Participation in the Honors Program provides a multitude of benefits: academic, professional, cultural, social and more. Read More…
The honors curriculum serves as the foundation for the program. Interdisciplinary courses underline the notion that knowledge knows no boundaries.
Upcoming honors events
Nov 2: All-Honors Gathering
Nov 4: Honors Thesis Proposal Advising Session
Nov 5: EDGE Leadership Meeting
Nov 6: Careers a La Carte
Nov 6: Tour of Miro Exhibit
Nov 8: Cardinal Preview Day
Nov 9: Peer Mentor Workshop
Nov 12: Medea (Classic Theatre)
Nov 12: Care For the Earth: The Pierre Lecture
Nov 13-15: Reckless: A Play
Nov 16: EDGE Meeting
Nov 21: Light the Way: O Tannenbaum
Annalisa Moore (BS Mathematics) has graduated with a master's degree from the Operations Research & Industrial Engineering Graduate Program at the University of Texas. She is now working for BNSF Railways in Fort Worth, TX. Her honors project, “Public Health Policies and Managing Bioterrorism,” mathematically modeled the potential effects of three deadly diseases on a population. For two years she coordinated student volunteers at Haven for Hope’s teen room, one of the experiences she shares in this video.