Call for Submissions

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Call for Submissions Honors students! Submit your work for a new journal of scholarly work by Honors undergraduates. The journal will be edited, designed, and published by fellow Honors students in the fall 2023 semester through the new HNR 340 course Producing a Scholarly Journal. A few important guidelines:   In the fall semester, a student…

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Black Excellence Gala

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Black Excellence Gala On December 9, 2022, the Black Honors Society and the National Society of Black Engineers hosted their first annual Black Excellence Gala with the support from several offices and individuals; the Renee Crown University Honors Program, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Hendricks Chapel, the Event and Technical Services staff, Office of Student…

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Lifting Every Voice at 38th Annual MLK Celebration

Gabrielle Pinkney, Class of 2024, majoring in Music Industry and President of the Black Honors Society. Third from left, with members of the group, BCCE, at the 38th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in January 2023.

Lifting Every Voice at 38th Annual MLK Celebration Honors student Gabrielle Pinkney, ’24 (VPA, Music Industry) recently directed the Community Choir at the38th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held in the JMA Dome. Pinkney led the Community Choir, including members of local church choirs and the Black Celestial Choral Ensemble (BBCE), in singing Every…

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Recent Honors Alum Brennan wins Online Journalism Award

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Recent Honors Alum Brenna Wins Online Journalism Award Recent Newhouse School graduate Kate Brennan ’22 is the winner in the Individual Student Portfolio category of the 2022 Online Journalism Awards competition. She was honored her in-depth multimedia reporting project, “Aloha ʻāina,” Brennan completed the work as her Renée Crown Honors Program thesis project. Brennan was the managing…

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SU Art Museum Awards Temerte ’23 Kaish Fellowship

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SU Art Museum Awards Temerte ’23 Kaish Fellowship Alesandra (Sasha) Temerte is a senior at Syracuse University, double majoring in economics and writing and rhetoric studies, with minors in Spanish and strategic management. She is a Coronat Scholar, a member of the Renée Crown Honors Program and a 2022-23 Remembrance Scholar. Through the philanthropic gift…

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Walter ’20 and Baist ’22 Show Film at ESOTA Conference

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Walter ’20 and Baist ’22 Show Film at ESOTA Conference In October, Honors alumni Kylie Walter ’20 and Olivia Baist ’22 (with Dr. Beth Myers and Dr. Christy Ashby, School of Education), presented their film, And They Were Roommates: Navigating Inclusive Mentorship in Higher Education, at the European State of the Art (ESOTA) conference in Austria, held…

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Chancellor Inaugurates Honors Endowed Professors

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Chancellor Inaugurates Honors Endowed Professors The first Renee Crown Endowed Professors were inaugurated by the Chancellor on January 13 in a ceremony held at the Goldstein Faculty Center. Heidi Hehnly, associate professor of biology, is the Renée Crown Honors Professor in the Sciences and Mathematics, and Karin Nisenbaum, assistant professor of philosophy, is the Renée…

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Honors Welcomes Manish Bhardwaj to Orange Central

Manish Bhardwaj

Honors Welcomes Manish Bhardwaj to Orange Central Honors is delighted to host Orange Central Homecoming Coffee and Conversation featuring Dr. Manish Bhardwaj. Bhardwaj will discuss Moral Clarity and the Path to Justice. Dr is a Fellow of the Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at MIT, the James Wei Visiting Professor at the Keller Center at…

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