Below you will find the four UHPA courses offered in Fall 2013. The registration for these courses will go live late next week (4/18 or 4/19). Please consider taking a UHPA course in the Fall; you just might learn something.
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The NCSU Honors Program and the NCSU Department of History announce an academic conference and theatre performance entitled When Innocence Constitutes the Crime: Race, Memory, and Identity in the South. It will include the following events, and we welcome you to attend all. For more information visit: http://history.ncsu.edu/innocence or contact UHP student [...]Continue Reading →
The following is a list of HON seminars offered for upper division students (i.e. Sophomores through Seniors) in Fall 2013.
HON 290-001: The Arab Spring – a history
Dr. Akram Khater
GEP Categories: Humanities (History) and Global Knowledge Credit: 3 credits Time: MW 13:30-14:45 Location: Clark Hall 205
What caused the “Arab Spring,” this [...]Continue Reading →
The UHP Academy (UHPA) debuted in Spring 2013 with three student-taught courses: “The Written Democracy,” “Societal Perceptions of Gender and Sexuality,” and “Success and the Self.” If you are a current UHP student and would be interested in teaching a UHPA course in Fall 2013, now is the time to start developing your course!
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The Journal of Reflective Inquiry, the undergraduate journal of the University Honors Program at NC State, seeks students for its inaugural editorial board. All positions are on a calendar-year appointment (January 2013 – December 2014). Students must be available to serve the journal and must meet all eligibility requirements for the duration of [...]Continue Reading →
Notice for Adventurous UNDERGRADUATE Students!!
…who would be interested in spending this summer pursuing an EXTRAORDINARY, independent academic activity. Sound good to you? Well, you might consider applying for a Fellowship Advising Office Enhancement Grant! Students from all backgrounds and majors are encouraged to apply. We particularly invite creative and original proposals. One or more [...]Continue Reading →