New for Honors Students
Honors alum Chris Cresswell,’11 will be having the world premiere of his Nocturne No. 1 for Winds this Saturday Feb. 18th at 2 pm in Setnor Auditorium. The work is a transcription of his solo piano work Nocturne No. 1 “Lonely Tonight”, originally commissioned by the Society for New Music for the 2011 Cazenovia Counterpoint…Go >>
This Friday, January 27 @ 3:00 pm in 313 Bowne Hall. We will be holding a general interest meeting for all of our Honors supported civic programs and you’re invited to participate. 313 Bowne Hall is right across the hall from the Honors Suite. The coordinators of the following programs will be on hand…Go >>
Many Honors students who spend time abroad or off campus doing the Honors Course Substitution option put together captivating journals that are just too good not to share. So we’ve decided to introduce an ‘Abroad Experience’ feature to our blog. Every so often we’ll publish an excerpt from a student journal as a snapshot of their experiences…Go >>
Are you interested in going to study abroad? Here’s your chance to stop dreaming and start planning. SU Abroad is hosting an information meeting this week to promote ALL summer programs for 2012. The meeting will take place this Thursday, 1/26 at 4:00pm at the SU Abroad office. And remember, Honors has a…Go >>
The Honors Program offers prestigious Crown/Wise awards that can provide up to $5,000 to support Capstone Projects. We awarded more than a dozen scholarships last year; we anticipate similar numbers this year. The current round of awards is designed for juniors, but seniors can also apply. Go to the Capstone Interactive Orange for details on…Go >>
Alex Pines’ Capstone Project Receives Award Alex (2011 Newhouse) has won third place in the Hearst Multimedia Competition through the Hearst Journalism Awards Program for her Honors Capstone project entitled Our Coast: The Effects of Urbanization and Coastal Development on California Surf Culture. The full piece and an article by Alex can be found…Go >>
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The Honors Program is located at:
306 Bowne Hall
Syracuse NY 13244