This fall, eight Honors College faculty fellows will present lectures that give Honors students and the community a sample of what their innovative, interdisciplinary courses this year are all about.
This year’s Honors College Faculty Fellows are teaching courses that will allow students to make new connections and look beyond the common narrative. The Honors College Faculty Fellows program gives faculty the opportunity to design new Honors College courses that also allow students to fulfill General Education Foundations course requirements.
All lectures start at 6 p.m. and are open to the public. Register here to receive the Zoom link.
“The Road to Inequality”
Stefanie Hines, Energy Land Management, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
Tuesday, Aug. 24
“Materials for the Future”
John Craynon, Mining Engineering, Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
Tuesday, Aug. 31
Jennifer Walker, Music, College of Creative Arts
Tuesday, Sept. 7
Devin Smart, History, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
Tuesday, Sept. 14
“Principles of Conservation Ecology”
Amy Welsh, Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
Tuesday, Sept. 21
“Arthurdale, WV Matters”
Renée K. Nicholson, Multi- and Interdisciplinary Studies, Eberly College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities Center
Ann Pancake, Humanities Center
Michael Walsh, Marketing, John Chambers College of Business and Economics
Tuesday, Sept. 28
For more information, contact Honors@mail.wvu.edu or Damien Clement, associate dean of the WVU Honors College, at 304-293-2100.