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Congrats to our Sure Award Winners

Congratulations to Victoria Luckenbaugh and Eileen Emerson, our SURE Award winners!

Win $500 with the Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence

You already did the work, all you have to do it hit submit!

The Intern Files: Osa Conservation

Peer Advisor Emily talks about her internship at Osa Conservation.

Spring 2016 Student-Faculty Dinner

The end of the semester is rapidly approaching- papers, exams, presentations- yikes! Fortunately, for us UHPers, semester’s end also marks the arrival of the always-anticipated Student Faculty Dinner. Join us on Thursday, April 28th from 5pm to 7pm at Chalin’s Chinese to gorge on Crab Rangoons and other delectable treats. Tickets will be on sale […]

Spring 2016 UHP Hike – New Date!!

Itching to get outside in this lovely spring weather? Us too! That’s why we rescheduled our Spring Hike in Shenandoah. If you have already registered and paid the fee, you’re still good to go, but due to cancellations from the date change, we’re reopening registration! To join Professor Ralkowski and your fellow UHPers on this […]

A Millennial and Her Mother: Lessons on Climate Change

“The Anthropologist” film screening and director Q&A on Wednesday, 4/20.

Elliott Undergraduate Scholars Symposium

All members of the University Honors Program are cordially invited to this years Elliott Undergraduate Scholars Symposium on April 13th! The Elliott School Undergraduate Scholars program is an enhanced independent research opportunity for outstanding Elliott School juniors and seniors. After months of research and writing, this year’s cohort will be presenting their work April 13th […]

The Extra Curricular: Colonial Crossfire

Peer Advisor Benji recounts his experience working on Colonial Crossroad in this edition of The Extra Curricular.

Lecture: Cultivating Ethical Perception: A Buddhist Perspective on Moral Development.

“Cultivating Ethical Perception: A Buddhist Perspective on Moral Development” Ethics is a shared concern with many of the Honors’ courses. But what is ethics about? Is it about virtue? About rights and duties? About spreading happiness? Each of these views has partisans in the Western tradition.  But what if it is about none of these? […]

New Fall 2016 Course: The Idea of Beauty

New course offering: The Idea of Beauty with Professor Soltan (Arts & Humanities)

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