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Research Matters: A Workshop on Asking and Answering Research Questions – Dr. Stephanie Gilmore

Thu, Sep 18, 3pm, DSU 2123 This workshop is geared toward humanities and social science students interested in pursuing research as undergraduates and beyond. This event is co-sponsored by Office of Scholar Development, Golden Key, and the Honors College.

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Potter College Career Linkages Conference: The ‘hot jobs’ of tomorrow aren’t jobs yet!

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Summer Research Opportunities in the Sciences and Social Sciences Workshops

The Office of Scholar Development will be offering three workshops for students interested in applying for summer research opportunities in the sciences and social sciences. The first fifteen minutes of the workshops will provide an overview of the different opportunities … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Matter: Why we need the humanities & social sciences more than ever

Maria Popova argues that the humanities help us become more human, and highlights actor John Lithgow’s quote from the above short film, among others: Without the humanities, life doesn’t have life – that’s the heart of the matter. Here is … Continue reading

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What employers really want

What employers really want from students is not what too many in higher education still think that they want. As a result of this misperception, students are not as well prepared as they could be. Honors education strives to provide … Continue reading

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Broccoli is My Personal Jihad

Please, join us for our tenth and final installation of WTF?! Potter College’s Spring 2013 line-up, “Broccoli is My Personal Jihad” with Instructor Khaldoun Almousily from the Modern Languages Department for a witty look at second-generation Arab-Americans who are trying … Continue reading

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