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Honors College faculty members provide students with an interdiscplinary academic experience through culitvating inclusive and supportive scholarly environments in and outside of the classroom. Honors faculty challenge students to think ethically, creatively and collaboratively to promote discovery.
To assist Honors faculty in support of this mission, please find a varied list of faculty resources below as well our our college student learning outcomes.
HONORS COLLEGE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Interdisciplinary perspectives: Students will demonstrate Interdisciplinary perspectives by comparing, contrasting, and interpreting the relationships between multiple disciplines.
Applied knowledge: Students will apply knowledge and skills, both collaboratively and individually, by utilizing experiential learning.
Communication skills: Students will demonstrate effective communication skills using a multitude of platforms for a variety of audiences.
Global perspectives: Students will cultivate an understanding of diversity and the importance of global cultural competence (students will fulfill this learning outcome by taking Global Perspectives (formerly Nonwestern) Honors upper division courses. For more information, see the Honors College Global Perspectives learning outcomes).
Research or creative competency: Students will undertake a coherent research or creative project to contribute to the creation of new knowledge.
Critical thinking: Students will employ critical thinking to work towards solving problems of the future.
Honors College Deadlines and Reminders for AY 23-24 will be announced soon!
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