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Ryan Summers
WSU senior Ryan Summers finalist for Rhodes scholarship
Washington State University computer engineering, German, and Honors College student Ryan Summers interviewed Nov. 17-18 in Seattle as a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship, arguably the oldest and best known of the prestigious scholarships available to American college graduates.
Kim Andersen
Clinical Professor in Honors, Kim Andersen to attend NCHC in Atlanta
Kim Andersen will be attending the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference in Atlanta, November 8-12, 2017 where he together with Christine Oakley, Director, Global Learning, Clinical Associate Professor, Sociology, will give their presentation: “Trends in Study Abroad: Data and Perspectives” to a national and international audience of educators.
Annie Lampman
Annie Lampman to Present at Honors Conference in Atlanta
Annie Lampman, Clinical Assistant Professor has been selected as a presenter during the 52nd annual conference to be held by the National Collegiate Honors Council in Atlanta, Georgia, November 8-12, 2017.

Honors Dean in Germany >>

Follow Dean Norton’s trip to Germany as a U.S. Fulbright Administrator


Headlines – November 2017

  • Honors College student and mechanical engineering major Daniel Goto’s idea won first prize at the Hackathon, which is sponsored by Boeing. Read more >>
  • WSU SoccerHonors College student and Freshman Elyse Bennett scored the game-winning goal against ASU: her second goal of the season. From start to finish the Cougs were in complete control in the desert as Washington State shutout Arizona State behind the strength of a 63 minute strike from freshman Elyse Bennett. After peppering the goal without a result in the first half, Bennett finally broke the Cougs through with a powerful header off a cross from her teammate Morgan Weaver as the two hooked up for the second-straight game.

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