Membership in honors program required. A one-credit seminar for all first-year students. Sophomore-entry students take this course in the spring of their sophomore year. The course develops critical thinking skills learned in HON-101 and 102, now applying them to public speaking. The class meets once a month for workshops on extemporaneous speaking, formal presentations, and the use of sources to make strong arguments. 01/21/2020-01/21/2020 Lecture Tuesday 08:00AM - 10:50AM EST, Room to be Announced (more)...
Membership in honors program required. The Honors Learning Community is a team-taught, interdisciplinary set of courses that address specific disciplinary topics as well as college writing. Each LC includes HON-101, HON-102, and LCIS-101. 01/13/2020-05/04/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 08:00AM - 09:20AM EST, Room to be Announced
Membership in honors program required. The Honors Learning Community is a team-taught, interdisciplinary set of courses that address specific disciplinary topics as well as college writing. Each LC includes HON-101, HON-102, and LCIS-101. 01/14/2020-04/30/2020 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 11:00AM - 12:20PM EST, Room to be Announced
Membership in honors program required. The Honors Learning Community is a team-taught, interdisciplinary set of courses that address specific disciplinary topics as well as college writing. Each LC includes HON-101, HON-102, and LCIS-101. 01/14/2020-04/30/2020 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:30PM - 01:50PM EST, Room to be Announced
Membership in honors program required. This course introduces honors students to their role in the global community. Through discussions and workshops concerning intercultural knowledge, global humility, and global education, students will see themselves as members of a world community and be able to enhance their educational program through global experiences. 01/13/2020-05/04/2020
Membership in honors program required. A one-credit seminar for all first-year students. Sophomore-entry students take this course in the spring of their sophomore year. The course develops critical thinking skills learned in HON-101 and 102, now applying them to public speaking. The class meets once a month for workshops on extemporaneous speaking, formal presentations, and the use of sources to make strong arguments. 01/23/2020-01/23/2020 Lecture Thursday 03:00PM - 05:50PM EST, Room to be Announced (more)...
Membership in honors program required. A one-credit seminar for all first-year students. Sophomore-entry students take this course in the spring of their sophomore year. The course develops critical thinking skills learned in HON-101 and 102, now applying them to public speaking. The class meets once a month for workshops on extemporaneous speaking, formal presentations, and the use of sources to make strong arguments. 01/22/2020-01/22/2020 Lecture Wednesday 11:00AM - 01:50PM EST, Room to be Announced (more)...