Congrats to Lee Ellis Moore, a junior, who set a new school record last Saturday! Way to go Lee Ellis!
Freshmen need to click this link and log in to our 2009/10 survey. To log in type honorsyourusername and your regular password. Enjoy!
The SMBHC is happy to announce that 14 students received Honors Fellowships to study abroad or intern this summer. For a list of recipients and their summer plans, click here.
The Honors College will hold its Commissioning Ceremony Friday, May 7, at 4:00 pm in the Ford Center. We will be honoring our largest graduating class to date! Seniors, remember to be at the Ford Center by 3:30 with your graduation gown. Thesis advisors, please arrive by 3:45 and proceed backstage to be seated. We […]
The University of Mississippi will be broadcasting the NYC World Science Festival via satellite to Fulton Chapel on Sunday, June 6 at 5:00 pm. Attendees will witness the world premiere of the theatrical production “Icarus at the Edge of Time”, a futuristic re-imagining of the Icarus fable in which a boy learns a valuable lesson […]
SMBHC welcomes Tom Brokaw, our Barksdale fellow for April 20-23! Mr. Brokaw will co-teach a class with Professor Wilkie, Journalism, hold office hours, and speak to the community at Fulton chapel, Thursday, April 22, at 7:30 pm. See the UM press release for more information.
The Honors College received another record number of applications. Each year has seen a new record, but this year we jumped over 50% to 730 applications. The admissions committee is diligently reviewing all the applications received by the deadline and will have notifications out by the end of February.
Congratulations to the sixteen teams of freshmen who qualified for this year’s Freshmen Ventures. These teams will travel to designated cities and interview someone with the question, “What do we owe future generations?” Click here for the map of where the freshmen will be traveling. To read more about each team, click a star!
Two of the most intriguing figures in recent American history—Tom Brokaw and Rhesa Barksdale—will share their insights and reflections with students at the University of Mississippi next spring as visiting lecturers. Brokaw is slated to be on campus for a week next spring, and Barksdale is committed to two weeks of lectures. Read the full […]
The renowned Elie Wiesel presented our Spring SMBHC lecture on Monday evening, 7:30 p.m., at the Gertrude Ford Center for the Performing Arts to a packed house. Click here for the UM news story: http://news.olemiss.edu/index.php?/201002094875/eliewiesel.html. Professor Wiesel enjoyed a dinner with SMB Honors students prior to his speech.