SASHP Newsletter Week of February 8, 2010
Snowy days past and snowy days coming! Plowing ahead, the University has plenty of events and opportunities lining up. Staying indoors in this chilling weather is the perfect time to sign-up and apply! Also, doing one good deed per day has been made so much easier with the Internet; just click on this button once a day to donate one cup of food per click: http://www.thehungersite.com. Bookmark it, and do it every day!!!
Note from the Editors: there are lots of interesting stuff throughout this issue – we hope you will read it all the way to the end!!!!
Honors Tidbit of the Week
CAPS: Do you have the winter blues? Are you feeling stressed or anxious? RU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~rccc/) provides a variety of psychological counseling services, including individual therapy and a wide variety support groups. Services are free and confidential.
Learning Centers: The Rutgers Learning Centers are back with both peer tutoring and academic coaching. Check schedules on our website, rlc.rutgers.edu . Call 732-445-0986 to schedule an academic coaching appointment!
Honors Program Announcements
Do you want to live in SAS Honors Housing next year?
Don’t forget that this week is SASHP Singles Sign-Up’s, Singles Notification, Singles Online Room Selection, Doubles Sign-Up's and Suites Sign-Up's. You must have a lottery number to participate in Sign-Up and Selection.
Visit our website for the SAS Honors Housing calendar and additional information: http://www.sashonors.rutgers.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=8&Itemid=29
Help for Haiti
Please join our SASHP Honors Colloquium facilitator, Eliezer Marcellus, and the SASHP
Honors Program Events
Thursday, February 4
Tea with the Dean
SASHP Main Office
35 College Avenue, CAC
Valentine’s Day Shared Reading!
Bring along your favorite poem, story, or memory to honor Valentine, the patron saint of love. Romantic, post-romantic, (or pre-romantic?) -- we’ll discuss how the concept of romance has altered over time, and its likely future.
Sunday, February 14
The Triumph of Love
A sexual comedy worthy of Joe Orton or the Marx Brothers, The Triumph of Love reminds us that our struggles to mate have been hilarious for centuries. Pierre de Marivaux's masterwork vies with the best of Moliere in a gender-bending mixup of men, women and--something in between.
The SAS Honors Program has limited tickets to this performance. If you would like to attend, please visit the SASHP Main Office at 35 College Avenue to pick up a ticket. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Wednesday, February 10
Europe's Promise: Why the European Way is the Best Hope in an Insecure Age
STEVEN HILL, Program Director, New American Foundation
Center for European Studies
102 Nichol Avenue, Douglass Campus
Dr. Hill will provide an overview of the ways in which the advanced democratic states in the European Union are confronting the same challenges faced by the United States, such as climate change, health care, education, and employment. Their experiences have much to offer US citizens and policymakers who are currently working to devise policies to address these issues.
Writers House: Science for the Screen
An Evening with Peter Schnall and Kevin Bachar
Rutgers Student Center, Multipurpose Room, CAC
"Science for the Screen" brings two prominent Emmy award winning documentary filmmakers to Rutgers to discuss the art of creating a dramatic science-based narrative for a large audience. Peter Schnall and Kevin Bachar both served as senior producers for National Geographic Television and now each run their own independent production companies in New York. For our Science for the Screen event, Peter will discuss, and show scenes from, his National Geographic oceanographic/exploration films featuring Bob Ballard, his Peabody award winning PBS film "Silence of the Bees" and his Discovery Channel film "Schizophrenia: Stolen Minds, Stolen Lives." Kevin will discuss, and show scenes from, several of the nature and wildlife films he has made for National Geographic, PBS and Discovery (including "Tsunami: Killer Wave" and "What Females Want and Males Will Do").
Careers in Marketing
7:30 - 9:30 PM
Raritan River Lounge, Student Activities Center, CAC
The Rutgers Business Governing Association (RBGA) & Career Services invite you to this panel and networking event where you will learn about the various areas of marketing. Brand management, advertising, public relations, merchandising, market research, and sales are all part of this field. At this informative event you will learn about these areas and the opportunities offered through networking directly with industry representatives. The event will begin with a formal panel followed by break-out sessions where you can meet and speak directly with each representative. Food and beverages will be served. Space is limited. Call 732-932-7997 or 732-445-6127 to register. For more information, visit careerservices.rutgers.edu .
Come see Rutgers Cabaret Theater present Ken Ludwig's “Shakespeare in Hollywood!”
Directed by Olivia Kinter.
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. New York City.
Friday, February 12, 8 PM
Saturday, February 13, 8 PM
Sunday, February 14, 2 PM
Friday, February 19, 8 PM
Saturday, February 20, 2 PM
Saturday, February 20, 8 PM
On the way back to the forest, Shakespeare's most famous fairies; Oberon and Puck, lose their way and somehow end up on the Warner Bros. 1934 Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Reinhardt has just pitched his movie version of Midsummer to studio chief Jack Warner; he finds out that Victor Jory and Mickey Rooney will not be able to appear in the movie, and is therefore in need of an Oberon and a Puck. Instantly smitten by the glitz and glamour of show biz, the fairies are ushered onto the silver screen to play (who else?) themselves.
Tuesday, February 16
Totally for Troops Card Party
Benefitting troops in Iraq
8:30 -10:00 PM
College Avenue Gym, CAC
Bring your creativity to help us make Hallmark quality cards for the troops in Iraq to send home! To register call 732-445-0462. For more information, go to recreation.rutgers.edu or totally4troops.org. Sponsored by Rutgers Recreation
RHA 3 vs. 3 Soccer Tournament
Werblin Recreation Center, Busch Campus
Help raise funds for the Residence Hall Association by joining the 3 vs. 3 Soccer Tournament. Pre-registration is $3 and will take place in the Campus Dining Halls and in the Livingston Student Center on Wednesday, February 10 and Thursday, February 11, 6:00-8:00 PM. Registration at the door is $5. The top 3 teams will receive monetary prizes and t-shirts.
Wednesday, February 17
RUPA Art Gallery Contest and Reception
Douglass Campus Center, NJC Lounge, 2nd Floor
Rutgers students will have earned the unique opportunity to exhibit and share their talent with the rest of their university community during this one-night reception. Come support your peers while munching on light food and gazing at amazing art in an intimate setting! Participants will also be partaking in a contest at 8:30pm in which Zimmerli judges will pick three top winners and award generous prizes.
Feud for Food
Proceeds go the Red Cross to benefit Haiti
8:00 -10:30 PM
College Avenue Gym, CAC
Teams of 2, 3, or 4 will compete against each other guessing answers to questions asked Family Feud-style.
$20 for a team of 3 or 4!
Prizes!!!! Teams will accumulate Rec Bucks, which will then be used in a Silent Auction to win gift certificates to restaurants, spas, athletic gear, Knight Express cards, and more.
Team Registration can be done in person at the Werblin Rec Center or the College Avenue Gym, or by calling 732-445-0462 or 732-932-8204, and paying by credit card. Sponsored by Rutgers Recreation
Become a Peer Mentor in Residence!
The Discovery Houses Program at Livingston. Discovery Houses are unique Rutgers University Living-Learning Communities in Quad II on the Livingston campus. Discovery Houses are available in four interest areas: Business, Health & Medicine, Law & Leadership and Psychology. Share experiences and offer support to first-year students in the Discovery Houses!
This is a paid position and you are guaranteed a single!
First Year Interest Groups (FIGS) PEER INSTRUCTOR Application
Do you enjoy mentoring? Are you passionate about your major and interested in teaching first-year students? If yes, we invite you to apply to become a FIGS peer instructor!
Peer Instructors (PIs) are mentors and instructors for First-Year Interest Group Seminars (FIGS). FIGS are interest-based, one-credit courses that meet for 10 weeks in the fall semester. Popular topics include: Health & Medicine, Law & Leadership, Communication, and Veterinary Medicine; but there are many other FIGS topics available. PIs receive training that prepares them to plan, develop, and implement their own syllabus for their seminar.
Rutgers ’66 Leadership Conference
Margaret Sanger Paper Project Summer Internship
The Margaret Sanger Papers Project offers a summer internship program to graduate and undergraduate students from universities in the U.S. and Europe. Interns work with the editorial staff on our microfilm, book and electronic publications, and receive broad experience in historical research and editing. For 2010, interns can select from projects related to our book or digital editions. While most of internships are arranged in the summer months, some can be arranged throughout the academic year. More information and an application can be found at the project's website, http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/aboutmspp/internships.html
The deadline for applications for summer internships is March 1, 2010. Internships during the academic year can be arranged on a case by case basis.
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