This week in Collo, 3/27…

Reminders: The second hours report is due tomorrow, 3/28. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZJDM5_42G_bwblmvKjWaB3HM4wrXp0B_qWQUNpW786TVl8w/viewform. (Freshmen and 1st year Midways do not need to fill this out if you are blogging or otherwise keeping me informed about your projects for the semester.) The Honors Social is next week, 4/4, 7:00, at Mediterranean Garden/Red Mezze. (Map) Class: The Boland Undergraduate Research Symposium is Tuesday, 3/28, at the Millennium Center, starting at 8:00 am. Check out the program for details. http://www.etsu.edu/honors/ug_research/documents/2017bolprogonline.pdf. Please make an effort to go if at all possible. Lots of honors students are presenting, and lot of honors students are involved in the planning and execution. […]

This week in Collo, 3/20…

Class: There is no class for anyone this week. I will be out of town on Tuesday. Thesis presentations: Wednesday, 3/22, 3 pm, Great Room, Hallie Sartain, “ChAT Expression in C. muridarum-infected Genital Tissue.”  If you are presenting your thesis this semester somewhere other than the Boland, let me know about it. Collo-related activities: Monday, 3/20, 7:30 pm, Brooks Gym, SGA Civility Celebration Address: Dr. Bernice King. Doors open at 6:30. Seating is first come first serve. Tuesday, 3/21, 5:00 pm, Multicultural Center, Susan Lachmann, host of WETS-FM/HD’s ‘Women on Air,’ is presenting a Women’s History Month Lecture entitled ‘Thirty Years of Powerful Voices’ […]

This week in Collo, 3/13…

This month is ETSU’s “Celebration of Civility,” so there are a lot of events related to this beginning this week and continuing throughout the month. A lot of honors students are involved in the planning and execution of these events, so aside from your own edification, go to these events and support your fellow honors students. A full list of events during the month is here. You’re especially encouraged to attend the lecture by Dr. Bernice King on Monday at 7:30 in the Culp Auditorium. Class: UHS Freshmen meet on Tuesday, 5:15 in the Great Room. No class for anyone else. […]

This Week in Collo, 2/28…

Reminder: The first hours report is due today. The form is here – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiZx6kz2H3swSddMj6WVlk0UlMKug0U-XyvF6lF30Mams5WQ/viewform. ***Freshmen and 1st-year Midways do not have to fill this out. Please no freaking out, thanks.*** Class: Class tonight, 5:15 in the Great Room, is an open discussion. Everyone is invited to attend. No one is required to attend. This is an opportunity to talk about whatever you want to talk about with a (possibly, hopefully) diverse group of people. We’re putting the colloquy in colloquium. You bring the topics, I moderate. This is one opportunity for getting class hours. Other future opportunities include the Boland symposium, the […]

This week in Collo, 2/20…

Announcement:  The Honors College Spring Social will be on Tuesday, April 4th, 7-10 pm, at Mediterranean Garden. More details to come. Class: 1st-year Midways should meet on Tuesday, 2/21, 5:15 pm, in the Great Room. (Really and truly this time.) Collo-related activities: 2/21, 6:30 pm, Multicultural Center, Black Beauty Discussion (Unapologetically Black) 2/21, 7:00 pm, Culp Auditorium, “Mercy Killers,” a one-man show with Michael Milligan. Collected from personal stories of financial and emotional bankruptcy, Mercy Killers depicts the plight of a blue-collar mechanic, Joe, whose wife has cancer, and their life-and-death struggle with the American healthcare system. Through the eyes of Joe, […]

This week in Collo, 2/13…

Class: 2/14, 5:15 pm, Great Room, UHS Juniors meet with Dr. Kornweibel 2/14, 5:15 pm, Rogers-Stout 124, 1st-year Midways meet with Hedden (be prepared to talk about what you plan to do this semester for Collo) Collo-related activities: 2/13, 7:30 pm, Multicultural Center, Black Stereotypes/Breaking the Chain Discussion (Unaplogetically Black) 2/14, 7:30 pm, Mathes Hall 107, Ready for the World: Brazilian Colors. An evening of Brazilian music presented by guest artists Paula Bujes, violin; Pedro Huff, cello; Miroslav Hristov, violin; and Dept. of Music faculty member David Kovac, viola. 2/15, 6:00 pm, Culp Center East Tennessee Room, Career Fair Prep Workshop. You are invited to […]

This week in Collo, 2/6…

Class: 2/7, Senior UHS meet with Dr. Kornweibel in the Great Room at 5:15 pm 2/7, Freshmen UHS meet with Hedden in Rogers-Stout 124 Collo related activities: 2/6, 6:00 pm, Yoakley Great Room, The Washington Center internship information session/Pizza party, with Kevin Nunley (Vice President of Student Affairs for TWC). Former ETSU interns at TWC will be available to answer questions. 2/6, 7:00 pm, Culp Auditorium, “Mango Dreams” narrative film. A Hindu doctor with dementia and a Muslim auto rickshaw driver form an unlikely friendship as they journey a thousand miles across India in a rickshaw. Part of South Arts Southern Circuit […]

This week in Collo, 1/30…

Class: 1/31, 5:15, Great Room, 2nd-year Midways meet with Dr. Kornweibel. 1/31, 5:15, Rogers-Stout 124, 1st-year Midways meet with Hedden. Collo-Related Activities: 1/30, 6:00, Great Room, Honors College Student Council meeting.  2/1, 10am – 2pm, Culp Center, Winter Cruise: Wizards and Blizzards. This year’s Winter Cruise theme will be Wizards and Blizzards. Experience the Harry Potter world through our events, decorations, and booths, all while learning about the organizations and departments on campus. Events will include a costume contest, a wand-making station, and much more. Prizes will be given to contest winners. Winter Cruise will be on Wednesday, February 1st from […]

This week in Collo, 11/29…

Announcements: Incoming Midways should come to class today, 11/29, at 5:15 in the Great Room.  For returning students, your final hours report is officially due today, 11/29. You have a one week grace period to get that in. So you have until 12/6. I will take any report late, though it may be subject to a penalty. Just get the hours reports in. It will make all of our lives easier. Collo Related Activities: Tuesday, 11/29, 7:00 pm, Culp Auditorium, The i’Mpossible Project: Kicking My Blue Genes in the Butt– Josh Rivedal. Suicide prevention and mental health event. This is a PSYCH 2020 […]