New for Honors Students
Honors Professors Co-Edit New Book: “Triple Triumph: Three Women in Medicine” A new book, co-edited by College of Arts and Sciences professors Samuel Gorovitz and Cathryn Newton, reveals the untold stories of three women who have shattered medicine’s glass ceiling. Read more about “Triple Triumph: Three Women in Medicine” here!Go >>
Maxwell in Washington Study in the nation’s capital while gaining real-world work experience with Maxwell in Washington! Information Session Monday Sept. 25 5pm in Eggers 060 Deadline for Spring 2018 applications is Sunday, October 1st Live. Learn. Intern. While living in the nation’s capital, the Maxwell in Washington Program places you amid some of the…Go >>
Glad They Didn’t Floss Read this piece on Honors Capstone Award Winning research! Student Discovers Tuberculosis DNA in Dental Plaque of Smithsonian’s Anatomical CollectionGo >>
Student Research Spotlight Have you seen the SU News piece on Honors student, Maizy Ludden (AS ’19)? Click here to learn about her research and the scholarships she was awarded after working closely with the Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising.Go >>
Lockerbie Scholars anchor ‘Cuse Cast Lockerbie Scholars Andrew Dorrance and Heather Mutch anchor this week’s ‘Cuse Cast, with details on important training for resident advisors and this year’s Student Involvement Fair. Watch the Video Here!Go >>
Eclipse Party on the Quad People left their desks and offices and books behind Monday, August 21st to enjoy the spectacle of nature. Thanks to many individuals sharing their eclipse glasses and the physics department who set up many viewing options, everyone in attendance could enjoy the partial solar eclipse. Honors alum, students, faculty and…Go >>
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The Honors Program is located at:
306 Bowne Hall
Syracuse NY 13244