Position Description: Students who serve on the Dean’s Advisory Group are essential in guiding the future of the Honors College. They will share their day to day experiences with the Dean so that the voices of the students are considered in the decision-making process. Additionally, they will provide student perspective on current and future Honors College policies.
Must be a member of the Honors College in good standing
Must be available for the entire 22-23 academic year
Committed to the values of the Honors College
Time commitment: approximately 2-4 hours per month for an academic year (flexible based on your schedule)
Application Process: Applicant must submit the following items for consideration
A statement of interest that addresses the following question (in fewer than 500 words): How can students on the Dean’s Advisory Council improve the student experience in the Honors College and help their peers succeed?
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is currently seeking two current seniors/ recent graduates for full-time positions!
These two opportunities are great for any graduating senior or recent graduate interested in pursuing Health Administration.
Program Assistant – Psychiatry/Addiction Sciences Division
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is seeking a Program Assistant for the Addiction Sciences Division. The candidate will assist the study team in the recruitment of research participants, the collection of psychological research data, data entry and organizational tasks for studies being conducted in the Addiction Sciences Division. The candidate will work on research studies which focus on the study of and development of interventions for veterans and addiction. The candidate will be directly involved in the collection of questionnaire, interview, laboratory and other research data.
The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is seeking a Program Assistant for the Addiction Sciences Division. The candidate will assist the Principal Investigator in supporting an NIH funded educational trailing program: Enhancing Diversity in Alcohol Research (EDAR). The individual will be responsible for supporting EDAR trainees, including doctoral psychology trainees in alcohol research. This individual will be responsible for program administrative support, including trainee support, scheduling, and program related data tracking. This position will also include some research related duties, including the collection of psychological research data, data entry and other organizational tasks.
Winthrop McNair Scholars offers a paid summer research internship ($2800), summer room & board, and faculty mentoring. McNair Scholars present their research at a national conference, and many have earned national awards for their presentations.
Additionally, Winthrop’s McNair program pays for students’ travel to conferences, graduate school fairs, graduate school test prep & fees, graduate school application fees, and more!
Winthrop’s McNair Scholars produce award winning research and go on to succeed in highly competitive graduate programs. This past summer, Winthrop students earned 25% of all of the awards at the Winthrop conference, 62.5% of the 8 first place awards, and 83% of the first place awards for the 6 categories in which they competed.
McNair Scholars receive guidance throughout the graduate application and interview process as well as help finding funding for graduate study. More information about the program is available here!
Applications are accepted year-round, but the deadline for priority consideration this year is Oct. 17. Recommendations are due by Oct. 24.
The first production in the 2022-23 CofC Stages season is Violet, a story of a young woman’s quest for beauty amidst the image-obsessed landscape of the 1960s
Opening night is Friday, September 30, with performances running through October 8.
The production: Facially disfigured in a childhood accident, Violet dreams of a miraculous transformation through the power of faith. Convinced that a televangelist in Oklahoma can heal her, she hops a Greyhound bus and starts the journey of a lifetime, discovering love and the true meaning of beauty along the way.
Honors connection: Multiple Honors students are involved in the production, both on-stage and behind-the-scenes. Come out and support them!
How to buy tickets: CofC students receive discounted tickets to all CofC Stages performances. Get yours here!
A panel discussion designed-by and created for first generation college students.
Date/Time: Friday, September 30 at 3:00 p.m., Stern 205.
The event: President Hsu will open the event, to be followed by a panel of CofC Professors that were first generation college graduates. The discussion will be moderated by a current first-gen student.
Great fit for: First generation students looking for tips, resources, and a communal support network to help them thrive at CofC.