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Summer Reading Book Discussions

August 27, 2019

Five Ways to Forgiveness 2019 Honors Book Discussions Inaugural L. Jackson Newell Lecture: Prof. Scott Black, English Department chair, will discuss the Honors College summer reading, Five Ways to Forgiveness by Ursula K. Le Guin – Thursday, September 19 @ 6:00pm, Gardner Commons Rm 1900 Book discussions to follow (all honors students welcome and encouraged […]


Honors Students Awarded Prestigious scholarships

June 12, 2019

Meet the U’s newest Truman and Goldwater scholars and Fulbright Fellows. Honors students represent the U as awardees of the Truman, all three Goldwater Scholars and two of the U’s Fulbright Fellows Source: Prestigious scholarships


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February 25, 2019


Friday February 22nd: Anger, Fear, and the Politics of Blame

February 22, 2019


HONORS STUDENT AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS CHURCHILL SCHOLARSHIP

January 23, 2019

CHEMIST IS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE CHURCHILL SCHOLAR FROM THE U Cameron Owen of Boise, Idaho, a senior honors student majoring in chemistry and physics and minoring in mathematics, has received the prestigious Churchill Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. He is one of only 15 students nationally to receive the […]


A message from the Acting Dean to the Honors Community

November 14, 2017

On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Honors College I want to reiterate our support of our DREAMer and DACA students. Honors is an inclusive Community, both on and off campus. Our Honors Community, like our country, is richer and stronger because of DREAMers.  We hope congress will support the Deferred Action for […]


MEET THE 2017-18 WHITBY FELLOW INTERN

September 8, 2017

Steven Calhoun I am an energetic and creative Multidisciplinary Design Student with a focus on sustainable practices and iterative thinking. My passion for design sprouts from my passion for nature. I believe that an iterative design process with a focus on materiality and global impact leads to a better quality of life for all.  If […]


March 5, 2017

Kem Gardner Policy Institute Sponsored: Worlds Apart? Assessing Utah’s Urban-Rural Divide 2017-18 Application This Praxis Lab will meet Fall 2017-Spring 2018, Mondays 2:00-5:00pm. The 2016 election put into sharp contrast the political and social divisions that exist between rural and urban areas in this country. Even here in Utah, we see marked social, political, and […]


Honors Undergraduate Research Fellowship: Jonah Katz

September 13, 2016

Jonah Katz Asian Studies Major, Honors College In “Analysis of Dream of the Red Chamber,” Katz plans to use geospatial and character network analysis to study the interactions of social hierarchies and cliques within the 18th century Chinese classic, Dream of the Red Chamber, one of the most beloved books in Chinese literature. Katz will […]