In honor of National Poetry Month, we would like to highlight our very own Dr. David Southward on his newest poetry publications. Congratulations to Dr. Southward for all his moving and insightful poems. https://theotherjournal.com/2018/02/22/cleansing-mary-magdalene/ http://www.gyroscopereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/SPRING-ISSUE-2018-PDF.pdf (pp. 39 and 80) https://issuu.com/blotterature/docs/propissue… Read More
Honors students learning about environmental anthropology in “The Social Life of Seeds” course undertook a practicum on seed saving heirloom tomato varieties this February. Classmate Angela Beling used her grandmother’s recipes to turn the remaining tomato rinds into three tasty salsas that the class shared together. In… Read More
The second annual Honors College Olympics took place last night and it was as action packed as ever. Four teams competed in a battle of wits and endurance for the coveted Honors College trophy and bragging rights. Challenges included: making… Read More
We are excited to congratulate Talis Shelbourne, a journalism major in the Honors College who was just awarded an incredible fellowship opportunity. To learn more about this fellowship, click here. Great job, Talis!
The Honors College would like to highlight a wonderful TED talk given by professor David Pate, that was based on a previous course he taught for the Honors College. To see the talk, click here
The Honors College was thrilled to celebrate our final Midweek gathering of the semester, winding down with cookies, coffee, and cider. Be sure to check back next semester for the continuation of Midweek and we wish you all the best… Read More
The Aggregate: The UWM Honors College Newsletter Welcome to Volume 1, Issue 1 of The Aggregate. To access the issue, please click here.
Honors Student Hugo Ljungbäck has an essay being showcased in the latest version of a journal called, Inquiries, a journal devoted to social sciences, arts, and humanities. To see Hugo’s article, click here
This year’s Monster Conference was a great success! The Monster Conference is an annual showcase of undergraduate research on monstrous topics. Four Honors students Jessie Nitz, Lizzy Stolow, Mara Lapp, and Bailey Flannery presented on topics ranging from werewolves to… Read More
Honors College Professor Hilary Snow showed Japanese woodblock prints from the UWM Art Collection to accompany her guest lecture Monday, October 23rd in Assistant Professor Kay Wells’ course, ‘Frank Lloyd Wright.’ See more information here.