Please join us for a virtual Q&A-driven event about the Honors in the Major program. You do not need to be a member of the Honors Program to participate in the Honors in the Major program, which gives you the opportunity to graduate with honors recognition in your major by writing an original thesis in collaboration with an MLL faculty mentor. Researching an honors thesis can be a valuable way to explore your interests, learn how research is conducted in the discipline, and deepen your knowledge. It also can be an important way for you to distinguish yourself for graduate school, professional school, the job market, or other post-graduation competitive endeavors.
The event is scheduled for Friday, March 5, at 3 pm. At the event, Dr. Antje Muntendam will share with you her role and advice as the honors liaison for the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics. Dr. Michael David Franklin, Assistant Director for the Honors in the Major program, will be present to share information about the program itself. We will be joined by some current Honorsin the Major MLL majors and their thesis directors to share about their experience and recommended best practices. And Cathy Barrios from the Career Center will be present to share some information about ways she can help you think about your post-graduation plans and steps you can take now to position yourself for success.
If you wish to learn more about the program and eligibility, you should take a moment to explore the Honors in the Major program web page and to review the Honors in the Major Handbook: https://honors.fsu.edu/honors-major
To pre-register for the informational event, please take the following link and fill out the pre-registration page. Upon completion of this, you will receive an automated email with the Zoom link to the event: https://fsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErdeitrDsrH9KNXD84VMHq_dTTs7IbxCe2
We hope to see you at the meeting!
Friday, March 5 at 3:00pm to 4:00pmVirtual Event