The University Honors Program is entering the third year of a partnership with the Daniel Center for Math and Science.
The Daniel Center for Math and Science has been selected as one of ten national finalist to compete for a $5500.00 grant from PC Construction, in celebration of their 55th anniversary. We have the honor [...]Continue Reading →
Join us in congratulating Kelsey Reamer, UHP student and nuclear engineering major, who was recently awarded a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) scholarship.
The U.S. Department of Energy is spending approximately $5 million to help educate the next generation of nuclear scientists and engineers, and to strengthen nuclear [...]Continue Reading →
This post was originally featured on the University Housing webpage.
Living on campus is more than just convenient for some students. The experience of living in residence halls or on-campus apartments is strengthened through the sense of community fostered by fellow residents. Sometimes the community becomes a second family for new students.
“Reason [...]Continue Reading →
This blog post was written by UHP Junior, Micah Khater, and originally posted on the NEH’s Humanities Insights Blog.
This post was written by one of our summer interns, Micah Khater, who is a rising junior at North Carolina State University. Her experience discovering NEH-funded projects that took place at her school may [...]Continue Reading →
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 →