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Schreyer Honors College Dean Chris Brady interviews Scholar Assistant Meryn Oswald and Resident Assistant Rachelle Yankowich during "Late Night with the Dean" held Friday night (Aug. 20) at the State Theatre in downtown State College, Pa. The program, hosted by Brady, introduces incoming Schreyer Scholars to student leaders and includes guest appearances by Penn State President Graham Spanier and the Penn State Nittany Lion. It was the finale program in the college's three-day orientation program for its new students.

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You can apply to Schreyer Honors College at a number of stages of your college career:

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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.

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Thien Nhien Huynh, a Schreyer Honors College Scholar studying engineering at Penn State Harrisburg, received a grant to purchase materials for his honors thesis research project. The grant was made possible through a crowdfunding campaign launched by the honors college in December.

The mission of the Schreyer Honors College is to promote:
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.Schreyer Honors College Scholars participate in the Big Ten Theatre Consortium's production of "Good Kids, and reflect on their roles in the drama.The Penn State Hershey MD/PhD Program offers a 10-week summer exposure program for outstanding students in the Schreyer Honors College who are interested in becoming a physician-scientist. Students will spend 10 weeks working in a biomedical research laboratory at the College of Medicine under the guidance of a faculty member on the MD/PhD training faculty. They will also shadow a physician during a once weekly clinical exposure session. Students will participate in all SURIP (Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Program) activities, including a research forum at the end of the summer (please see a full description of SURIP under “Our Programs”). Housing will be available on campus in Hershey for the summer and students will receive a stipend. Up to 4 students will be selected. Positions are only available for rising freshmen and sophomores Excellent students may be offered the opportunity to return for a second summer, between the sophomore and junior years. This summer program is linked to the Schreyer Honors College MD/PhD Early Assurance Status (EAS) Program. Information about the EAS Program can be found in our brochure, which is available in the SHC office (10 Schreyer Honors College), or online on the Penn State Hershey MD/PhD website: Two teams that won $10,000 in Summer Founders Program funding to work full time on a start up, social good or nonprofit project were formed by members of the Schreyer Honors College. Both teams are continuing development of their projects.
Details regarding the Schreyer Honors College can be found in their Annual Report.

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — For Jon Callan, bassist for the student band Mute Cities that will play at Movin On’ Friday, it may seem like the end of this song is near. The Schreyer Honors College Scholar and soon-to-be Penn State alumnus will perform with his bandmates in one of their final appearances before graduation.

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Penn State President Graham Spanier amazes two first-year Schreyer Scholars with a magic trick during his appearance at "Late Night with the Dean," a program hosted by the Schreyer Honors College's dean, Chris Brady. The program, held at the State Theatre in downtown State College, Pa., featured appearances by President Spanier, the Penn State Nittany Lion and Schreyer Scholar athletes. The program was the finale for the college's orientation program for incoming Scholars.

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

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Outside of school work she is a director of the Engineering Orientation and Networking (EON), which is the orientation through the College of Engineering for all 1,000 first year engineering students. Additionally, she acts as a representative for the Schreyer Honor College to prospective students, families, alumni and guests as a member of the Schreyer Advancement Team. Finally, she is a member of the Presidential Leadership Academy at Penn State. Outside of academic activities, she loves to dance; it has been her passion and favorite hobby for 15 years. She has loved her time at Penn State and can't wait for the next two years. This year on the iGEM team at Penn State, she has the position of "joyologist".