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Honors Weekly caught up with Christine Carlson, Arizona Student Unions’ Associate Director, Retail Dining and Nutrition, to get the inside scoop
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.
As part of the University of Arizona's Prison Education Project, Dr. Hunt sparked thinking and discussion as he recently taught at the high-security Rincon Unit inside the Arizona State Prison Complex.
Students from all backgrounds and with diverse life goals energize the Honors College. Student of the Month leads off with Maryan Hassan, a sophomore born 9,000 miles from Tucson, and a scholar with an impact on the University of Arizona even as she pursues a future as a Nurse Practitioner.
Author and Honors alumna, Joanna Guest, shares her beautifully illustrated book Folded Wisdom, a deeply moving tribute to her father. With each page, we journey through years of inspirational handwritten notes by her father, an invaluable gift of his time, wisdom, and deep love for his children.
With already-elevated hopes for incoming fall 2019 students, the Honors College team was impressed and encouraged well beyond the opening of the Honors Village.
Each year, the Honors College holds its Honors Study Abroad Photography Competition, highlighting the unique destinations and experiences of our students. It’s a great opportunity to share your adventures and love of photography! *Photo taken by Honors senior Gabby Apolinar.
Consider joining Honors Student Council this academic year and get to know other Honors students while getting more involved with the Honors College!
The Center for Transformative Healthcare seeks to advance collaborative, innovative and transformative interprofessional initiatives across disciplines, learning institutions, health care systems, research centers and communities at-large.
The Honors College Academic Advisors are available Monday-Friday 10:00-3:00 to help answer any questions you have. Please feel free to drop-in any time between these times. You are also able to schedule an appointment with an advisor by call (520) 621-6901 or stopping by the front desk at the Honors Village.
Honors Alternative Spring Break (HASB) allows you to have a chance to explore a location through service with your Honors peers.