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1 U W F H O N O R S N E W S L E T T E R March/April Issue Spring Semester 2014 Inside this issue: Welcome Back! 1 Spring Break Has Come and Gone: Keep the Momentum Going! Honors Seminar: What It s About 2-3 Events Calendar 3 Honors Update 4 Artist s Gallery 5 Special points of interest: General Honors Council meetings are Tuesdays at 5:30 in the Alumni Room of building 12. Service Committee meetings are every Monday from 12:30-1 p.m. in the Council Office. Social Committee meetings are every Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. in the Council Office. President Jini Curry on Spring Break We here at the Honors Council hope you enjoyed every second of your break and are ready to finish the semester on a high note! Fall 2014 registration is coming up this month, and President Jini Curry on Spring Break the University will be semester! Attending study implementing a new PIN groups, meeting with your system for registration. professors, and reviewing Honors students should past exams are all good make appointments with ways to prepare for your their mentors and advisors finals. While studies are to get their Honors important, don t neglect requirements over and done attending the Council with! Students registering meetings every Tuesday! for summer 2014 courses will register in the same way as before. Midterms may be over, but final exams are just around the corner. Be sure not to slack off in the most important part of the Up and Coming: Next Year s Executive Board Council Member Lauren Meadors on Spring Break Fundraising Committee meetings are every Monday from 12-12:30pm in the Council Office. Jini Curry President Jessica Farrell Vice President Keilani Hernandez- Social Co-Chair Joshua Beers Social Co-Chair Meagan Adams- Service Co-Chair Gloria Underwood Service Co-Chair

2 Page 2 Infinite Wisdom Honors Seminar: What It s About One of the requirements to graduate as an Honors Student is to pass two Honors Seminar courses. Since seminars aren t required for any other course, most students have no idea what seminars are about. According to Dr. Watkins, In a lecture-based course, the instructor is the expert who imparts their knowledge to students from the podium. It might be thought of as a oneway delivery system. Seminars, This Honors seminar abroad is just one example of the many opportunities that the Honors Program has given me. Libby Lirette on the other hand, are more collaborative between instructor and students. While lecture courses teach parts of a single discipline, seminars are about teaching students to change their viewpoints about a topic. Some seminars try to educate students about the environment, while others teach students about the finer science of brewing beer (21 and up). Wastelands to Wetlands: Seminar by Dr. Jane Caffrey Death of a Goddess: Seminar by Dr. June Watkins Most students don t know about marshes. As citizens, they make decisions that affect the environment. Dr. Caffrey is an Associate Professor at the Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation. Her seminar Wastelands to Wetlands combines biology with the cultural aspects of marshlands and swamplands. However, not everything is done in a classroom. Dr. Caffrey encourages field trips to the coast. [They] let students see firsthand the problems with the environment. And we get a wider audience when our seminar requires beach trips. Rather than just lecture the whole class period, Dr. Caffrey prefers to start the class with a lecture of the week s topic, and the rest of the seminar is class discussion. I aim to make students comfortable with literature and interested in wetlands. The most important tool that I would love students to take away from my seminars is how to critically approach an issue. Death of a Goddess is best described as a mixture of disciplines (humanities, anthropology, religious studies) with class discussion. Class time is spent in discussion of a particular issue and so students must prepare out of class in order to participate in the discussion. Students who have taken the course in the past often take away more than just a passing grade. One student shares that Because of her teachings, I now have a more "there's more than one right answer" kind of view. It's something that has stuck with me, and I feel that I am far richer in experience and far better off for it.

3 Page 3 Buddhist Psychology: Seminar by Dr. William Mikulas The second paragraph of the syllabus explains all about the course: Please note that these are not courses in philosophy or religion. Rather, these are practical courses on how to apply the rich Buddhist knowledge to many aspects of daily living. The seminar summarizes the psychology of the various schools of Buddhism, and class time is mostly lecture with small periods of class discussion. Unlike most psychology courses, Dr. Mikulas encourages a lab course. The lab is a 45 minute practice of meditation and concentration, teaching students skills that they can apply day-to-day, for their lifetimes. March-April 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat MARCH 2 3 Sonic Night McGuire s 5k 8 BREAK 9 BREAK 10 BREAK 11 BREAK 12 BREAK 13 BREAK Taco Tuesday 7 pm Opera Night 5 pm 21 Habitat for Humanity Garden Day PAINT DAY APRIL Relay for Life 11 Honors Formal

4 Page 4 Honors Update MCGUIRE S 5K On Saturday, March 8 th, Honors students participated in the 37 th annual McGuire s St. Patrick s Day 5k. Runners were entered in a prediction contest: each runner would guess the time it took to finish, and whoever was closest would win. Even though the prizes were given to other racers, the post race party more than made up for it. CINDERELLA: THE OPERA On Friday, March 21 st, Cinderella: The Opera was held at the Civic Center downtown! Dr. Tomso held the 5:00 reception party before the opera began. Students who want to go to the next event should pay attention to the updates: the first 5 Honors students pay $5 for tickets instead of the usual $15! PAINT DAY The Honors Program hosted a Paint Day in Pargo on March 29th. Activities offered ranged from balloon painting, brush painting, bubble wrap painting, straw painting, and more! Students had a great time creating unique pieces of art and making some of the decorations for Honors Formal. Words of Advice: You get out of Honors what YOU put into it.

5 UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA HONORS COUNCIL University Parkway Pace Hall, Building 930 Pensacola, Florida, Phone: The Honors Council of the University of West Florida shall seek to provide greater opportunities for students enrolled in the Honors Program by facilitating increased academic achievement, cultural awareness, community service, research opportunities, and unity within the Honors Program and the university. The Honors Council shall also seek to provide Honors students the opportunity to speak and be heard by the university administration, faculty, and the community as a whole. The Honors Council shall listen to students, respond effectively to their needs, provide We re on the web! And Facebook! social and service events to foster a sense of community, and supplement the academic mission of the Honors Program. Infinite Wisdom Editors: Adam DiMercurio and Laruen Meadors If you would like to contribute any new ideas, creative artwork, articles and news, feel free to Artist s Gallery This is a spot in the newsletter for students to submit artwork that they would like to see in the next issue of Infinite Wisdom! Photography, literature, paintings, or any other work that can be printed on paper is acceptable. If you would like to submit your art, feel free to one of the writers or editors listed in the newsletter. Please include any information that you would like to see credited, most importantly the name of the artist and the name of the submission.

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