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    [email protected] 864-656-4762 October 13, 2015


    From the

    I hope all of you had a wonderful Fall Break, and that your friends and fami-lies came through last week's flooding with little or no damage.

    Several important events are being held this week and next. Tonight (Wednesday, October 14), Clemson inaugurates its new Diversity Lecture Series by hosting Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Mar-yland, Baltimore County. Dr. Hrabowski is a prominent educator and civil rights leader, and his remarks will be a very important contribution to the current discussion of diversity in higher education, both at Clemson and across the country. Don't miss it (7pm, Brooks Center Theatre).

    On the same theme, please join us for a lecture by Prof. W. Fitzhugh Brund-age (University of North Carolina Department of History) on "What Is To Be Done With the Commemorative Landscape of the American South?" The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 16 at 6pm in Hardin Hall Auditori-um. We hope to see you there.

    Next week, please be sure to attend the Educational Enrichment Travel Grant Poster Forum (Tuesday, October 20, 4-6pm in Hendrix Ballrooms A and B). This is a great opportunity to see how Honors College students spent their summer vacations--learning, interning, and contributing to causes around the world. It's a chance to support your friends, and to gather ideas of how you, too, can enrich your educational experience with an Honors College Travel Grant!

    -- Dr. Lasser

    The Calhoun Honors College


    The Duckenfield Family

    cordially invite you to a presentation by the

    2015 Duckenfield Scholars

    Mr. Alexander Batson and Miss Grace Greene

    and to meet

    Dr. Kenneth Addison of

    St. Peters College,

    Oxford University, England

    Wednesday, October 14 at 4:30pm

    The Madren Center

    Meeting Rooms III & IV

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    [email protected] 864-656-4762 Oct. 13, 2015

    Thoughts Worth Thinking

    lecture with Dr. Jack Wolf

    "The Wisdom of Crowds (or Lack Thereof)"

    7:00-8:30pm | October 28th Academic Success Center, Room 118

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    [email protected] 864-656-4762 Oct. 13, 2015

    Ace Teaching Fellows Program

    In ACE Teaching Fellows, passionate college graduates from

    nearly all majors serve children and families as teachers in under-

    resourced Catholic schools and grow as leaders while earning a

    cost-free Masters from Notre Dame.

    In its twenty-two years, ACE has selected graduates from 200 colleg-

    es and universities across the country and around the world

    All ACE teachers take intensive courses on Notre Dame's campus

    during their two summers in the program and live in community with

    other ACE participants during the academic years.

    ACE teachers will regularly become varsity coaches, take on leader-ship positions with extra-curriculars like Student Council or Campus Ministry, and act as mentors for their students. ACE teachers will regularly become varsity coaches, take on leadership positions with extra-curriculars like Student Council or Campus Ministry, and act as mentors for their students.

    For more information contact information: Phone: 574-631-2549 or Email: [email protected]).

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