Your Experience, Your Programs
The Purdue Honors College is dedicated to providing meaningful opportunities to enhance the honors student experience. We are building an interdisciplinary community of scholars by adding value through specialized programming and events that are connected to our pillars. The Honors College strives to create an environment in which every student can feel connected, learn, and grow as they each pursue greatness. To reach your full potential in the Honors College, students should attend at least three honors programs per semester outside of the regular curriculum requirements. We invite you to be a part of one of our many upcoming events as we ignite the imagination of our community and forge the future of our college.
Calendar of Events
HLC Coffee with the Council
9am-12pm | Shreve Hall lobby
Stop by for a cup of coffee and a doughnut with your Honors Leadership Council representatives.
NISO CV/Resume Workshop
5:30-6:30pm | BRNG 1232
This workshop is open to any student who would like to better understand the content of an academic-oriented CV/Resume. How is it different than a job resume? What information should be included? How should particular experiences be presented?
Fireside With NISO
1-3pm | Duhme Hall Living Room
Join the staff of the National and International Scholarships Office (NISO) by the fireplace to learn more about scholar development options available to you.
Academic Adventure: Movie Night - My Sister’s Keeper
7:30-9:30pm | Vawter Hall Movie Room
During this Academic Adventure, meet Dr. Tehrani for a viewing and discussion of the film My Sister's Keeper. The Vawter movie room is in the basement of Vawter Hall in the Windsor complex, entrance off Third St.
Flavors of the World
6-8pm | Shreve Conference Room
Come for the Cultural Companions end of the year mixer. At this informal gathering, try different dishes from around the globe and wrap up the semester with your fellow Cultural Companions.
NISO Beering and Stamps Scholar Workshop
9am-12pm | Third Street Suites Conference Room
This special workshop is open only to Beering and Stamp Scholars. Join us to find out how you can set your academic path and career on the right trajectory. Learn about prestigious scholarships like the Fulbright and discover if they are in line with your goals. They are about more than monetary awards - so even with full funding through the Beering or Stamp Scholarships, these opportunities can offer you much. Start now to get where you want to be.
Design Garage: Places & People 2
10am-1pm | FPRD 204
How does sound define a place? How can sound be used as a way to understand and tell stories about the environments we live in and the people we live with? We’ll arrange the sounds recorded with the contact microphones using audio editing techniques in Audacity. We’ll also explore the works of contemporary sound artists, musicians, and composers using similar strategies.
Students do not have to sign up for both workshops but can participate in either one. If someone signs up for only this workshop, they can work with all the files that have been gathered in the online library from the first workshop.
Meet the Innovator: George Will
3-4pm | Duhme Hall Living Room
Join us for afternoon tea with innovator George Will, Washington Post columnist before his Presidential Lecture Series dialogue that evening.
Emerging Leaders in Honors Dinner with Mr. Keith Harmon
5:45-7pm | Duhme Living Room
Emerging Leaders, join us for good conversation, company, and dinner. Mr. Harmon is the Director of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. RSVP below by December 3 and include any dietary restrictions.
3-6pm | Duhme Living Room
Enjoy cookies and make snowflake crafts to end the semester on a high note. There will also be a HCRPC gingerbread competition from 5-6pm.