What do professors Jack Horner, Neil Cornish, Richard Wolff, John Miller, Jerome Coffey, David Lageson, Michael Miles, Michael Sexson, Donald Demetriades, and Robert Rydell have in common? They all have taught upper division Honors seminars and found the experience of teaching a small group of highly motivated students in a dynamic, intimate setting to be enormously satisfying. For more information, click on the title link above.
If you would like to teach highly motivated students in a dynamic interdisciplinary arena, you are invited to apply for either the fall semester of 2014 (HONR 201US), or spring semester of 2015 (HONR 202IH). In the fall our theme is “Knowledge;” in the spring it is “Imagination.” For more information, click on the title link above.
The Honors College invites faculty proposals for our Great Expeditions” (UH 204) for Spring 2015. The three-credit class convenes once a week throughout the semester, examining the history, social and cultural milieu of an international destination that students and faculty will visit during a two-week excursion at the conclusion of the semester. Previous expeditions have included Ireland, South Africa, Thailand, Russia, Mongolia, the Dominican Republic, France, England, and Germany. For more information, click on the title link above.