Brings Back Fond Memories

October 3rd, 2018

2008-2009 Scholars Meeting: Wednesday, 15 October
Linda L. Carlson [linda.carlson@hunter.cuny.edu]
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 2:19 PM
Cc: elizabeth.beaujour [elizabeth.beaujour@hunter.cuny.edu];
gmorris [gmorris@hunter.cuny.edu];
robert.greenberg [robert.greenberg@hunter.cuny.edu];
mfader [mfader@hunter.cuny.edu]

Hello, 2008-2009 Scholars:
The next general meeting of all 2008-2009 Scholars will be held on Wednesday, 15 October, from 1.10pm until 2.45pm, in 615 West. You will have an opportunity to learn about the Thomas Hunter Honors Program from Professor Elizabeth Beaujour and current THHP students. Check out www.hunter.cuny.edu/honors/.

Film and Media’s Professor Gregg Morris and Journalism students Kisha Allison, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Jonathan Mena will give a multimedia presentation about their recent trip to the Democratic National Convention. The students, who are Hunter Word correspondents, had official press credentials and operated as professional journalists at the DNC. Check out http://hunterword.com/.

These group meetings offer opportunities for you to learn more about Hunter resources and to network with faculty, administrators, and other scholars. Future meetings will introduce you to the pre-professional advisors (law, health professions, engineering), Career Development Services (internships, résumés, jobs, academic/career inventories), wellness and stress management (Yes, mid-term exams are coming.), study abroad programs and application procedures, and more.

See you on 15 October! (Yes, I’ll bring snacks!)

llc
Linda L. Carlson
Acting Special Assistant to the President for Enrollment Management
Hunter College of the City University of New York
695 Park Avenue
East Building, Room 1004
New York, NY 10065
telephone: 212.772.4353
email: Linda.Carlson@hunter.cuny.edu

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