Here is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience and to present your work to a larger audience. The College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences of Purdue University Northwest has announced the 25th Annual Clement S. Stacy Memorial Undergraduate Research Conference, which will take place on Friday and Saturday, April 7-8, 2017 in Hammond, Indiana.
The conference is a forum for undergraduate Humanities and Social Sciences scholars from across the upper Midwest to present their projects and discuss the results of their research with fellow students and faculty mentors. Information about the abstract submission guidelines, deadline, and conference details can be found at our Clement S. Stacy Memorial Undergraduate Research Conference webpage.
If you would like help with your proposal and/or with securing funding to make the trip, please contact Dr. Kaplowitz.
The Honors Program will host a lunchtime meet-and-greet to give students a chance to meet others in the program, especially those new to Judson. We’ll also have a Q&A with program director Dr. Craig Kaplowitz as the first installment of this year’s Lunch-With-A-Professor series.
Come join us next Monday, November 14 anytime between 11:00-1:00. Grab your lunch and meet us in the Reed Room (the small meeting room at the north end of the cafeteria) — enter from the corner of the cafeteria near the windows. Feel free to come as go as your schedule allows.
Hope to see you there!
Honors Students are invited to attend a meet & greet reception right after the main event of the World Leaders Forum Inspirational Series on October 10. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions of both Mary Lou Retton and Nancy Theis Marshall (former Olympic champion, our chapel speaker and emcee that day). Contact Kristen Egan in the Development Office for more information and to RSVP.
Judson’s Constitution Day events will include an afternoon talk exclusively for Honors students and World Leaders Forum scholars in Chapel 6 from 12:30-2:00pm on Wednesday, September 21. This talk, entitled “Leadership in a Time of Crisis,” will follow talks in Chapel and at a special luncheon for community and business leaders. Honors students will be hosting tables at the luncheon as well. See Judson’s website for additional details.
We honored our Honors Program graduates last night in a short ceremony before the Graduate Reception. Pictured are Eva Bishop, Serena Ching, Will Morris, Lauren Price, Brad Schaefer, Kira Spears, and program director Dr. Craig Kaplowitz. Unable to attend were graduating seniors Cayla Cerny, Rebecca Fiesler, Jon Richardson, and Jarod Schieler.
This is the largest class of graduates we have had in The Honors Program to date, beating last year’s class by one.
We had another successful Puppy Stress Relief study break event on campus today.
For the third consecutive exam week The Honors Program has coordinated with the Anderson Animal Shelter in South Elgin to bring puppies to campus, to the delight of dogs and students alike.
Faculty, students, and friends were encouraged to bring their own dogs as well, so we had a full contingent of both dogs and people to enjoy some play time.
We had dogs large . . .
And small . . .
And, of course, refreshments…
Many thanks to Crystal Barker, Jon Richardson, Nate Rozanski, and Kimmy Blake for putting it all together.
The Honors Program will again be hosting a Puppy Study Break during exams. Come by the lawn outside the Upper Commons on Wednesday, May 4 between 3:30-5:30 for some K-9 stress relief and refreshments.
Pass the word — all are welcome!