Design professor J. Mark Scearce, who teaches HON 299: The Limits of Interpretation, was recently commissioned by a New York opera company to compose a new opera. Scearce has optioned the rights to a 1978 horror novel that was the basis for the movie, “Angel Heart.” The opera will premiere in the fall of 2015. You can read more [...]Continue Reading →
The following UHP students were recently inducted into the NCSU chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Congratulations! William Dominic Allen Morgan Elizabeth Carter William Hampton Coe Aaron Hastings Cook Hemant Arun Desai Phillip Everett Dixon Matthew Michael Draelos Caitlynn Filla Sally Eloise Highsmith Jake Hill Theresa Marie Mazzoleni William G. Oakley Hannah Ruth Osborne Christopher Ryan [...]Continue Reading →
Congratulations to the Class of 2016 Caldwell Fellows, including the nine new Fellows from the University Honors Program:
Matthew Anderson Megan Broders Marc Celestini Kevin Eguiluz Hernandez Graham Freels William Holland Josiah Keilson Shrey Satpathy Annie Wilt
You can read more about the 2016 Caldwell Fellows, including their individual biographies, here.
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Ellen Davenport recently sat down with fellow UHP freshman, Ben Markoch, to talk about his interest in design as well as his work with the Cultural Explorations Committee and the website he designed called Expressions.
ED: What kind of design are you studying and how and when did your interest in design begin?
BM: I’m a [...]Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Scott Hefner, UHP senior, former HV fellow, and Architecture major, along with his friend Abe Drechsler, who won this year’s Habitat for Humanity ReSpace competition. Their design, titled LightWall, was selected by a jury of industry professionals.
The ReSpace Competition is an effort to raise awareness of reuse materials while [...]Continue Reading →
Over the past few weeks, several engineering students have asked me about organizations outside of the Quad. Unfortunately, I know very little about engineering, so I sat down and talked to Anna Komsa about SWE. Anna is a sophomore in Biomedical Engineering and the secretary for SWE.
The Society of Women Engineers works [...]Continue Reading →