Honors Contract Courses
Honors is introducing contract courses! This is an opportunity for you to turn any course you are taking into an Honors course (and have it count as an Honors course!). By collaborating with a faculty member to engage in a course, you can explore more in-depth, independent research, and potentially present your work on campus, or at regional and national conferences. Contract course are a great way to work more closely with faculty in your field. See our 'contract courses' page for details..
Feb 10, 2020, 10:00 AM to Mar 28, 2020, 4:00 PM Community Folk Art Center (CFAC) The exhibition developed from the Fall 2019 African American Studies and Honors seminar, Photography of the Civil Rights Era,…Read More ...
Earn civic engagement hours as you learn! Workshop will be held Friday, March 6th from 1-4pm, location TBD Despite decades of globalization and multiculturalism, misconceptions about those deemed “culturally different” prevail, often leading to conflict.…Read More ...
Honors junior, Justine Hastings ’21, was a recipient of the Unsung Hero Award at the 35th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held at the Carrier Dome on Sunday January 26th. Justine was…Read More ...
Students in Professor Joan Bryant’s course, Photography in the Civil Rights Era, pose as they discuss their research at a poster presentation session. Students examined the role of photography in interpreting and documenting social, political, religious…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