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Croissants with Chayko

This week, Faculty Fellow in Residence Dr. Chayko welcomes two special guests to the HC: sociology professor Dr. James Pennell and education professor Dr.

The Honors College 2019 Capstone Showcase


Join us!

We invite you to join us for the Honors College 2019 Capstone Showcase, which represents work by Honors College Scholars from across our diverse community—business to history, and from engineering and life sciences to the visual arts. Students will share their capstone work in a range of formats, including TED-style talks, lightning pitches, media-documented performances, model displays, academic panels, and research posters. 

The HC Global Scholarship Soiree: Research, Study, and Teach Abroad

Join representatives from the Office of Distinguished Fellowships, Peace Corps, Foreign Language Departments, Rutgers Global Office and more, to network and learn about international academic pursuits. Topics will include Fulbright, Gates Cambridge and Rhodes Scholarship applications, as well as opportunities to study abroad through embedded programs, English Second Language (ESL) international teaching opportunities, and student perspectives on the study abroad experience.

 

All class years and majors are encouraged to attend. Attire is business casual.

Honors College Scholarly Reports DUE (when required)

Honors College Scholarly Reports are due April 1 (when required) for students graduating in May.

Capstone deadlines, in the form of departmental honors, are set by individual academic departments or schools. Meeting the deadlines for your Capstone and, if required, your Honors College Scholarly Report ensures "Honors College Scholar" is notated on your diploma and you are included in the Honors College Scholars Convocation.