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This first-generation Honors Wildcats has spent 200+ hours helping research how microbes in the gut microbiome affect diseases outside of the gut, such as asthma and arthritis.
Student of the Month sophomore Nowie Se hits the right notes as an Honors student.
The Garcia Family Foundation Scholarship is a 10-year, $400,000 annual commitment to student excellence at the University of Arizona.
The University of Arizona has been named a top producer of Fulbright students by the Institute of Higher Education, ranking No. 14 among U.S. research institutions and setting a university record with 20 awardees.
Consider joining Honors Student Council this academic year and get to know other Honors students while getting more involved with the Honors College!
Welcome back, and while you were out eating/playing/resting/working/traveling, the Honors College faculty and staff were on the case, bringing home five big pluses to your Spring 2020 experience.
Student of the Month senior Arielle Devorah is putting her skills on the line for what matters most to her.
Honors Weekly caught up with Christine Carlson, Arizona Student Unions’ Associate Director, Retail Dining and Nutrition, to get the inside scoop
Nick Knapton, a graduate student in the University of Arizona College of Nursing, needs a wheelchair, but not as a result of being shot and wounded while serving in the Army. He was paralyzed much later by Lyme disease.
Honors College senior Joanna Jandali already is contributing to better systems and outcomes in the U.S. government. A dual major in Political Science and Law with a minor in Arabic, Joanna’s looking ahead to law school and well beyond. While Tucson is home, the bigger world has already captured this student’s attention.
From University President Robert C. Robbins to Dean Terry Hunt, the November 5th opening of the Honors Village centered on a single theme; student success.
Honors Weekly had to do a little fast pursuit to catch up with Spencer, who is turning his Honors College studies and competitive cycling into a road to his future.
The Honors College early application deadline of November 3, 2019 will be extended to November 15, 2019 for students affected by the California wildfires or the Chicago Public Schools teacher strike.