WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT:

Welcome to the University of Louisville’s Honors Student Council website! We invite you to explore what we’re all about, and to see what HSC can mean to you! HSC offers a variety of events focusing on academic, service, social, and diversity initiatives. All students are invited to participate and be involved in our events during the year. A full list of our events can be found here. We hope to see you at an HSC event soon!

If you are interested in joining HSC please look out for the First Year Representative applications opening at the beginning of the Fall semester. If you are a current Honors Student, make sure to join “UofL Honors” Facebook group for special updates and to get to know other Honors Students!

For more information, please explore the above tabs, visit our OrgSync account, or like us on Facebook!

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Intent vs. Impact Workshop

COMMITTEE: Diversity

DATE & TIME:  6:00-7:30 PM September 14th

LOCATION: Kurz Computer Lab

This is a diversity workshop that will focus on how personal bias affects conversations and interactions with peers. Marrian Vasser will be facilitating the workshop, we will also be providing food for the event.

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Positive Peace TedTalks

COMMITTEE: Diversity

DATE & TIME:  1:00-1:50 PM September 21th

LOCATION: Chao Auditorium

We will be showing clips of a TedTalk, one by Jeremy Gilley, who was a strong advocator for an international Peace Day. We will also be showing a clip of another TedTalk from Julia Bacha. In this video she is describing how much of an important roll women have on positive peace movement. After the videos we will have a short student lead discussion about positive peace and how students on campus can engage and participate in different types of positive peace.

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Pops with Professors

COMMITTEE: Social

DATE & TIME:  12:00-2:00 PM September 23th

LOCATION: Etscorn Honors Center

We will have Canes and Steel City Pops. It will be an event to help honors students meet with some of their professors.