The mission of the Honors College at Montana State University is to prepare academically motivated students to think critically and independently within a challenging and supportive community.
The Honors College at Montana State University provides opportunities for students to study, conduct research, and exchange ideas in a challenging and supportive academic environment. In addition to learning from outstanding faculty members, Honors students can attend special Honors seminars, take interdisciplinary Honors courses, and engage in independent study and research opportunities. Select information topics from the menu to find out more about the Honors College. The Honors application can be found here.
Honors Presents Lecture Series and Special Events
Friday, February 19, 2016, 4:00 pm in Procrastinator Theater - Professor Kent Davis: The Narrative Identity: Work and Plan in Story
Author, actor and Honors College faculty member Kent Davis digs deep into the landscape
of creativity and identity. From speculation about our first urges toward narrative,
to meditation on 16th century Italian sight gags, to consideration of his own journey
to publication, this talk invites us to playfully wrestle with the questions that
bind stories to how we think, how we live, and even to our own identities. This presentation
promises to be a fascinating and amusing exploration of the art and science of the
stories we tell ourselves about ourselves.
To view the Spring 2016 Lecture Series Schedule - Click here