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The Art of Planetary Motion

The Art of Planetary Motion

“Humans are just not that important,” says Dr. Randall Milstein, NASA Astronomer-in-Residence and instructor of HC 407: Comparative Planetology.

It’s a humbling statement, but one fitting […]

 
State of the College 2019

State of the College 2019

On February 22, Honors College Dean Toni Doolen shared a State of the College address with an audience of students, staff, parents and alumni.

Toni and […]

 
College to Career – The Leader Within

College to Career – The Leader Within

By Christopher McCracken | HC Student Media Writer
From the classroom to the workforce, the Honors College prepares students for success. Just ask alumna Kari Parker […]

 
 
 
A New Perspective

A New Perspective

Going into my first Honors Colloquia class, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had made a couple inferences based off the name: Toy Based […]

 
 
Fungi Mutations and Future Plans

Fungi Mutations and Future Plans

It’s very likely an uncommon experience for undergraduate research to have findings pertinent to the development of genetic diseases and cancer. For fourth-year honors biochemistry […]

 
Lights from Underground

Lights from Underground

Students who enrolled in the Honors College colloquium “Publishing Underground” probably did not expect the title to be literal. But one winter day, underground they […]

 
A Legacy of Changed Lives

A Legacy of Changed Lives

At the end of fall term, 2018, two of the Honors College’s most engaged and beloved faculty partners retired following careers marked by distinction both […]

 

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