The LEAP! Networking event is an opportunity for all students in the WSU Honors College to enhance their professional networking skills. During this event, students will engage with industry professionals, practice interview and communication skills, and learn best practices for professional success upon graduation! Make sure to register for LEAP! today. Food will be provided. Alumni from various industries will participate.
Friday, October 8 4:00-6:00 p.m. Elmina White Honors Hall Lounge
PULLMAN, Wash.—Tapping their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and building their resumes, four Washington State University Honors College pre-med students are spending their summer researching topics ranging from a female gynecological disorder to U.S. minority mortality rates, and from cannabis use to infectious diseases. » More …
WSU Emeritus Society announces two undergraduate research awards, two grants for Honors College students
May 5, 2021
MEDIA CONTACT: Tom Brigham, WSU Emeritus Society, email@example.com
PULLMAN, Wash.—The Washington State University Emeritus Society of retired faculty members has announced that four of seven students selected to receive awards and grants to support their undergraduate research efforts are from the Honors College, group spokesman Tom Brigham said.
“As retired faculty from disciplines across the university, we feel it’s important to do what we can to encourage students’ research, scholarship, and creative activities,” said Brigham. “This allows us to contribute to the continued advancement of WSU, our community, and the state. » More …
WSU Honors Thesis Abroad Grant
Facilitated by WSU Global Learning (GL) and International Studies Abroad (ISA)
Who: Student: WSU Honors student interested in carrying out guided research on the impact of global learning on students. This could be related to reach of Global Learning to different student populations or on the desired outcomes of Global Learning activities. The student should know basic statistics. Supervisor: Kelly Newlon, Ph.D., Director of Global Learning ISA contact: Colton Oliphant, Regional Director of University Partnerships
The spring Honors 298 Global Leadership course always taps topics such as world trade, the environment, and international teamwork, but this year the course itself is literally bringing the world to Pullman—and Pullman to the world, with the doors flung wide open for innovative teaching and learning. » More …