Development of the Self as a Lifelong Learner Achieving University Honors requires that students develop their own abilities to learn outside of the classroom and beyond their undergraduate degrees (minimum 150 points, maximum 200 points). Students must provide evidence of attendance and submit an Honors Reflection. The number of points awarded depends on the nature of the engagement, the time committed, and the quality of the submitted reflection. Sustained engagement in a particular area (such as attending the same lecture series annually) earns extra points. All points awards are at the discretion of the Director of Honors. Development of the Self as a Lifelong Learner: Achievement UHPoints* Attending or presenting at the Hedgeman Center "This is My Story"Conversations on Race, Identity, and Community 5 Attending the Hedgeman Center Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Commemoration 5 Attending one or more events during the Hedgeman Center annual SocialJustice Symposium 5 Attending one of Hamline’s many annual lectures (Hanna Lecture in Philosophy, Kay Mahlstrom Lecture in Physics, Mitsch Lecture in Chemistry, Annual History Lecture, Commitment to Community Keynote Lecture, Mahle Lecture Series in Religious and Spiritual Life).Please note: annual attendance at any one series is awarded additional points. First year of attendance = 1-5 points; second year of attendance = 1-6 points; third year of attendance = 1-7 points; fourth year of attendance = 1-8 points. 8 Attending one or more events during one of Hamline’s many annual symposia (Humanities Symposium, Alkire Symposium on International Business, Symposiumon Law, Religion, and Ethics) 5 Attending Hamline's annual International Roundtable (whole semester) 20 Attending or participating in lectures, formal discussions, or symposia at other universities (such as the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities) 5 Participating in theatrical productions, art exhibits, musical performances, literary readings (at Hamline or in other community venues) 20 Attending theatrical productions, art exhibits, musical performances, literary readings(at Hamline or in other community venues) 5 Participating in Hamline’s Practice Interview Program (PIP) 5 Short-term study abroad 20 Semester-length study abroad 75 Internships 25 Participating in athletics 25 Participation in n Omicron Delta Kappa events (depending on level of involvement) 25 Participating in Hamline’s Mock trial program 20 Participating in Hamline’s Model U.N. program 20 Participating in Hamline University Student Diversity Summit 5 Attend Major Decisions Fair 5 Participate in CDC nine-week Pipers to Professionals Program 20 Participate in CDC five-week Pipers to Professionals Program 10 Attend CDC Students of Color Career Dinner 5 Attend CDC Etiquette and Networking Dinner 5 Attend CDC Networking Event 5 Attend a job or career fair (Minnesota's Private Colleges Job & Internship Fair, Education Job Fair, Government & Non Profit Career Fair, Placement Fair) 5 Attend Pathways to Hamline 15 Attend SOL workshop 5 Attend Annual Leadership Summit 5 Attend a Blueprint 319 session 5 Attend the Leadership Academy—bi-weekly meetings for one semester 15 Attend the Women’s Leadership Retreat 15 *The Honors Director reserves the right to credit less points based on the quality of reflections.