At Home in the Honors College

February 7th, 2017

Once he starts talking, he doesn’t stop for a while. He loves what he does—it’s obvious. It’s that sort of unapologetic passion that makes Dr. George Daniels a valuable part of the Honors College community.

Honors Student Dedicated to Social Justice

January 4th, 2017

Before starting his freshman year at UA, Jeff Rogers took part in Alabama Action, a week-long service project for incoming freshmen in the Honors College, and as a result, “I saw what civic engagement could be.”

Honors Student Grows Healthy Communities

December 15th, 2016

Plants change lives. At least, that’s what sophomore Olivia Howell believes. The biology and biochemistry double-major spends her free time finding her roots (literally) by volunteering for the Druid City Garden Project.

Honors Common Book Experience

November 29th, 2016

Incoming Honors College students joined together in a common activity this past summer, long before they stepped foot on campus to begin classes.

Life Lessons from Art

November 29th, 2016

To Honors instructor Rob Alley, a lot of life lessons emanate from art, and these lessons form the basis of UH 210, “Art for Life’s Sake.”

Education Outreach

November 29th, 2016

Rachel Stewart became involved in mentoring “by accident. I signed up for a class as a freshman, and it turned out to be a mentoring class. I was hooked.”

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