2012-13 HHC News
HHC students Deanna Allbrittin and Sonia Phadke are May 2013 commencement speakers. IDS story.
HHC sponsors stress relief finger painting during dead week. See IDS
Matthew Auer received the Gordon Faculty Award at
Deans Award reception. The award
is named for Michael V. W. Gordon, dean of students from
1981 to 1991.
HHC student Catherine Krege appointed IU presdiential intern. Details.
Two HHC students chosen for Goldwater Scholarships. Story.
HHC student Rahaf Safi named Truman Scholar. See story here. See IDS story here.
HHC alum Tarlise Townsend '12 named Luce Scholar. Find out more here.
Cox Scholars Program Paves Path for Student Success. See inside IU Bloomington story
HHC Diversity in Action Program sponsors Extravaganza.
See IDS story.
HHC Autism Mentoring Program hosted a showing of the biographical film about the autism activist and animal agriculture expert Temple Grandin. Read IDS story
here about the film Temple Grandin and about the program.
IU named a 'best value' by Kiplinger's.See story.
Composer and HHC alum Elizabeth Ogonek receives an American Academy of Arts and Letters music award. See story here.
Feisal Istrabadi joins Council on Foreign Relations. See story here.
HHC Student Kent Griffith awarded Churchill Scholarship for graduate study. See story
Recent HHC graduate Mo Siddiq '12 among IU researchers who discover genetic links within cells.
See IDS story.
NYTimes columnist David Brooks praises Professor Aurelian Craiutu's book A Virtue for Courageous Minds in recent column.
Craiutu is a professor in the Department of Political Science and an adjunct professor in the American Studies Program.
He is also affiliated with the Russian and East European Institute, The WEST European Studies Institute, and the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis.
He has also recently taught a LAMP honors course and been involved in HHC extracurricular activities.
Honors Student Organization Fall Fest encourages friendships. See IDS story.
HHC Ranked Among Nation's Top Honors Programs
Major Gift to Hutton Honors College for Study Abroad. Story.