This spring semester, six students worked with Professor Mark Kirk to learn about the history of the Monarch Butterfly and its migration patterns, and current conservation tactics in an honors tutorial course called “Natural History and the Migration of the Monarch Butterfly.”
Awards Ceremony Recognizes Students, Faculty
Each year, the MU Honors College celebrates high achieving students who have received scholarships, awards and fellowships at a spring awards ceremony. This year, graduating seniors and over 70 other students were honored in front of friends, family and members of the honors community. ASH Scholars, Show-Me Scholars, Discovery Fellows, Cherng Summer Scholars, and students…
Megan Tyminski, a junior majoring in science and agricultural journalism and minoring in sustainable agriculture, is one of just 50 students nationally to earn the Udall Scholarship this year.
Founders of Panda Express Give $1.5 Million to Mizzou Honors College
Gift from MU alumni will support scholarships and programs for high-achieving students
Unbound Opens Pathway Between Fiction and Reality
With the Unbound Book Festival, reading is no longer a solitary experience. This is especially true for honors students who participated in the university’s Unbound Tutorial.
Visualizing Abolition maps the suppression of the African slave trade by following the correspondence exchanged between the British Foreign Office, British commissioners, minister, and naval officers, and representatives of foreign governments around the world in the 19th Century.
Studying Abroad: A first-hand account
Senior Kate Hargis shares a report from the field to provide a glimpse into what life is like in The Hague.
A Trusted Adviser
Susan Geisert has seen thousands of students come through her door over the course of her 35-year career as an academic adviser.
The Honors College Ambassadors represent a wide array of majors, backgrounds and corners of campus and act as the face of the Honors College.
The Visual Art and Design Showcase featured MU undergraduate student art and design projects from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3 in Jesse Hall.