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Support a local business. Share an inspiring quote. Tell someone a joke to brighten his/her day. Penn State students performed these small, yet meaningful, random acts of kindness Wednesday on what would have been John William McKenzie Brady’s ninth birthday. John, more commonly known as Mack, was Schreyer Honors College Dean Christian Brady’s son, who died on New Year’s Eve from a rare blood infection.

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At 5:30, students and faculty were invited back to the Atherton Hall lobby to write a message for the Brady family on luminaria bags, which were lit up by fake candles and placed in the Atherton courtyard. The Schreyer Honors College Student Council hopes to make “Mack’s Day of Kindness” an annual event to help the Brady family through what will be a difficult day.

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The Schreyer Honors College provides students of superior academic ability an opportunity to enrich their educations through honors-level course work and independent study. To provide stimulating intellectual experiences outside the classroom, the program also sponsors regular seminars, field trips, social events, and other extracurricular activities. Atherton and Simmons Halls have been designated to provide a special on-campus living environment for Schreyer Scholars.The is Penn State's University-wide undergraduate honors program. Baccalaureate degree-seeking students in all of Penn State's academic colleges and the Division of Undergraduate Studies may simultaneously be members of the Schreyer Honors College and pursue a broad set of opportunities for study, research, and scholarly exploration. The mission of the Schreyer Honors College is to promote academic excellence, a global perspective, leadership development and civic engagement.Beinga member of the Schreyer Honors College (SHC) is just one of the uniqueopportunites available to students in the Eberly College of Science. Asa Schreyer Scholar, you get to experience the best of both worlds: allof the resources of an internationally recognized research institution,along with the benefits of a small, student-centered teachingenvironment with close interaction between faculty and students. Inaddition to the world-class science education you'll receive throughthe Eberly College of Science, SHC promotes achieving academic excellence withintegrity, building a global perspective, and creating opportunitiesfor leadership and civic engagement., designated with H, M, T, and U , are incorporated into requirements for students in the Schreyer Honors College. In the , honors courses offered in a semester or session can be identified by using Additional Search Criteria.
Details regarding the Schreyer Honors College can be found in their Annual Report.

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Three Schreyer Honors College Scholars will serve as student marshals for Penn State’s Fall 2015 Commencement ceremonies: Ian Button, from Bellefonte, Pa.; Timothy Sullivan, of Harleysville, Pa.; and Nia Sherony of Mechanicsburg, Pa., will all graduate with two degrees. The SHC Medals Ceremony is set for Friday, Dec. 18, at the Penn Stater Hotel Conference Center. Penn State Fall Commencement ceremonies take place throughout the day on Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Even though the event is hosted by Schreyer Honors College, it’s meant to involve the entire community, Broder said.

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In addition to criminal prosecution, Ms. Tiapula has worked, studied and lived in Singapore, Australia and Thailand and taught for Hawaii Pacific University, Chaminade University, George Mason University and Pennsylvania State University. Ms. Tiapula also studied law at the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Law, worked for a corporate law firm in Bangkok, Thailand. As Associate Director of the Rhetoric Program at P.S.U. in 2002 and 2003, she designed curriculum, taught honors courses for the Schreyers Honors College, evaluated pedagogy and mentored new instructors. As the program evaluator for the Rainbow Ohana Coalition, she evaluated outreach to immigrant refugee communities in Hawaii.

Schreyer Honors College Scholar Ryan Henrici has been working in Song Tan's laboratory since his freshman year.

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Erin Trautmann, a senior in the Schreyer Honors College majoring in music education, holds postcards she recently mailed out asking elementary school band directors to take a survey she's conducting for her honors thesis research. Trautmann received a grant as a result of a crowdfunding campaign sponsored by the college to raise money to support undergraduate research. Tratumann used the grant to offset the costs to print and mail 1,000 postcards to schools in Pennsylvania.