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Fall Research Assistantships

Interested in being a Research Assistant in the fall? We’ve already received lots of opportunities for Honors students from faculty from across the university for this coming semester. We continually update our site with current openings as we get them! You can...

Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives in the UHP

Dear UHP Students: The faculty and staff of the University Honors Program are committed to addressing and ending any negative experiences for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) students in our community. We write to share with you the steps that we are...

Statement on The Murders of Black Americans and Racism in the UHP

UHP Students, The UHP condemns in the strongest terms the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, David McAtee, Tony McDade and all other members of the Black community who have been killed as a result of anti-Black racism and systemic oppression....

Join us Monday 4/27 for a HSM Movie Night!

It’s 2006: Rihanna is calling S.O.S. (please) and it’s the Disney Channel movie premiere of High School Musical. Join us for a much needed throwback on our High School Musical movie night with Student Staff Ronnie and Program Manager Ben! One thing that...

Recent Posts

Apply to Be A 2020-2021 Enosinian Scholar!

The Enosinian Scholars Program is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Each year, this program welcomes a select group of rising seniors to conduct student-driven research in a variety of academic areas. Students apply at the end of their junior...

2020 Strasser Prize Winners Announced

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Strasser Writing Prize competition!  We have one first place winner, and two runners-up. 1st Place: Talia Zelle “Created Languages in Speculative Fiction: Humane Language in Babel-17 and Understand” Runners Up: Elena...

New Self & Society class for Fall 2020

There is still lots of time to add a new course to your fall schedule! Professor Jeffrey Spike will be teaching a brand new Honors Self & Society course titled “Ethics in Public Health”. You can read the course description...

Community Life

2020 Strasser Prize Winners Announced

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Strasser Writing Prize competition!  We have one first place winner, and two runners-up. 1st Place: Talia Zelle “Created Languages in Speculative Fiction: Humane Language in Babel-17 and Understand” Runners Up: Elena...

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