Honors Fellows and Special Programs
Most honors students will complete 6 honors courses and graduate from the basic honors program. Others, though, will make their mark with additional honors coursework, research projects, creative works, special internships, or service opportunities. The Honors College offers fellowships in several areas to give monetary support to students efforts.
Graduating Honors Fellows 2019 with medals (back row) John Roth, Biochemistry; Erica Maney, Biochemistry; Tyler Gunzenhauser, Music; David DeFelice, Political Science; Ana Brandt, Physician Assistant; (front row) Andrea Sajewski, Biomedical Engineering; Bethany Parsons, Biology; Merlyn Reuss, Information Systems Management; Madeline Myers, Biology; Brittany Lybarger, Integrated Marketing Communication; Natalia Wohar, Psychology; Emily Blendermann, Physician Assistant; Lauren Hensler, Physician Assistant; Jordan Miller, Psychology; Kailey Love (not in picture), Multiplatform Journalism.
In addition to completing the basic curriculum, honors students may pursue the designation of "Fellow" by completing 4 additional honors classes.
Honors Fellows Projects are as unique as the individual students who pursue them. The types of work that could be proposed include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Independent research project and paper of significant depth
- Performance recital
- Ongoing research with professors, culminating in senior thesis
- Service learning project
- Original creative work(s): art, music, prose, or poetry
Intrested? Click here for steps to becoming an Honors Fellow.
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