- Honors Student Advisory Council
- The Honors Planning Board
- Honors Mosaic
- Honors Winter Session Study Abroad: read about the 2018 adventure here!
- Other Opportunities
The Honors Planning Board (HPB) serves to offer programming that reaches all Honors students, including upperclassmen and those who live off-campus. HPB offers additional leadership positions within the Honors Program and enables students to have great influence in co-curricular programming and planning decisions.
HPB seeks to engage students through a variety of programs including field trips, outdoor adventures, professional development workshops, faculty dinners, and current event discussions.
To get involved, start by emailing Sarah Dobe-Hund, the Co-Curricular Coordinator, at email@example.com
All Honors students are welcome to participate in HPB, but there are also some leadership positions that you can apply for. An application is available here. Read the UDHP Update emails every week to find out what events are coming up!
We are Mosaic, a new student-administration collaboration dedicated to promoting multidimensional diversity within the Honors Program. We are a group of students who recognize the importance of including all aspects of diversity, such as culture, faith, and gender identity/sexual orientation within the Honors community. We have a video we’d would like to share with you.
First Year Fellows
These first-year Honors students work with the Munson Fellows to develop community in the Redding residence hall. They assist with advertisement and plan programs for other first year residents that can be in the lounges, on campus, or in surrounding communities. First Year Fellows are volunteers who are expected to plan several programs over the course of the year and attend regular planning meetings. They are recruited in early Fall via interest meetings in the Redding lounge. The application and selection process occurs in October, and Fellows serve through the end of the Spring semester. Call the Honors Program Office (831-1195) for exact dates and more information.
The Dean’s Scholar Program serves the needs of students whose clearly defined educational goals cannot be effectively achieved by pursuing the standard curricula for existing majors, minors, and interdepartmental majors sponsored by the University. Driven by an overarching passion or curiosity that transcends typical disciplinary bounds and curricula, a Dean’s Scholar’s intellectual interests may lead to broad interdisciplinary explorations of an issue or to more intense, in-depth studies in a single field at a level akin to graduate work.
Working with a team of faculty advisors, Dean’s Scholars design an individualized program to meet their educational goals and are offered some flexibility in meeting degree requirements. The program is available in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Sciences, The Lerner College Business and Economics, Health Sciences, and Education and Public Policy. Dean’s Scholars in Arts and Sciences and in Agriculture and Natural Resources may qualify for Honors Degrees.
Information and the application procedures for the Dean’s Scholars Program may be found on the Dean’s Scholars web site.
This is a unique early admissions dual track premedical/pre-dental eight-year academic program sponsored by the University of Delaware in consort with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and the Kornberg School of Dentistry at Temple University. It is designed for those unique students who are certain that they want to become physicians or dentists and who desire a program of academic study blending the scientific and cultural aspects of the various medical professions.
This program in medicine or dentistry is accomplished by providing highly qualified students with a balanced education in liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies. The commonly shared curriculum in preparation for these two professions not only includes the traditional courses in the life/physical sciences but also the opportunity to specialize in one of three areas related to medicine or dentistry dealing with bioethics, administration and public policy, or translational research. Small group discussions, problem-based instruction, and discipline specific practicum experiences in clinical/institutional settings all experienced with strong mentoring are special aspects of the program.
For more information about the program, contact the faculty coordinator at (302) 831-4949 or consult the Medical/Dental Scholars web site.
Undergraduate Research Program
This program provides exceptionally capable and highly motivated undergraduates, while they are still beginners, to participate in what is happening on the frontiers of knowledge today by serving as assistants or junior members of research teams. Through hands-on experience, students learn to formulate significant questions, develop investigative procedures, gather and examine evidence, follow hunches, detect loopholes, and evaluate and report results.
The University of Delaware offers students in any college a variety of opportunities to participate in one or more study-abroad programs in the fall and spring semesters and during the winter and summer sessions. In non-English-speaking countries the language of instruction varies, depending on the program selected; some are offered in English, some in the language of the host country. Some programs are coordinated by a University faculty member who accompanies the students abroad and teaches in the program. The Institute for Global Studies provides overall coordination. All study-abroad courses carry University of Delaware credit and Honors credit can sometimes be arranged.
For information on participation requirements, costs and financial assistance, visit the Institute for Global Studies in Clayton Hall, call (302) 831-4004, or send an e-mail to Study Abroad at firstname.lastname@example.org.