Follow along with current Honors student, Mara Lapp, as she studies abroad in China for the Fall semester. She will be studying Chinese classes as well as classes on Chinese politics, China’s historical transformations, a literature class and more. Follow Mara’s… Read More
The Honors College celebrated Honors graduation on Saturday, May 12th. With help from the Provost, the Honors College celebrated the newest additions to the Honors College graduate family. 77 students graduated with their Honors Degree, the highest degree achieved at UWM. The… Read More
The cast of Reasons to Be Pretty is keeping its spirits high for opening night. After a semester hard work rehearsing, they remain as energetic as they were the first day. All their hard work showed during the performance. The… Read More
The Honors College is excited to spread the message of our recent Alternative Spring Break trip to New Orleans currently from the April edition of In Focus. The trip was organized by Dr. Benjamin Schneider, an Honors College senior lecturer, and… Read More
Honors Student Hugo Ljungbäck has recently had an essay published in the AM Journal of Art and Media Studies. To view his essay, click here.
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