Category Archives: Honors Symposium

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This Wed, Honors Symposium in AV2, “Will Japan ‘Lean In’ to Gender Equality?”

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Monday, Oct 19th, Honors Symposium “Mass Media Ethics” 4PM in AV2

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Honors Symposium Tues. Oct 13, AV2

Honors Symposium Presenting Your Undergraduate Research will take place Tuesday October 13, Library AV2, at 7:00PM

Honors students who have presented on their research interests at both state-wide and regional Honors conferences describe their experience and offer advice to students who wish to participate similarly in upcoming Honors conferences.

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Tuesday Oct 6, Honors Symposium with Professors Harrington and Smith

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Honors Symposium with Daniel Dooghan

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Honors Symposium with Gary Luter

 

Today, Tuesday Sept. 15th at 5PM in AV2, Macdonald-Kelce Library

Honors Symposium with Gary Luter, professor of speech, theatre, and dance, will give his talk “The Ultimate Censorship: Killing the Poet Garcia Lorca.”

All are welcome to attend.

Please note that dates and locations are subject to change. For more information, contact the Honors Program at (813) 257 – 3545 or honors@ut.edu

 

UT’s Scholar’s Symposium Fall 2015 Presents Eric Hayot

From UT Scholar Symposia:

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For more about Eric Hayot, check out his page.

Undergraduate Research Week: April 23 – 29

The university library plays a critical role in undergraduate (or any level) of research. Here at Macdonald-Kelce we celebrate UT’s emphasis on the importance of undergraduate research. This means we are able to offer you higher quality collections with a more in depth focus on research methods. Many of our librarians have subject specific expertise – don’t hesitate to ask us for help.

A week long schedule of events honoring the achievements (your achievements!) made in undergraduate research is coming up in April. Symposia include many of the colleges at UT: College of Natural and Health Sciences (CNHS), Sykes College of Business, College of Social Sciences, Mathematics, and Education (CSSME), the Honors Program, and a Human Rights Conference. Read more about it in the March Insighter.

The Art of the Book – Honors Symposium

On Monday, September 24, a topic near and dear to my heart.

“Richard Mathews, UT Dana professor of English/English and writing and director of the UT Press and Tampa Review, will present “The Art of the Book: Revolutions, Reinventions and Revivals.” Books are at the heart of higher learning. They have led and reflected revolutions; they have enshrined and preserved art, science, and creative expression. This talk introduces some key revolutions, reinventions and revivals of the book on the world stage and on campus at The University of Tampa Press, Tampa Review and the Book Arts Studio.”

Honors Symposium Monday, Sep. 24, 2012, 4 – 5 p.m.
Location: Reeves Theater, Vaughn Center, second Floor

Find out more here.