PM Location:ALN 252
Description:
There are over 140 countries to choose from for a Fulbright application. Attend this information session to learn more about the process of not only choosing a country, but making meaningful connections to that country before you start your application. USF Fulbright Program Advisor Ms. Lauren Chambers will lead this information session. This information session is the second of three Fulbright information sessions for the spring semester.

This information session will be hosted on Friday, February 24 at 3pm in ALN 252, an interior room in the Grace Allen Building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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February

24
Friday

How to Write Well Series: Seminar 2

Today!
 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
The How To Write Well Series is a writing seminar that prepares students of all disciplines for their future careers, scholarship opportunities, and studies, by teaching skills such as economy of language, precision, and introspection through various writing practices. Conducted twice monthly, each seminar will cover a different writing technique, form, style, or skill. Attend as many as you like.

This series will give you tools to hone your creative and critical thinking skills though interactive workshops. Bring a pen and paper or your laptopwe will write in every session.

Prospective Fulbright, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Schwarzman, and Truman applicants are required to attend at least two workshops.

This seminar will be hosted on Friday, February 24 at 2pm in ALN 233, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241. If you have any questions, please contact Robert Annis at rannis@honors.usf.edu.
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

3
Friday

Fulbright Information Session: What is the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and how do I apply?

 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering fellowships abroad for one academic year to graduating college seniors, graduate students, young professionals, scientists and artists. Program participants pursue graduate or professional study, advanced research, or English teaching. Each year, approximately 1,900 Americans traveling to more than 140 countries receive support from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Attend this information session to learn more about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and how you will work with USF Fulbright Program Advisor Ms. Lauren Chambers on your application. This information session is the first of three Fulbright information sessions for the spring semester.

This information session will be hosted on Friday, March 3 at 2pm in ALN 233, an interior room in the Grace Allen Building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

3
Friday

HCSC Leadership Lecture Series

 
Time: 1-2pm Location:ALN 252
Description:
Please attend this week's Unconventional Paths HCSC Leadership Lecture Series featuring Ms. Atsuko Sakai.
RSVP required.    Seats Left: 23

Contact robertsl1@usf.edu for more information

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March

10
Friday

How to Write Well Series: Seminar 3

 
Time: 1:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
The How To Write Well Series is a writing seminar that prepares students of all disciplines for their future careers, scholarship opportunities, and studies, by teaching skills such as economy of language, precision, and introspection through various writing practices. Conducted twice monthly, each seminar will cover a different writing technique, form, style, or skill. Attend as many as you like.

This series will give you tools to hone your creative and critical thinking skills though interactive workshops. Bring a pen and paper or your laptopwe will write in every session.

Prospective Fulbright, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Schwarzman, and Truman applicants are required to attend at least two workshops.

This seminar will be hosted on Friday, March 10 at 1pm in ALN 233, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241. If you have any questions, please contact Robert Annis at rannis@honors.usf.edu.
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

24
Friday

Fulbright Information Session: How to research your country of interest

 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 252
Description:
There are over 140 countries to choose from for a Fulbright application. Attend this information session to learn more about the process of not only choosing a country, but making meaningful connections to that country before you start your application. USF Fulbright Program Advisor Ms. Lauren Chambers will lead this information session. This information session is the second of three Fulbright information sessions for the spring semester.

This information session will be hosted on Friday, March 24 at 2pm in ALN 252, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

24
Friday

How to Write Well Series: Seminar 4

 
Time: 1:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
The How To Write Well Series is a writing seminar that prepares students of all disciplines for their future careers, scholarship opportunities, and studies, by teaching skills such as economy of language, precision, and introspection through various writing practices. Conducted twice monthly, each seminar will cover a different writing technique, form, style, or skill. Attend as many as you like.

This series will give you tools to hone your creative and critical thinking skills though interactive workshops. Bring a pen and paper or your laptopwe will write in every session.

Prospective Fulbright, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Schwarzman, and Truman applicants are required to attend at least two workshops.

This seminar will be hosted on Friday, March 24 at 1pm in ALN 233, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241. If you have any questions, please contact Robert Annis at rannis@honors.usf.edu.
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

31
Friday

Fulbright Information Session: How to write a competitive statement

 
Time: 1:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
A competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Program application requires six to nine months of preparation. Much of that time is devoted to writing (and re-writing) the applications statement of grant purpose and personal statement.

All students preparing to apply for the Fulbright US Student Program current application cycle must attend this informational workshop to learn tips and strategies for preparing a competitive statement of grant purpose and personal statement. The writing-focused session will be led by USF Fulbright Program Advisor, Ms. Lauren Chambers. This information session is the third of three Fulbright information sessions for the spring semester.

This information session will be hosted on Friday, March 31 at 1pm in ALN 233, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

31
Friday

National Scholarships for Undergraduate Students

 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 237
Description:
The National Scholarships for Undergraduate Students Information Session is a resource to learn about scholarly opportunities available to undergraduate students of any class level. These funding opportunities support activities including study abroad, study of specific majors like STEM and health-careers, paid internships, research, critical language training, and graduate school.

This information session will be hosted by ONS Graduate Assistant, Mr. Ryan Graydon, on Friday, March 31 at 2pm in ALN 237, an interior room in the Grace Allen Building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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March

31
Friday

HCSC Leadership Lecture Series

 
Time: 1-2pm Location:ALN 252
Description:
Please attend this week's Unconventional Paths HCSC Leadership Lecture Series featuring Dr. Michael Cross.
RSVP required.    Seats Left: 24

Contact robertsl1@usf.edu for more information

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April

7
Friday

Critical Language Scholarship Information Session

 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 252
Description:
This information session is for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in studying a critical foreign language abroad offered by the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS). Explore the languages offered by this fully-funded program on the CLS website: http://www.clscholarship.org/.

ONS CLS adviser, Mr. Robert Annis, will conduct this information session held on Friday, April 7 at 2pm in ALN 252, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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April

11
Tuesday

Honors College Spring Concert

 
Time: 7:30 Location:School of Music Concert Hall
Description:
Spring Concert by the Honors College Orchestra, Jazz Band and Chorus!
RSVP not required.

Contact Ms. Joan Field for more information

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April

21
Friday

Fulbright Information Session: How to write a competitive statement

 
Time: 2:00 PM Location:ALN 233
Description:
A competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Program application requires six to nine months of preparation. Much of that time is devoted to writing (and re-writing) the applications statement of grant purpose and personal statement.

All students preparing to apply for the Fulbright US Student Program current application cycle must attend this informational workshop to learn tips and strategies for preparing a competitive statement of grant purpose and personal statement. The writing-focused session will be led by USF Fulbright Program Advisor, Ms. Lauren Chambers. This information session is the third of three Fulbright information sessions for the spring semester.

This information session will be hosted on Friday, April 21 at 2pm in ALN 233, an interior room of the Grace Allen building. Please enter through the Honors College main entrance, ALN 241.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
RSVP not required.

Contact nationalscholarships@usf.edu for more information

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September

1
Friday

Honors College Freshman Convocation

 
Time: 12:45 - 3:30 Location:ALN Courtyard/MSC Oval Theater
Description:
Meet in the courtyard of ALN (downstairs from the Honors College) by 12:45, to "parade" with the group, and band, over to the Marshall Center.
RSVP not required.

Contact Ms. Joan Field for more information

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