The last day of tutoring offered by the testWELL Learning Center will be Thursday, April 27th at 8 pm in Honors Hall. Take advantage of the free tutoring prior to final exam week. Best wishes and hope everyone finishes strong.
It is the last week of classes and there are still many activities to get involved in throughout campus. Don’t miss out!
Dear Honors College student,
I am writing to you about a very promising foreign study venture for internationally-oriented students now completing their first (or, in some cases, second year) at WVU. This is the largely funded opportunity to participate in The European International Model United Nations (TEIMUN) to be held in The Hague, Netherlands this summer in mid-July. Since 2009 the International Studies Program and the Division of Student Life have partnered to take students to this model UN conference. All this has been very successful. TEIMUN is run by graduate students from universities throughout the Netherlands and beyond (including past WVU participants), and it is academically rigorous and internationally meaningful. This is true in two respects.
Dr. Melissa Patchan, Learning Sciences & Human Development, is seeking several students to work on a research project that examines the usefulness of peer feedback (e.g., feedback provided by students to help peers improve their writing). Students' primary responsibilities will involve sorting peer feedback comments based on certain features (i.e., coding). Training and regular meetings with Megan Mikesell and Dr. Patchan will also be required. Students will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week. Although there is some flexibility in which hours/days students work, the majority of these hours must occur on Monday-Friday between 8 am and 5 pm. Multiple positions are available in the Summer and Fall semesters. See the attached flyer for more information and what information you need before contacting Dr. Patchan (Melissa.Patchan@mail.wvu.edu).
Join ASPIRE for cookies as we discuss the GRF Program for undergrads and 1st year grad students pursuing STEM majors on April 26th at 6 pm, Oglebay Room 118. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. See event flyer for further details.
Join us on Thursday, April 20th at 7:30 pm in the Creative Arts Center to enjoy a wonderful concert. The final of three concerts for this semester, the West Virginia University Symphony Orchestra will be featuring James Miltenberger, piano faculty member. Tickets are FREE for WVU students with ID! See event flyer for more details.
Come join the WVU community for some awesome programming throughout campus this
week. Get involved!
Come to an information session Thursday, April 20th at 6:00 PM in Hodges Hall Rm 259 to learn about programs at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
A LECOM representative will be on campus to answer all your questions about their programs.
Join the conversation with Keisha Kibler: "Stuff I’ve Said as a Rural Educator: Responses to Accountability and Responsibility"--7-8 pm, Thursday, April 20th, Honors Hall RFL Apartment. All are welcome. Great desserts served! Share the event flyer.
All rising juniors and seniors in the Honors College are invited to attend this picnic in your honor on Tuesday, April 18th from 6-8:30 pm, at the Oakland Hall Courtyard. Food, fun, bubble soccer! Come have some fun!