- Research & Experiential Learning
Congratulations to our UHC Graduates! Remember the UHC office remains open year-round! Stop by if you are in town. Best of luck on finals and have a great summer.
1. Open Honors Courses
2. UHC Commencement Reception Saturday, June 12 from 8:00am – 9:00am, STAG 233
3. Internship, MECOP, Study Abroad or Taking a Break from OSU? - UHC Fee Waiver Form
4. Interested in International Trade, and traveling to China all while working on your Thesis?
1. Open Honors Courses
Space is still available in many UHC courses. Please check your schedule for fall and see if any might work for you.
There is still lots of room in:
ANTH/PS 399H Principles of Population Then & Now
BA 340H Finance
BA 407H Business Research
BB 405H Science in the Public Eye
ENGR 112H Engineering Orientation II
HC 299 Design for all
HC 299 Learning through Listening
HC 407 Tantalizing Tales
ME 311H Intro to Thermal-Fluid Science
ME 373H Mechanical Engineering Methods
MTH 399H Intro to Math Ecology
TCE 408H Sundown Towns in Oregon
Z 499H Climate Change in Oregon
2. UHC Commencement Reception
The University Honors College will be hosting a reception for graduating seniors and their families on Saturday, June 12th, from 8:00am - 9:00am. A light brunch will be provided while graduates can take pictures and say their goodbyes to UHC friends, staff and faculty. The event will take place in the UHC classroom, STAG 233.
3. Internship, MECOP, Study Abroad or Taking a Break from OSU?- UHC Fee Waiver Form
If you plan to be gone next term on an internship, study abroad, national exchange, MECOP or just taking a break from OSU don't forget to fill out a UHC Resource Fee Waiver Request Form before the end of the term. The form can be picked up in the UHC office (229 STAG) and must be returned to the office prior to August 1st.
4. Interested in International Trade, traveling to China and all while working on your Thesis?
A unique opportunity is being offered to UHC students planning to graduate in the Spring/Summer 2012. In collaboration with the College of Business the UHC is seeking a team of four to six students interested in learning about international business practices. The team will interview business executives and professionals in Oregon whose companies are involved in international trade particularly in the food industry, and then to travel to Shanghai, China for the week following finals in June of 2011 to conduct similar interviews of business executives and professionals in Chinese businesses who are involved in international trade with Oregon companies. Based on their interviews and other investigations, the team will produce multimedia documents to be used in courses to raise awareness of problems and opportunities unique to international business. Each team member may also use this experience as the foundation for their Honors thesis as they investigate an aspect of international business practices in more depth. Students will be required to participate in a one credit HC 409: Practicum in the Winter 2011 term where they will develop interview skills, research the companies, and plan the post-interview production of materials.
Costs of participation, including travel to Shanghai, are expected to be heavily subsidized by the College of Business and the University Honors College.
Dr. Ping-Hung Hsieh in the College of Business will serve as the advisor for this project. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact either Professor Hsieh Ping-Hung.Hsieh@bus.oregonstate.edu.