UT Tyler Honors Program
[From Latin: com+loqui: "To talk together."]
"Colloquium" is Latin for dialogue or conversation. The Honors Colloquium is an opportunity for students to meet and talk with local, regional, and national leaders and scholars about topics that relate to the semester's courses. The Honors Colloquium series may also include museum trips, service projects, productions, and other leadership and learning activities.
Typically there are four colloquia per semester, and honors students are required to attend all of them to remain in good standing with the Honors Program.
Fall 2016 Colloquia
6 p.m. Sept. 19, UC Theater: Mr. Todd Gibbs, MA, PC, Wellness Coaching Program Manager, The Ohio State University. "Building Capacities for Change: Promoting Mental Health in Early Adulthood."
5 p.m. Sept. 30, Shakespeare in the Park, Samuell Grand Amphitheater, Dallas. Spend an evening in the park with Shakespeare's final play, "The Tempest." For more information, visit Shakespeare Dallas's website. Buses leave from in front of the UC at 5 p.m., returning approximately at midnight.
6 p.m. Oct. 27, UC Ballroom: Fifth Annual Global Quiz Night. Compete with your team in our annual trivia night. As in years past, we will have lots of prizes and giveaways.
6 p.m. Nov. 16, Braithwaite Recital Hall (FAC 1003): Dr. Norman Rosenthal, author of this year's freshman book "The Gift of Adversity." Co-sponsored with the Freshman Book Committee and GATE.
Colloquium Make-up Form
Honors students are expected to attend all colloquia. If a student misses a colloquium, that student is expected to find and attend a make-up event. That event must be approved by the Honors staff prior to the student's attendance at the event. Unless a student misses a colloquium event for class, any make-up colloquium must be accompanied by a 500-word essay summarizing the details of the event. Completed essays should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Students must send all make-up essays to email@example.com by the last day of finals in order to have successfully made up missed colloquia for the semester.