Fall 2017 Essay Prompts - University Honors Program.
Living in Color’s vision is a community in which students of color have a space to feel welcomed and connected. The mission of Living in Color is to provide a community where students of color in the Honors Program can center their stories, receive support, and learn about resources.
Seminar topics focus on exciting and important questions that provide students with the opportunity to explore issues, gather and evaluate evidence, and develop their ideas through writing. By participating in a First-Year Seminar, students develop essential academic skills that they will use throughout their time at KU. Fall 2020 Seminars.
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To be considered for this program all you need to do is submit an essay on one of three topics, or you can submit the essay you wrote for KU’s Honors Program. The essay topics and application can be found on KU's undergraduate admissions website.
Jack Dicus Business Honors Program Mission. The Jack Dicus Business Honors Program (BHP) provides high-achieving, passionate and eager KU School of Business undergraduates with challenges and opportunities that will allow them to achieve their intellectual and professional goals.
Honors program advisers typically recommend that students explore their interests through the broad curriculum choices KU has to offer. A first-year, semester-long tutorial experience provides an introduction to an academic area of study in an informal setting that allows students to get to know one another and the instructor.
The JS honors coordinator will write to notify College Advising and Student Services that the JS Honors Program has been successfully completed. 6. If the candidate is earning a double major and is attempting to earn departmental honors in two different departments, one research project may be used to satisfy the requirements of both departments if the candidate obtains approval from both.