The Council on Honors Education-APLU Conference is hosting a Student Panel to discuss the value of an Honors education on Sunday, Nov. 14, and they are looking for Honors students to participate!
Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors Foundations course for spring semester, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses. Honors EXCEL required courses are also listed below. Students, please consult your Honors program handbook for information on what courses are required to successfully complete your Honors program.
Check the Registrar's website for information on your priority registration date.
North Elementary acquired a garden-based learning initiative years ago and maintains about an acre of collective garden space today that is a regular site for environmental observation, engagement, and stewardship for attending students, and two positions have been integral to sustaining and growing the program. This fall, there is an Outreach Coordinator position and a Garden Manager position available. These two individuals would routinely work in tandem, but the direct service member would serve as caretaker of educational garden spaces, including one smaller high tunnel, while the indirect service member would build capacity through such tasks as fundraising, grant writing, research, and volunteer recruitment. The positions require a full-time commitment and are more geared toward recent graduates. More information on each of the positions can be found below.
The AmeriCorps/VISTA is seeking an individual interested in growing and sustaining the school garden program at North Elementary through capacity building activities such as fundraising, grant writing, research, and volunteer recruitment. North Elementary School adopted a garden-based learning initiative in 2011 and has since grown to sustain about an acre of collective garden space on school grounds that is a regular site for observation, engagement, and environmental stewardship for attending preK-5 students. This position would entail indirect, as opposed to direct, service as a AmeriCorps VISTA of the West Virginia's Promise - The Alliance for Youth, a program which seeks to mobilize partners across the state to strengthen the capacity of local communities to develop and support young people. Please check out the Alliance for Youth website here.
At each of these events, we discussed one of the four Summer Assignment Prompts for our Campus Read, "The Line Becomes a River" by Francisco Cantú. Students joined us to talk about the book and ask their questions.
Missed the events? Watch the recordings below.
See below for a list of open HONR 102 sections, including the course CRN, section number, and section meeting day and time.
The Davis College is seeking a motivated individual to assist with sorting and identifying macro-invertebrate specimens for a state-wide wetland water quality study. Approximately 500 total soil core samples and 250 D-net sweeps will be collected for both spring and fall seasons. Weekly samples need to be sorted within 5 days of collection, preserved and later identified to genus. Sample sorting and identification will take place in Percival Hall in rom 318.
The Center for Service and Learning’s annual Excellence in Community Engagement Awards honor extraordinary accomplishments in engaged learning and community impact. The recognition criteria are founded upon demonstration of the Mountaineer core values of service, curiosity, respect, accountability and appreciation. The awards are described in the 9 categories below along with criteria and eligibility requirements.
Nominations must be submitted by Monday, April 12. Self-nominations will also be accepted. Winners will be announced by Friday, April 23. Nominations can be made here.
Join the Center for Service and Learning for the next event in the “Perspectives in…” series on Monday, March 29 at 6 p.m. This event’s theme will be “Perspectives in…the Art of Service.”
The guest speaker will be Patrice Harris, MD, MA. Dr. Harris is an American psychiatrist and the first African American woman to be elected president of the American Medical Association. She was elected the 174th president in June 2019. Dr. Harris is a native of West Virginia and received her Doctor of Medicine degree at West Virginia University.
Join the WVU LGBTQ+ Center for a panel event, “Advocacy, Journey, and Vocabulary around the Needs of Transgender Students, Faculty, and Community,” online on Wednesday, March 31 from 3-4 p.m.
RSVP to the Facebook event page for updates.