Christian poses with an elephant at his internship in Thailand. “My time in the UHP has helped prepare me for an experience abroad by expanding my thinking and problem solving skills. Being able to fully
This edition of Spotlight on our Students features Christina Burnham telling us about her experience at an internship with the California Academy of Science in San Francisco. Learn more here.
This edition of Spotlight on our Students features recent graduate Mitch Rees-Jones telling us about his experience training for cross-country in Iten, Kenya. Learn more here.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students features Daniel Choi telling us about his experience at an internship with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Learn more here.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students we learn about Logan Graham’s internship at the U.S. embassy in Lapaz, Bolivia.
This year, seven University Honors students were selected as top presenters at the Annual Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium. Read about their fascinating research here.
Dr. Sheryl Cornett’s HON 294 course just took an amazing field trip to Beaufort, NC to apply what they are learning about environmental writing in NC and beyond. Check it out!
We would like to congratulate the many University Honors students that recently complete Honors Capstone projects. We recently had the opportunity to get a close up look at the incredible research our students have done in contribution to their field of study. Learn more about their work here.
The UHP wants to highlight the work of a dynamic duo creating a splash on campus. Learn about the podcast Leadership Unpacked, hosted by University Honors student Nyawira Nyota and University Scholar Luke Shealy, that aims to bring the stories of campus leaders to life. They’re doing big things. Stay tuned.
The University Honors Program would like to extend congratulations to our students that have recently been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, the prestigious national honor society. Phi Kappa Phi was started in 1897, 10 senior students,