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Eva

Eva has written 31 posts for University Honors Program Blog

GW Commencement Fair 2016

Hey seniors! Planning on walking in May? Check out the information about the Commencement Fair 2016 below, or on the commencement website.  Commencement Fair 2016 – Foggy Bottom Campus Thursday, March 31 – Saturday, April 2 GW Campus Store, Marvin Center Lower Level Hours: Thursday & Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. “Commencement Memories […]

Elliott Undergraduate Scholars Program – Apply Now!

The Elliott School Undergraduate Scholars program is an exciting independent research opportunity for outstanding Elliott School juniors and seniors (see “Eligibility” below) that can help you work toward these and other goals. Undergraduate Scholars is a year-long program, and students must participate in both Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. Highlights of the program include: One-credit Pass/No Pass […]

Jamaica and South Africa Service-Learning Opportunity

One Heart Source is currently accepting applications for their 2016 Volunteer Programs. They are offering immersive 1, 2 and 4 week service-learning programs in Jamaica and South Africa this summer! As an OHS Volunteer you will: Develop the international experience graduate schools and employers look for Gain skills in academic tutoring, international communication, and community outreach Mentor […]

Psychology Internship Opportunity with NDU

Hey psych-y UHPers! Looking for a unique type of internship for this spring semester or summer? Look no further. Internship applications of highly motivated undergraduate psychology students are currently being accepted for The Eisenhower School at the National Defense University. If accepted, students will be members of the Leadership Fitness Lab and work with Dr. […]

Spelunking with Prof. Ralkowski &GW TRAiLS

Calling all UHP freshmen! On Sunday, December 6, 2015, join Prof. Ralkowski and GW TRAiLS for a day of spelunking in West Virginia! Please sign up by Wednesday, Dec. 2 (this is also the cancellation date if you change your mind).   You’ll meet at the glass tables in Marvin Center (by the admissions office) […]

UHP Hike at Harpers Ferry

Harpers Ferry is a small town in West Virginia, famous for being situated on a spit of land where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet. It is surrounded by foothills of the Shenandoah mountains which offer amazing views of the town, such as this one: For those interested in transportation history, it was central to […]

SURE Award Deadline: Friday, October 2

Find out how to win up to $500 to support your independent research project!

INTERNSHIP: Diplomatic Intern at Kurdistan Regional Government Office of Representation in the US

For a post about a UHPer who did this internship, or more information about the Kurds in general see here. Diplomatic Internship Kurdistan Regional Government Representation to the US Internship description: The Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the U.S. (KRG-US) is seeking candidates currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs for a full-time or part-time […]

Food for Thought with Prof. Ralkowski

From Professor Ralkowski himself: “I recently edited a book called Louis C.K. and Philosophy: You Don’t Get to Be Bored. In this Food for Thought talk, I will tell you a little bit about the book—where the idea for it came from, how I found the authors and put it together, what I wrote for it, […]

UHP Community Brunch

The answer to this kitten’s prayers is here! The UHP will be having another community brunch on Saturday, April 11 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Club Room on Foggy! Come eat delicious food catered from Au Bon Pain and hang out with your friends, classmates, and professors! Last chance for free breakfast […]

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