Here's what's happening this week:

It's time for Honors Advising!
Didn't get an email from your advisor? Contact Student Services.

Today 10/16

Thesis Workshop
Honors Residence Hall B110

MIT Media Lab Presentation

Honors Residence Hall B110
Meet an SCHC alum who will be recruiting for MIT.

Plan ahead with the full calendar.

Spotlight on Research:

Find exclusive research opportunities for honors students on the
SCHC undergraduate research page.

Office of Undergraduate Research Field Trips
Discover what research can look like before you get started.

>Center for Environmental Nanoscience and Risk (CENR)
Tues, Oct 24
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Center for Environmental Nanoscience & Risk, Public Health Research Center 511

The Center for Environmental Nanoscience & Risk (CENR) has two major aims: 1) It investigates the effects and behaviors of manufactured and natural nanoparticles in the environment and subsequent effects on environmental and human health. 2) It is developing low hazard and low risk nanotechnologies for the benefit of human and environmental health.
Register here for this field trip.

>Center for Digital Humanities
Fri, Oct 27
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Center for Digital Humanities, Innovation Center

Digital Humanities—where humanities and computer scientists connect to preserve our cultural heritage. Researchers in the field will discuss how they archive, search, and access records of the past.
• Perform original historical research on faculty-led projects: learn about the past by finding, transcribing, and editing cultural artifacts.
• Develop websites for research in the arts and humanities, and create online exhibits of our library’s special collections, for both desktop computers and mobile touch-screens
• Develop applications for humanities research. For example, Paragon image-manipulation software allows detailed comparisons across images of old books.
Register here for this field trip.

Crosstalk: The Student Organization for Research
Are you an undergraduate involved in awesome research? Do you love to talk about it? We want to learn about it and have our fellow students know more about what you do! Carolina CrossTalk is USC’s newest feature for undergraduate research across ALL disciplines! This is your chance to share what you’re passionate about with others!
If you’re interested in sharing your research but don’t know where to start, contact us! Great stories begin from having a single conversation. Email with your name and area of interest for more information.

Getting Started Workshops

Research is all about asking questions and finding answers. It is a great way to gain real-world experience, work closely with faculty, and build your resume. This interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about your research interests and to teach you how to find and reach out to potential faculty mentors. Let us help you get started on your research path!

Mondays, 12-1

Tuesdays, 6-7
Wednesdays, 2:15-3:15

Please note, the fall 2017 workshop schedule runs through November 15. Workshops are not held during the week of fall break or on University holidays. All workshops are held in Gambrell Hall 150 (PC Classroom).

Helpful Links
Around Town
Gimme pizza!
Sirius's Quotation of the Week:
"What makes us human, I think, is an ability to ask questions, a consequence of our sophisticated spoken language."
-Jane Goodall

Having a great college experience? Leave a legacy for $20.17
View this email in your browser
You are receiving this email because of your relationship with SCHC. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here.

902 Sumter Street, Columbia, South Carolina, 29208