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The Honors College

The University of Vermont Honors College offers talented and committed students the intellectual opportunity of a lifetime.

A residential college enrolling some of the most capable students from the full spectrum of academic programs at the University of Vermont, the Honors College provides students a rigorous, multi-disciplinary academic challenge that complements and enriches the entire undergraduate experience.

Top Honors College News

April 21, 2016

Sophomore Wins Prestigious Boren Award

Tilden Remerleitch, a sophomore geography major and Chinese minor, has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship. The David L. Boren Scholarship is a nationally competitive award that provides up to $20,000 for students to study a critical foreign language in a nontraditional country important to U.S. national security.



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April 21, 2016

UVM Alumni Association Selects Bob Pepperman Taylor for 2016 Kidder Award

Bob Pepperman Taylor, professor in the Department of Political Science and founding dean of the Honors College at the University of Vermont, has been named winner of the 2016 George V. Kidder Outstanding Faculty Award by the UVM Alumni Association.

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Senior Sammie Ibrahim, junior Cecila Baker and sophomore Tilden Remerleitch

April 20, 2016

Three UVM Students Awarded Critical Language Scholarships

Three UVM students — senior Sammie Ibrahim, junior Cecilia Baker and sophomore Tilden Remerleitch — are among the winners of the 2016 Critical Language Scholarships, the competitive U.S. State Department awards that fully fund students’ participation in intensive language instruction for seven to 10 weeks overseas.

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