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Three Honors Students have been named Outstanding Seniors by the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture
Madison Broers, Alyssa Norris, and Ryan Summers were awarded at the VCEA annual convocation ceremony last Thursday.
Summer’s Internship
WSU’s Ryan Summers spent last summer building autonomous submarines and interning at SpaceX, a company that’s planning to send a space ship to Mars.
Summer Session: Exploring the Art of Portraiture
Honors 280.2 – Exploring the Art of Portraiture will meet M-F, May 8 – June 2, 2017 from 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. in Elmina White Honors Hall, room 142

Headlines – April 2017

Honors Students Notable Achievements

Honors College students Bardya Banihashemi and Alyssa Norris were named as University Innovation Fellows. The University Innovation Fellows program is out of Stanford University’s Design school and selects students who will increase innovation and entrepreneurship at their university.

Honors College student Natalie Feeney was named Outstanding Senior for the Philosophy B.A. program by the faculty of the School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs.

Honors College students Keesha Matz and Julianna Brutman received Barry. M. Goldwater Scholarships. Since 2013 Honors College students have been recognized 10 times by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in Excellence & Education Foundation (7 awards; 3 Honorable Mentions).

Honors College students Sam Flor and Joseph Chung were participants in the recent Associated Schools of Construction competition, the largest construction management contest in the U.S.

Honors College student Garrett Kalt was elected ASWSU Vice President.

Honors College student Alice Hiemstra won this year’s WSU Concerto Competition; she will perform the Hummel Oboe concerto with the orchestra later this spring.

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Double Your Dollars! — Your gifts to the new “Dean’s Notable Achievement Fund” allow you to, literally, double your dollars and your impact. Every gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar by an anonymous donor, providing up to $500,000 total to directly benefit Honors students pursuing high-impact educational experiences.