Dr. Lucy Morrison
Dr. Lucy Morrison is the Director of the University Honors Program and a Professor of English. Her academic interests are rooted in the British Romantic period, and she has published books addressing the life and works of Mary Shelley and, most recently, women travel writers in post-Napoleonic France. Her current research rests in Charlotte Brontë’s juvenilia alongside a volume of essays addressing travel and tourism in the long nineteenth century. Dr. Morrison also teaches interdisciplinary courses about literature and war, as well as wilderness and literature - and stretches into other areas too.
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Lupe Green is the University Honors Program Staff Assistant and is happy to be working (again) at UNO! Born and raised in Omaha, Lupe enjoys meeting and working with the Honor-iffic students and sharing her devotion to the Royals with them.
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Dr. Matt Patton
Dr. Matt Patton is an instructor in the University Honors Program. He earned his PhD in geography from Texas State University in 2014. Dr. Patton enjoys being in the classroom and sharing his passion for all things geography. He is excited to be a part of the Honors Learning Communities. Before joining UNO, Dr. Patton was a researcher at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research focuses on the regional depictions of ethnicity, race, gender, and neolocalism as well as improving geographic education. Dr. Patton is originally from Akron, Ohio.
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Abby Wayman is our current Honors student worker, and she is an impressively valuable one. She is happy to share her insights in Honors and classes here at UNO, and so is a valuable resource for current students. Abby is from Glenwood, IA and is studying Sociology while also working toward a degree in Gerontology and a minor in Psychology.
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Bailey Hoffer is pursuing BS degrees in both Psychology (concentration in Forensics) and Criminal Justice/Criminology, hoping to be a behavioral analyst or criminal profiler with the FBI some day. Hailing from Northfield, MN, Bailey is quick and ready to learn as well as being eager to make Honors the best it can be.
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