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Michael Stoff, Director 305 East 23rd St, CLA 2.102, (G3600) Austin, TX 78712-1250 • 512-471-1442

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2009 Plan II Honors Family Weekend Day Events


2009 Plan II Honors Family Weekend Day Events
Sunday, October 25, 2009

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Reception & Brunch at 11:00 am at the McCombs Atrium
Model Classes begin at 12:30 pm in GSB 3.104, GSB 3.106, GSB 3.130 and GSB 3.138

All Plan II Honors parents and current students are welcome to the Plan II Family Day brunch and model classes.

Meet other Plan II Honors parents, the Plan II staff and some Plan II Honors faculty.  Brunch is wrapped up with short remarks by Plan II director, Professor Michael Stoff. The reception is followed by model classes taught by Plan II Honors faculty beginning at 12:30.  Course descriptions will be posted by October 1, 2009.


Please RSVP for nametags and catering counts using the TexasParents website to make a reservation for each of your attending family members.  Tickets are not needed and will not be available.

RSVP on the Texas Parents Web Store site:  
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Plan II should be item # 20    Please provide the first and last names of each family member you expect to attend (including your Plan II student if he/she will join you)

Questions: Jennifer Scalora   mailto:scalora@mail.utexas.edu



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Fall 2009 Senior Thesis Symposium
Sunday, October 25, 2009, 1:45 pm
Graduate School of Business:  GSB 3.104, GSB 3.106, GSB 3.130 and GSB 3.138
   
December 2009 graduating seniors will give brief presentations of their senior thesis projects.
 
All Plan II Honors students, Plan II Honors parents, faculty, thesis supervising faculty, friends, neighbors and countrymen are welcome.  The general public is most welcome to attend the Senior Thesis Symposium sessions.

Students currently registered in TC 660HA are required to attend one symposium session.
       
Questions:  Mary Dillman     mailto: m.dillman@mail.utexas.edu

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