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Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote Named Inaugural Cherng Visiting Scholar

Dr. Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote, Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been named the inaugural Andrew and Peggy Cherng Distinguished Visiting Scholar for the MU Honors College.

Anna Merkel – August & September 2017

August was a whirlwind! Time has flown by, and now it has been over a month since I moved to Mizzou. It seems like only days ago that I was sitting in my high school’s library, worrying about where to go and what to do in college. Move in day honestly felt like I was…

Madi Winfield – August & September 2017

Hello, Stamps community! My name is Madi Winfield, and I’m a freshman journalism major at the University of Missouri - Columbia. I am incredibly excited to be one of Mizzou’s inaugural Stamps Scholars and to help shape this branch of the program into something long-lasting and beneficial to the scholars and our community. I’m not…

Toyin Jackson – August & September 2017

Hi! I’ve been at Mizzou for a little over a month now and it’s been going well! The transition has been super different for me and it’s been a struggle but it’s been getting easier. My favorite thing about Mizzou is the campus and the culture. Not that the football team is doing well right…

Caitlin Kelleher – August & September 2017

Wow! The first few weeks are in the books as a freshman at the University of Missouri and as a Stamps Scholar! It has been a crazy ride, starting with move-in day, sorority recruitment week, my first college classes, and first football game. Although it has been a huge transition from New Jersey, I am…

Helping Houston

After Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Texas, in late August, leaving widespread devastation, students in Professor Richard Oliver’s Career Explorations class wanted to help. Missouri is far from Harvey’s destruction, but the storm’s impacts were…

Missouri Land Grant Compact Aims to Erase Tuition for Thousands

Sierra Applegate is a sophomore honors student studying aerospace engineering at MU. Next fall, she and thousands of other students won’t have to pay a dime of tuition.

Land Grant Compact Will Provide Access to Missouri Residents

New grants underscore the University of Missouri’s pledge to fulfill its land-grant mission by offering more competitive, affordable education to Missourians

Maintaining Standards of Excellence

Honors College alum and supporter Margaret Holt maintains journalistic standards at the Chicago Tribune

Timely Tutorials

Tutorials are a part the Honors College’s innovative curriculum that provide students with an opportunity to study a subject in real time, in depth, and in a small setting.  Professor Frank Bowman, who is on the law faculty, is teaching a Honors Tutorial in the fall called “The Impeachment Power & American Constitutional Balance.”  He…