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University of Wyoming Honors College

The Honors College is 100% about the students — a truly exceptional group of people who make a difference at UW and in the world. Honors scholars are intellectually curious students from all majors who are creative, inspired by diverse ideas, and seek a greater understanding of their place in society.

Combine excellent students with superb faculty in small classes and the result is an invigorating and highly effective learning environment. Honors faculty talk with students, not at them. Honors students thrive in this stimulating environment, develop lasting friendships, and succeed in their academic and professional pursuits.

Prospective Students

 

 

 

 

 

WHY JOIN HONORS?

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Applicants must meet at least one of the following criteria:

• A composite ACT score of 28

• A combined verbal and quantitative SAT score of 1310

• A high school GPA of 3.7

 

 

 

 

 

CURRENT UW OR TRANSFER STUDENTS

• Students currently enrolled at UW or external transfers must have an overall college GPA of 3.25  

 

 

Honors in the News

Courtney Kudera

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My name is Courtney Kudera and I am a senior in the honors program. For the fall semester I am abroad in India! Life here is entirely different from life in Laramie, and weather is only the beginning. Festivals, temples, color, flowers, and gardens are everywhere in the city. With delicious food and a rich culture, India is as entirely different from life in the U. S.  Study abroad is one of the best ways to learn everyday, inside and outside the classroom! 

Kristina Zaharas

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For the past year I have been conducting research in Dr. Jonathan Prather's laboratory, where we studied the circuits in the bird brain that are important to decision-making. Because technology present today lacks the ability to explore the human brain with sufficient resolution to understand the circuit and the cellular mechanisms that underlie the process, we rely on songbirds to act as a search image. Because the avian brain is so similar to that of a human brain, we can use our findings to better understand human decision-making as well.

 

 

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Faculty and Staff

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Dean
Guthrie House 206
307-766-4110 dcs@uwyo.edu

 

 

 

Click here to meet our Honors faculty.

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Associate Dean
Guthrie House 201
307-766-4110  parolin@uwyo.edu

 

 

 

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Senior Thesis Coordinator
Guthrie House 212
307-766-4110  jcassady@uwyo.edu

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Program Coordinator
Guthrie House 208
307-766-6828  ctolman2@uwyo.edu

 

 

 

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Office Associate
Guthrie House 104
307-766-4110  jlamb9@uwyo.edu

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Honors Advising Coordinator
Guthrie House 205
307-766-4110 astebner@uwyo.edu

 

 

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SOAR Coordinator
mkscott@uwyo.edu

 

 

Contact Us

The Honors College

Guthrie House
1200 Ivinson St.
Laramie, WY 82070
Phone: 307-766-4110
Fax: 307-766-4298

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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