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Tyler Malone performing research.

Best of Both Worlds

Jaylon Joyner at the Campus Recreation Center.

Fresh Start

Elora Karim in Granada, Spain.

Honors Opens Doors

Blake Winkler on the Hancock Stadium field.

Step up Your Game

Announcements

Appointments with Honors Advisors for summer and fall planning are now available.

View Summer and Fall Honors Sections


Upcoming Events sponsored by the Honors Program Leadership Team:

Rec Night - March 1 - 5:00-7:00 pm
Optional Dodgeball Tournament RSVP

Join our #HonorsProud Social Media Campaign!
Stats as of 2/25/2015:
Facebook - 825 likes > Goal for 3/4: 900
Twitter - 227 followers > Goal for 3/4: 300
Instagram - 123 followers > Goal for 3/4: 200

Download the Spring 2015 Programming Calendar


The Honors Program thinks the following events will be interesting and engaging. Sophomores may use each event as an experience for the Sophomore Honors Scholar designation.

Disability Awareness Cultural Dinner with Marlee Matlin, March 24, 5 pm, Brown Ballroom, Bone Student Center. Tickets are available from University Housing Services.

International Seminar Series: Social Responsibility and Global Engagement, March 25, 12 - 1 pm, Prairie Room, Bone Student Center

Pride and Prejudice, March 29, 2 pm, Center for the Performing Arts (performance and talk-back). Tickets are available from the Honors Program.

Volunteer at the University Research Symposium, April 10.

Ethnographic Film Series: The Other , Monday, April 13, 6 - 8 pm, Schroeder 138

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The Honors Experience

A student leader’s journey article thumbnail
A student leader’s journeyAshley Torri walked away from her first visit to Illinois State University in love with the campus that had “the beautiful quad and the energetic student atmosphere.”
Meet the student artist who created Pop Can Reggie article thumbnail
Meet the student artist who created Pop Can ReggieIt’s amazing what you can accomplish with a roll of chicken wire, hundreds of aluminum cans, some PVC pipe, and 10 straight hours of hard work by a bunch of Honors students.
In retirement, Bowman helps students learn to lead article thumbnail
In retirement, Bowman helps students learn to leadPresident Emeritus Al Bowman is sharing his unique perspective with the next generation of leaders through an Honors class for Presidential Scholars called Leadership in Action.

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