Honors Classes for Spring 2020
We are excited to release our full schedule of Spring 2020 classes with some new additions and offerings. Check out some of our newer offerings below, and for the full schedule of Spring 2020 classes visit our separate Honors class website.
When Greta Thunberg stood before the General assembly of the…Read More
Most of us take precision for granted. A replacement battery…Read More
“A sophomore environmental engineering major in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, Feldman learned recently that she is a recipient of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship, which will…Read More ...
Syracuse University’s Remembrance Scholar Selection Committee has chosen the 35 students who will be the 2019-20 Remembrance Scholars. Fifteen of these newly named scholars are Honors students. The scholarships were founded as a tribute to—and…Read More ...
Honors juniors, Serena Omo Lamai and Kyle Rosenblum, have been named 2020 Senior Class Marshals. As Senior Class Marshals, Omo-Lamai and Rosenblum will represent and lead their class during Syracuse University’s 166th Commencement ceremony. Honors junior,…Read More ...
Professor John Western (Geography) at the reception celebrating his retirement. Professor Western has taught the honors courses Critical Issues for the US and American Diversity & Unity. Professor Western served as a member of the honors…Read More ...
Tattoo Culture: Ink in East Asia is an interdisciplinary undergraduate collaboration between Cynthia Wang (Public Relations and International Relations, 2019) and Gabrielle Marzolf (Television, Radio and Film and Political Science, 2019). Their work examines the historical…Read More ...
Honors students are represented among the first cohort of students whose projects have been awarded funding by the Syracuse University Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement (SOURCE). For the full story, see “Undergraduates Celebrate…Read More ...
Have you ever wanted to attend a conference, professional training, or a program that would help you get ahead in your career but just couldn't swing the cost? Are you planning to study abroad and could use some extra funding to defray the costs while overseas? Consider applying for a development grant from Honors!
Designed for exceptionally curious and motivated students, Honors provides special opportunities and mentoring to enrich your academic experience.
The Honors Program is located at:
306 Bowne Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244