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May 13, 2003
Honors College Graduates Share Their Plans We did an informal survey of May graduates who had entered IU as Honors College students about their current plans and got some interesting replies. Read what more than fifty recent grads had to say.
May 7, 2003
IUB Student Garners Beinecke. Jessica M. Sisk, a senior at Indiana University Bloomington, is one of 22 college students nationwide who have been selected to receive the Beinecke Scholarship by the Sperry Fund of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
April 30, 2003
Honors College International Experiences Program Takes Name of its Founder.
In a late afternoon ceremony at the residence of IUB Chancellor Sharon Brehm on April 28, the Honors College International Experiences Program officially became the Edward L. Hutton International Experiences Program.
March 8, 2003
PALMER-BRANDON PRIZE 2003 COMPETITION: TWO WINNERS WILL EACH RECEIVE $20,000. Deadline: 5pm, April 4, 2003. The College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) announces the Palmer Brandon-Prize competition for students majoring in the humanities. COAS will make two awards of at least $20,000 each. These prizes will be paid directly to the winners; however recipients may elect to have the prize money applied directly to tuition costs. The Palmer-Brandon Prizes are possible thanks to a gift made to the IU College of Arts and Sciences in the 1980s.
February 28, 2003
Thirty-one Students Garner Honors College Thesis Awards. Since Spring Semester 2000, the Honors College has sponsored a competition for awards to support students in the senior year, who are engaged in the writing of an Honors Thesis. Through this initiative, the Honors College hopes to encourage students to complete their honors degrees. This spring the 31 students who received awards represent twenty-one different disciplines.
February 18, 2003
Honors Residential Community College Bowl Team Advances to Regionals
December 11, 2002
Wells Scholar and Honors College Student Selected as Rhodes Scholar. Kathleen Tran, a senior majoring in music, biochemistry and biology at Indiana University Bloomington, was named Saturday (Dec. 7) as one of 32 American students to receive Rhodes Scholarships. Tran, who began taking classes at IUB at age 11, is the 14th IU student to receive the prestigious award. IU and the University of Minnesota are the Big Ten institutions with winning students in this year's Rhodes Scholarship competition.
December 5, 2002
LABYRINTH Reading Great Success. Submission Deadline Fast Approaches
LABYRINTH, the Honors College Undergraduate Literary Magazine, sponsored a highly successful reading late last month where editors announced the final deadline for submissions to the 2003 issue.
August 1, 2002
Honors College Gets New Dean Rudy Professor of Philosophy Karen Hanson is now Dean of the Honors College. ..."Karen is a great choice for the HC dean," says Professor of Philosophy Paul Eisenberg. "She is both a fine scholar and a superb teacher, with wide-ranging interests..."

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