Programming Board

Honors Programming Board



The Honors College Programming Board is a student group responsible for planning social, academic, service, and professional development events for honors students. They do incredible work, including planning Geek Week and the Honors College’s involvement in Homecoming each year. This is an excellent opportunity to get more involved in Honors, network with Honors staff and faculty, and have fun! Potential members must be in good standing with the Honors College, be able to commit to biweekly meeting attendance, and attend events as assigned throughout the semester.

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Willow Amann is a junior majoring in Social Work with minors in Sociology and Criminology. She researches LGBTQIA+ intimate partner violence and related topics through the Discovery Fellows and is an RSVP Peer Educator. In her free time, Willow enjoys crocheting with her friends and petting dogs.  

Cindy Nguyen is from Kansas City, MO and is a senior majoring in Elementary Education with a minor in Spanish. Cindy chose Mizzou for the new opportunities that it gave her and is involved with the Asian American Association, Vietnamese Student Association, and MU Residential Life. Outside of school, she enjoys doing crafts, watching movies with friends, baking, and cooking!

Bailey Stover is a senior double majoring in Journalism and Spanish and double minoring in Public Health and Sociology. One of her favorite Honors College courses was Public Health Principles, Practice, and Education, which sparked her interest in the field. In addition to her work as an Honors Ambassador, she is a multimedia journalist with The Missourian. Bailey loves to travel and has studied abroad in Costa Rica, Peru and Spain. After graduation she hopes to teach English abroad in a Spanish-speaking country while doing freelance journalism.

Lydia Williams is a junior at Mizzou majoring in journalism. She is originally from Memphis, TN but she decided to go to school at Mizzou for their journalism school. She is a member of Little Sisters of the Golden Rose and a Walter Williams Scholar. In her free time, Lydia enjoys being outdoors, reading, hanging out with friends, and exploring her creative side.

Molly Wright is a senior studying Journalism with a minor in History. During her time at Mizzou, Molly has been honored as a Walter Williams Scholar, is a member of the Missouri Student Association Academic Affairs Committee and Pi Beta Phi fraternity, and an academic peer mentor.