More than 50 students, ranging from freshmen to seniors and representing a wide variety of majors, received awards at the annual Honors College Awards Ceremony.
While Spring Break means a trip to the beach for many students, for some it means an opportunity to dedicate themselves to service. Several honors students joined other MU students during the recent Spring Break in a week of service through Mizzou Alternative Breaks
Fifty-three years ago this month, civil rights activists began a march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery, Alabama, that ended in the brutal murder of activist Viola Liuzzo. MU alumnus Jim Turner returned to campus to speak about his experience prosecuting members of the Klu Klux Klan for Liuzzo’s murder.
In only her second semester of college, freshman Rachael Hillyer is already making a name for herself across campus. In addition to playing on Mizzou’s club soccer team and joining Pi Phi Sorority, she is the Sinclair School of Nursing’s first Discovery Fellow, an Honors College program for eligible freshmen to participate in mentored research.
Exploring Global Solutions
Honors College CIRCA students are working towards goals greater than themselves.
MU Honors College Announces 2018 Cohort of Stamps Scholars
The University of Missouri’s Honors College has announced the seven students who have received an invitation to join the prestigious Stamps Scholars Program on campus starting in the fall of 2018.
Every Picture Tells a Story
Senior Cassidy Minarik knows the struggle of finding a platform to display her art. So, when she found out about the Undergraduate Visual Art and Design Showcase, she saw it as a great opportunity to show off her creative works.
Stamps Scholars: Setting the Pace for the Future of Honors
The MU Honors College recently hosted its second annual Stamps Scholars Weekend, a two-day series of events that brought 26 Stamps Scholars finalists to campus for interviews, lectures, research presentations and tours.
From Undergrads to Scientists
It might not sound like a traditional undergraduate experience, but Elizabeth Prenger and Andrew Ludwig found success studying a tiny parasitic worm.
A Mizzou Family
There was a lot for MU senior Christopher Dade to celebrate during the week of Thanksgiving. That week he learned he was a recipient of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship.