CAS Scholars Evening
- In October of each fall semester, the honors program hosts a “Scholars Evening.”
- The purpose of this event is fourfold: (1) to recognize the current honors students, (2) to recruit appropriately oriented students to the honors program, (3) to celebrate the life of the mind and the contribution made by academic pursuit, and (4) to generate enthusiasm for the spring honors seminar.
- At this semi-formal dinner, the current students in any stage of the honors program are introduced.
- The feature of the evening is, as guest speaker, an esteemed scholar, from USF or another institution in the area, whose research and teaching are related to the topic covered in the previous year’s honors seminar.
- Also at this dinner, the two professors for the next honors seminar talk briefly about the selected area of inquiry for that course, and perspective students are encouraged to consider enrolling in the next honors seminar. In addition to the current and perspective honors students, the guests to the event include all current all honors program students, all CAS resident faculty, any USFSM faculty invited by honors students, CAS Dean, the Regional Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and Regional Chancellor, as well as other invited guests.
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