Honors College Student Receives a Goldwater
Susan Leggett '13 was named a 2012 Goldwater Scholar. The Goldwater is the most prestigious national award for undergraduate students doing research in the sciences, engineering and mathematics disciplines. Read more.
Susan is one of many students who have worked with the Honors College Office of Fellowships Advising and received nationally competitive awards. Meet UVM's prestigious scholarships and fellowships recipients.
(Photo courtesy of The Vermont Cynic and Alexa Algios).
In the Honors College sophomore seminar "Ancient Inventions," students not only learned about technological innovation in antiquity, they built the machines of the ancient world - with only a book of illustrations and engineering professor Domenico Grasso to guide them. See their inventions in action here.
The course is one of several sophomore seminars offered to Honors College students. These interdisciplinary seminars range from "Controversies in Modern Genomics" to "Complexity, Climate Change and Human Systems," and are taught by faculty from UVM's seven undergraduate colleges plus the medical school.
Learn more about the Honors College curriculum.
- Honors College Scholars Celebration - May 18, 2013
- HC Summer 2013 Orientation
- Fall 2013 Course Registration Information
- Fall 2013 Housing Information for Current HC Students
- Fall 2013 Peer Leadership Program
- Honors College Newsletters
- Honors College Thesis Handbook
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