Please email Dr. Morrison with any activities, events or opportunities you want to share with fellow Honors Students on this page.
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Please put the following events on your calendar!
"Distinguished Scholarship Competition" is held on campus February 23rd. Please email Dr. M if you can/want to help out.
"Advising Lunch Launch." Come and find out what courses Honors is offering in Fall 2019 and enjoy a FREE lunch on 2/26, 10:30-non in Kayser 208.
We like to celebrate our outstanding students every full month of the major semesters! Watch this space...
The Honors Student Association (HSA) is the name of your Honors student body representatives. This group meets monthly with the Director and bi-weekly as a group; they plan events and social gatherings to serve you, so be a part of it! Join the meetings, and find out how you can be involved. The first meeting of the new academic year is held in August and there will be many events coming up:
If you want to help with any events, contact one of the students below.
|Hailey Stessman||Public Relations|
|Alex Wasinger||Fourth Year Representative|
|Patrick Hodson||Fourth Year Representative|
|Savana Nawojski||Third Year Representative|
|Sam Lauritsen||Second Year Representative|
|Marina Madrigal||Second Year Representative|
|Angelica Cipriano||Second Year Representative|
|Elizabeth Bender||First Year Representative|
|Sidney Hanel||First Year Representative|
|Lavanya Uppala||First Year Representative|
|Annika Kuchar||Graphic Design Specialist|
|Skyler Gubbels||Social Media Specialist|
Newsletters come out several times a semester, and our HSA PR Officer, Hailey Stessman, is always looking for interesting pieces. Become a published author by sharing your impressions of a class, internship experience, or opinions!
Click here to read the most recent Honors Program Newsletter.
See below for archived newsletters:
The University Honors Program piloted a Common Reader for students in Fall 2015, as all incoming first-year students joining the Program received a copy of Daniel James Brown’s The Boys in the Boat (2014) to read over the summer. We met to discuss the text in small groups with faculty, staff, and students immediately before Fall Convocation, and then had a series of events connected to the text, such as a tailgate social, service project, and luncheon with a guest speaker. The pilot was so well received that the effort was expanded across campus in 2016, when we read Matt Richtel's A Deadly Wandering; in Fall 2017, the campus choice was Wes Moore's The Other Wes Moore.
Check out the effort--now University wide--for this year! Click here.
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