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eleanor has written 13 posts for University Honors Program Blog

#HonorsProblems – Making the Honors Program a Home

Graduating senior Eleanor Klibanoff tells how she got over her sophomore slump, found support when she needed it, and made the UHP a home.

Get Your Student-Faculty Dinner Tickets Today!

Get your student-faculty dinner tickets today or miss out on the chance to hang with Kanye West, Liz Lemon and two very excited corgis.

The Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence

Did you write a stand-out paper for Origins? How about Scientific Discovery, or even, gasp, a non-honors course? Apply for the Eckles Prize today!
This annual prize recognizes students who produce a research project in their freshman year that demonstrates significant and meaningful use of library services and collections at the George Washington University.

New OCTUPLE Counting Honors Course!

Just in time for registration, the UHP is pleased to announce a groundbreaking multi-interdisciplinary carousel course that will engage students and satisfy more requirements than ever before!

Sign up for Food for Thought Today!

Join the UHP for lunch to discuss Prof. Fontana’s research on the importance of location in governance. Seats are limited for this free lunch on Friday, march 21st at 12:30pm.

Food for Thought with Prof. David Fontana [Free Lunch]

Join the UHP for lunch to discuss Prof. Fontana’s research on the importance of location in governance. Seats are limited for this free lunch on Friday, March 21st at 12:30pm.

Free Breakfast with UHP Director!

Have breakfast with Director Frawley and meet Mark, our new advisor!

SPA is Here to Help!

SPA is taking over the townhouse, offering free advice for registration.

Hold Removals, Walk-ins and Food!

Get your holds removed, your questions answered and your pizza eaten. The UHP is offering a slew of pre-registration events to make sure you’re ready for the big day!

In Defense of Math [Good Article]

This article makes the case for falling in love with the dreaded subject: math. How? Stop asking how you can use math as a skill and start appreciating it as another facet of culture, like art, literature or music.

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