|Faculty, researchers invited to participate in New Knowledge Nosh|
The Honors Program announces our second annual "New Knowledge Nosh.” Faculty and researchers at UND are invited to visit with undergraduate students in a relaxed, informal setting (and eat — “we’ll nosh”). The conversation will focus on how new knowledge is created in different academic fields. Faculty are asked to talk about any recent/current research. This past year, some faculty recruited undergraduate students to work as volunteers and/or paid research assistants. Talented undergraduates are curious about research opportunities and possible thesis work. The 2009 New Knowledge Nosh events will occur in March and early April. All Noshes will occur at the Honors Program (Robertson Hall), and there is no cost. We hope for a variety of academic areas, including arts and humanities, social sciences, engineering, business, aviation, medicine, law, and sciences. Faculty members who are seeking to recruit students, or who simply want to share their expertise, are asked to schedule their event by contacting Kay Powell at email@example.com. Each “Nosh” lasts approximately one hour, and can be scheduled at your convenience.
-- K. M. Powell, Student Life Coordinator, Honors Program, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-777-6218