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​Honor Students Awarded Major Scholarships

In spring 2019, a number of Honors Program students won Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Boren and Critical Language Scholarships. Congratulation to these students who will use their scholarships to study in the 2019-20 academic year across a range of countries and disciplines.

Fulbright U.S. Student Program winners

  • Erin Hammond, international studies; India
  • Kristen Smaga; world language education – Chinese major, bilingual education and English as a second language minor; Taiwan

Boren winners

  • Erna Hrstic; peace, justice and conflict studies major; Croatia
  • Anna Rose McGoldrick; Arabic and international studies majors, GIS certificate; Lebanon

Critical Language Scholarship winners

  • Anna Ruhe; Chinese studies and political science majors; China

Fulbright U.K. Summer Institute winner - completed summer 2019

  • Linette Sanchez; political science and economics majors, Spanish minor; United Kingdom

10/2/19


Sixth Annual Honors Student Conference is Friday, May 10th.

See the program for the upcoming Honors Student Conference: Spotlight on Creativity.  Find out when your favorite student will be presenting their thesis and or poster.


Honors Students Win Fulbrights!

We are proud to announce that six Honors Program graduates were awarded Fulbright Scholarships in 2018. Listed below are the winners with their country of study:

Kathleen Anaza: Brazil
Luke Borkowski: Germany
Maya Irvin-Vitela: Spain
Hajrije Kolimja: Albania
Juliana Minasian: France
Kunza Shakil: Malaysia

Congratulations to these students on this prestigious honor!


Honorable Mentions wins again!

For the eighth year in a row, the Honors Program newsletter, Honorable Mentions, has been recognized for excellence by the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC)*. We came in third place in the Student Produced Electronic newsletter category. Congratulations to the editors: Maddy Crozier & Caroline Schlegel.

*The National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) is the professional association of undergraduate honors programs and colleges, honors directors and deans, and honors faculty, staff and students. NCHC is a national organization with over 900 affiliated honors programs and honors colleges from across the country.

10/26/18