Category Archives: Advice/Tips

The Array of Opportunities with a Business Degree

By: Rachel Eker, junior in the Honors College I always knew I was going to be a business major. Both my parents were business majors and like any other kid, I wanted to be just like my parents. As I … Continue reading

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The Power of SAAS: Scholarly Activity Awards for Students

By SAAS Award Recipients The Honors College launched an initiative called Scholarly Activity Awards for Students (SAAS) a few years ago that funds approximately 12-14 awards each fiscal year. Below are some of the outcomes from the awards, which range … Continue reading

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What it means to be a Business Scholar

By Sarah Glave, junior Honors College student It is an amazing thing to look back and see how far you have come. When I first applied for the Honors College, during my junior year of high school, I noticed a … Continue reading

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Preparing for the MCAT

By Jacylin Ticatic, Honors College senior After three years of hearing about the dreaded four lettered test that pre-med students quiver at the sound of, it was my turn to take on the MCAT. After my first glance at my … Continue reading

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A Semester of Revelations: Experiencing Dutch Healthcare

By: Ankita Mishra, Honors College sophomore¬† The October of my freshman year, I began planning my study abroad experience. I researched the best options: the programs that would bring me the most credits, and a country that would best suit … Continue reading

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