This requirement is intended to encourage students to explore the rich cultural events available on this campus as an enhancement of their educational experience. To this end, the honors college requires that all freshmen attend at least four Lee Honors College-sponsored events during their first year and two in their sophomore year. Transfer students are required to attend two Lee Honors College-sponsored events during their first year as an honors student. Any non-transfer student who fails to attend and present a Bronco ID at four sponsored events by the end of their first year will not be in good standing with the honors college. Failure to attend and present a Bronco ID at the required number of honors college sponsored events by the end of the second year will result in dismissal from the Lee Honors College. Mark your calendars and plan to attend as many of these as possible!
NEW FOR SPRING 2015!
Next in the Raise Your Voice series
“Effecting Change Through Social Media,” presented by Soraya Chemaly
Tuesday, March 3, 7 p.m., 2000 Schneider Hall
Social media is frequently implicated in harassment and abuse; however, it also provides unprecedented opportunities to positively effect change, particularly when it comes to women’s rights. Story telling, awareness building and social actions can all be used to create a more equitable and empathetic culture. For additional information on Soraya Chemaly, please visit sorayachemaly.tumblr.com. A reception in the honors college lounge will follow the lecture.
OTHER HONORS COLLEGE SPONSORED EVENTS
Lyceum Lecture (LATE START)
“Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy for Sustainability” by Dr. Bade Shrestha, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Wednesday, March 4, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., honors college lounge
Mix it Up
There is no Mix it Up on Thursday, March 5. Wishing everyone safe travels and plenty of rest and relaxation over spring break!