October Newsletter All-College Honors Program - 2016/2017

Welcome Back Students!
Check out our Riddle Contest at the end of your newsletter. One lucky winner will win a Tim Horton's gift card! Find out more information below.

Thank you for your attention and time in opening this email. The All-College Honors Program's Student Association and Board are proud to present our second monthly newsletter for the 2016-2017 academic year!

Important to Know

Honors Student Association and Board executive members are listed below. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email them.

Executive Board

  • President - Matt Pernick
  • Vice President- Vince Bargnes
  • Treasurer - Cameron Rosenecker
  • Secretary - Dave Krasinski
  • Communications Chair- Jeremy Michalski

Class Representatives

Class of 2019 Representatives: Cameron Rosenecker, Kayla Murphy, Lauren Reno

Class of 2019 Alternates: Joshua Canavan, Morgan Tyson

Class of 2018 Representatives: Matt Pernick, Jeremy Michalski, Dave Krasinski

Class of 2018 Alternate: Taylor Rabadi

Class of 2017 Representatives: Vince Bargnes, Courtney Kramer, Mark Lawler

Class of 2017 Alternates: Christian Binns, Alexandria Iwanenko

Congratulations to our new Class of 2020 Representatives!

  • Amanda Popovski
  • Justin Bengley
  • Pat Collins
  • Hannah Kralles (Alternate)
Upcoming Events

Honors Course Unveiling

Wednesday, October 12, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Regis Room (Student Center)

*Honors Students only*

On Wednesday, October 12th, the Honors Program will present its course unveiling for Spring 2017! At that time, the Honors course schedule will be announced, including four new courses, and we're expecting some Honors faculty to talk about what they will be teaching next semester. There will also be pizza & cookies, a raffle for several gift cards, and an opportunity to suggest new Honors courses in the future. In addition, there will be some computer instruction for 1st-year students about how to register for courses. All are encouraged to attend this unveiling.

Contact: Dr. Bruce Dierenfield dierenfb@canisius.edu

Campus Ministry's service-immersion trips this year are to Guatemala, Jamaica, Poland and the U.S.-Mexico border

Apply to Campus Ministry by Wednesday, October 12th

Schoenl Scholarship

Application Due December 1st, 2016

** Honors Students Only **

Once again, the Honors Program will offer the Schoenl Family Scholarships to worthy Honors students who are accepted for next year's Campus Ministry's service-immersion trips to Guatemala, Jamaica, Poland, and the U.S.-Mexico border. The application to Campus Ministry is due this Wednesday, October 12th. The deadline for Schoenl applications is Thursday, December 1st.

Riddle Time!

October's Riddle:

Why are teddy bears never hungry?

Email Vince at bargnesv@canisius.edu to be entered into a Tim Horton's Gift Card drawing.

September's Riddle & Winner:

What building has the most stories? Well, the LIBRARY of course!

Thank you to all who submitted answers. Ethan Wood is our winner! Ethan, we will be in contact to distribute your prize.

Thank you!!
Thank you for your time in reading our newsletter. If you have any comments, concerns, or suggestions please email Vince at bargnesv@canisius.edu.
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