See Course List for Spring 2016 Honors Course Offerings here.
See Course Descriptions for Spring 2016 Honors Course Offerings here.
Apply for the Junior Fellows Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for the 2016-2017 program year.
Junior Fellows have the opportunity to work at the Endowment in Washington, DC for the period of one year and provide research assistance to scholars working on Carnegie
Endowment's projects. Details.
Attention: Deadlines for for undergraduate research and competitive awards are coming up over the next few weeks.
Participate in the HHC sponsored 2016 Annual IUB Undergraduate Research Symposium
and Poster Fair on Saturday, April 2, 2016. Info here.
Abstract template here. Abstract samples
Keep up with the HHC online: Email, Website, Facebook, Twitter. Info Here.
U.S. News & World Report story features Hutton Honors College student. Read here.
The HHC Undergraduate Grant Program aids students in many different ways.
Our HIEP overseas grant program continues to help send students traveling. Stats.
Our other grants-Research, Internship, Creative Activities, Travel, etc.-have provided support for student endeavors for over forty years.
Learn about the Shirey Art Collection at the HHC.
Walking: A Fireside Chat with
Would you walk 15 miles to see a friend? Could you lead your life on foot—without
a bike, bus, or car? What would you gain from walking that you lose when you are on
wheels?Join enterprise and narrative journalist Ben Montgomery and your fellow
undergraduates for an afternoon Fireside Chat.
Undergraduate Lunch with
NPR's Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson
As an international correspondent for NPR, Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson has reported on the
Arab world, Egypt's new democracy and the inner workings of the everyday lives of
Afghanis. Nelson is currently based in Germany and her most recent stories for NPR have
focused on the migrant crisis in Europe and the November 13 attacks in Paris. Join your
fellow undergraduates for lunch and an informal conversation with Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson.
Ethics for Breakfast:
The Ethics of Volunteering
What are some of the unintended consequences of volunteering? What should the roles of
private citizens and the government be when it comes to caring for those on the margins
in society? Who is affected? Who should have a say? What do you say? Come for coffee
and a discussion of some of the ethical issues raised by volunteering led by Leslie
Lenkowsky, Professor of Practice in Public Affairs and Philanthropy.
Paint Out Your Stress!
Are you stressed about finals? That one last paper or presentation? You can relieve your
stress…by finger painting! Come Wednesday, Dec. 9, between 5 and 6 p.m. to the HHC
Great Room to paint out all your worries! Stay the whole time or come and go as you please.
No Sign-up Required.
If you have program ideas to suggest for the 2015-2016 school year,
please let us know by emailing Charlene Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Are you an HHC student who is interested in becoming an HHC
extracurricular programs volunteer? If yes, fill out
this form and return it to the HHC via email,
campus mail, or bring it to Charlene Brown in room 210H.
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