Congratulations to Stephanie Poiroux (SMBHC 19), whose presentation “Altruism v. the Bystander Effect: How Doing Nothing Promotes Prejudice and Negative Behavior” has been accepted to the symposium Bystanders and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, which is co-organized by the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum […]
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Katie Ford, founder of the anti-human trafficking foundation Freedom for All and the legendary former CEO of Ford Models, will be our guest speaker at our SMBHC Spring Convocation on Tuesday, February 20th, 7 pm, at the Ford Center. Shandra Woworuntu, a survivor of human trafficking and now an international leader in the fight against human trafficking around the […]
Congratulations to two FV teams for winning trips to NYC and tickets to a show! Connor Jones, Lilly Herring, Katherine Dames, Melissa Sang, and Nick Weaver traveled to Philadelphia, PA, and Ainsley Ash, Youssef Osman, Jeanne Torp, Trevor Davis, and Flint Christian journeyed to Austin, TX. Both teams explored this year’s FV question: How do […]
Thanks to the Honors Senate for organizing the successful Third Annual Honors College Formal aka #hocofo! Please follow us on Facebook or Instagram for a slideshow of over 175 pictures from the event, which took place at The Lyric on February 3, 2018.
Kelly Bates, Nathan Lancaster, Madison McCall, Noah McKone, and Ariel Williams recently traveled to Connecticut and New York to ask this year’s Freshman Ventures question: How do we know what is true? Jacob Noll, Anshul Anugu, Courtney Hahs, and Casey Webb answered the FV question by traveling to Miami, Florida. Read more about their journeys, […]
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has proclaimed April 9, 2018, as “Bruce Levingston Day.” Please read more about this honor given to the Chancellor’s Honors College Artist-in-Residence and holder of the Lester Glenn Fant Chair.
SMBHC students Tyler Yarbrough, Madison, Thornton, Kayla Grace Lovitt, Dawson Buettner, Amelia Grace DeWitt, Josh Dolsen, and Will Sistrunk traveled with their Phil 328: Biomedical Ethics professor, Neil Manson, to Washington, D.C. during wintersession. Here they stand in the National Women’s Law Center, where they interviewed Gretchen Borchelt, Vice President for Reproductive Rights and Health.
A reminder to prospective Fall 2018 freshmen that the deadline to apply to the SMBHC is January 5th at 11:59 pm CST. The application for the Honors College is part of the Special Programs and Scholarship Application. If you want to work on the essays before completing the application, visit here to see our essay […]
The Chancellor’s Honors College Artist-in-Residence and holder of the Lester Glenn Fant Chair, Bruce Levingston played a New Year’s concert in Chile with the Ensemble Teatro del Lago. View exquisite pictures of the event by visiting our Facebook page.
Ten members of the 2017 freshman class at the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College have been named Stamps Scholarship recipients. Read the full story here. Congratulations to Kennedy Cohn, Madeline Cook, Victoria “Tori” Gallegos, Harrison McKinnis, J.R. Riojas, Eleanor Schmid, Matthew Travers, Chinwe Udemgba, Robert Wasson, and Tyler Yarbrough.