Earn Honors credit and study abroad over spring break this spring 2020 with a faculty-led trip with Honors Acting Dean Damien Clement. The trip will feature cross-cultural explorations of Munich, Stuttgart, Strasbourg, and Paris.
Want to get more involved in the Honors College? Apply to become an Honors College Ambassador, and share your love of the Honors College with prospective students and alumni!
The Honors College is seeking applications for Honors College Ambassadors to represent the Honors College for recruitment events and engaging with alumni/donors. Taking ownership of the Honors College experience, these students will work to promote the Honors College to external and internal audiences.
West Virginia Health Sciences Center was recently awarded an 11 million dollar grant to study the effects of surrounding cells and tissue on tumor development. This grant is to support the newly founded Tumor Microenvironment (TME) Center for Biomedical Research Excellence.
The funding provides the opportunity for up to five undergraduate students to work in various labs focused on the microenvironment surrounding different cancers. This opportunity will be a paid internship. Additional positions may be available that can be used for completion of Honors credit or an Honors thesis without pay. Contact Dr. Paul Lockman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to express interest in the opportunity.
All first-year Honors students are required to complete the summer reading assignment as their first assignment for their HONR 298o orientation course. The assigned book for fall 2019 is Educated by Tara Westover. See the essay prompts here. Find answers to your frequently asked questions about the summer assignment, followed by the summer reading assignment grading rubric for fall 2019. Learn how to use the APA citation format here.
The 2019-2020 Honors Faculty Fellows will be holding lectures throughout the beginning of fall semester.
The Honors College Faculty Fellows program encourages curricular innovation, giving faculty the opportunity to design new Honors College courses that also fit within the General Education Foundations (GEF) course framework.
These lectures provide current Honors students and the greater WVU and Morgantown community with the opportunity to learn more about the exciting topics covered in these innovative courses. See full descriptions for each faculty fellow's course.
How does money influence politics, society and current events worldwide? What can films teach us about how everyday citizens view and understand important historical events? How bold and inquisitive should we be when facing the unknown?
The Honors College is seeking a full-time Honors College VISTA for the 2019-2020 year. The position will start in August and continue through August 2020.
This VISTA Honors College Specialist will work work collaboratively with the Honors College at West Virginia University.
In this capacity, he or she will engage WVU Honors College students, staff and faculty as well as others to expand and strengthen partnerships within the University; and between the Honors College, the local community, and the state. Moreover, the VISTA member will develop systems and processes for academic enrichment that build the capacity of the Honors College to provide meaningful service learning and civic engagement opportunities for its students.
As a VISTA, the coordinator will receive:
All first-year students must take their department/college First-Year Seminar course. Your advisor at New Student Orientation will help you select the correct First-Year Seminar course for you.
H01 - Meets Mondays from 9-9:50 a.m., Floor 2 of Lincoln Hall
Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors course for fall, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses.
As a first-year student, you will register in the afternoon on your New Student Orientation day.
Members of the Honors College and Phi Beta Lambda, a professional business fraternity, traveled to Fairmont, W.Va. to compete at the State Leadership Conference. Students participated in case studies, production tests and presentations.