Judge Thomas Kleeh
Judge Kleeh joined the Honors Program at West Virginia University in 1992 and graduated with a bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in accounting in 1996.
Kleeh discussed influential classes and people he encountered throughout his time with the Honors Program that continue to shape his life to this day.
Read more about Judge Kleeh here.
Thaiddeus “Ted” Dillie
Thaiddeus “Ted” Dillie, a class of 2020 West Virginia University and Honors College graduate with a bachelor of science in biochemistry, a major which is a collaboration between the Davis and Eberly Colleges.
Ted, a Weirton, West Virginia native, was exposed to strong WVU pride throughout his childhood, so his decision to attend college here was not a difficult choice. However, as a first-generation college student, navigating the waters at such a big university was an adjustment for Ted.
Ted said his experiences with the Honors College and within his major allowed him to have a rich and unique experience at WVU, one he hopes to continue in his future.
Read more about Ted Dillie here.
Honors Through the Years
Dr. Keith Garbutt
Dr. Bill Collins
Dr. Bill Collins, former director of the Honors Program, spent time with us reminiscing on the beginning of the Honors Program and its evolution into the Honors College today.