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Fostering Connections

The ASH Scholars Program cultivates faculty and student collaboration in arts, social sciences and humanities.

Honors Featured in MU NSSE (“Nessie”) Survey

MU Honors College students turned out in force during the latest survey of Mizzou seniors and freshmen.

A Summer of Statistics and Sailing

Hello! It’s great to be back at Mizzou and in the swing of things in my second year. This past summer, I spent 11 weeks conducting research at the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) at Iowa State University. CSAFE is a research partnership between five universities (Iowa State University, University of…

Fact Within Fiction

Honors One Read author shares her process with students.

Summer Stay-cation

Cherng Scholars spent the summer expanding their minds through research.

All Aboard at NAFAC

I recently attended the 59th Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference (NAFAC) in Annapolis, MD. From April 9-11, 2019, I was fortunate enough to engage in discussions focused on the past, present, and future of the global order. Spending three days at the Naval Academy was an incredible experience. Not only is the campus breathtaking, but…

Stamps of Approval

Seven out of seven outstanding students to whom Mizzou offered the prestigious Stamps Scholarship accepted, meaning Mizzou is batting a thousand in 2019.

Annual Honors Award Ceremony Recognizes Outstanding Seniors

Over a dozen awards were given to students and faculty alike for outstanding achievements in a variety of fields.

Honors students taking the lead in MU organizations

Whether it be through clubs, sports, Greek Life and more, Honors students pride themselves on staying involved on campus. In fact, many Honors students accept leadership positions in their extracurricular activities. Here is a feature on two students, Brandon Lee and Kody Jones, who serve as presidents of two different organizations on campus. Name: Brandon…

Studying Girl Talk/Women Speak: Women’s Stories of the #MeToo Movement

Every Wednesday at 3pm, five female Honors students meet with English professor Dr. Elaine Lawless in Memorial Union. Reading responses in hand, the students arrive eager to discuss the week’s assignment and analyze the topic of the day. Their discussions are intelligent and fervent; it is obvious that the students and professor alike are passionate…