Category Archives: Colloquiums & Seminars

Honors Students Revised NC Highway Marker

By Jessica Nottingham, coordinator for communications and marketing A class project led two Honors College students to changing the historical memory of a dark time in North Carolina’s history, according to professors Drs. Margaret Bauer and Karin Zipf. As part … Continue reading

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Honors Seminar: Breaking the Boundaries of Race

By Tricia Malcolm Let me be clear, I did not expect to learn as much as I had from my Honors Seminar, Breaking the Boundaries of Race. I have never personally noticed any racial injustices, but I suppose I wasn’t … Continue reading

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A Collaborative Classroom: Honors Seminar Studies Stigma

By: Dr. Daniel Goldberg, Honors College Faculty Fellow In the course of conducting some research, I formed a basic question. The problem is that I I simply had no satisfactory answer to this question. The subject of my research here … Continue reading

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The Global Classroom Experience

By: Tori Chapman, EC Scholar and Honors College Junior Last semester, I enrolled in my second Honors College seminar called Culture, Health and Healing. It was perfect for me as Nutrition Science and International Studies Global Health double major! The … Continue reading

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These Boots Were Made for Hiking: Appalachian Trail Seminar

By: Amanda Fisher, Honors College Sophomore (Imagine heavy piano music.) At 5:45 am, my alarm clock went off, and I thought I was going to murder someone. Why is my alarm clock going off at this terrible hour in the … Continue reading

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