Have you wondered how to manage your research, finances, courses, work, and personal life? The staff in the Office of Honors Research is excited to host the Apps to Organize Your Research Life workshop led by Science Librarian Sandy Avila, MA, MLIS.
Students in all stages of the Honors Undergraduate Thesis process would greatly benefit from this workshop.
RSVP is preferred, but not required to attend: https://tinyurl.com/Apps-Workshop-Event-Invite
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What Are You Interested In?
I would like to enhance my education by becoming an active participant in research and complete my own thesis.
I would like to travel abroad to make an impact on global communities and immerse myself in an academic and cultural experience.
I would like to get involved with the Honors community and meet other Honors students.
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