Honors College students in the news
Drink your vegetables!
UA study on school lunch waste presented at national conference reveals that elementary school students would choose vegetable-fruit juice over vegetables two-thirds of the time.
UA receives national recognition for community engagement
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has awarded its 2015 Community Engagement Classification to 240 U.S. colleges and universities, including UA. Each year, hundreds of students, like Johnny Hojnacki, at left, give of their time to help community organizations.
Soccer pro honed skills in class and on the pitch at UA
Meet Kofi Sarkodie. He was a part of the 2010 soccer team that won UA's first national team title. While he plays for the Houston Dynamo, he's working to finish his biology degree. And he's grateful for his Akron Experience.
Stephanie Rymer: She’ll be head of the class
This second generation UA grad is fulfilling a nearly life-long dream to become a teacher. She will speak on behalf of the Fall Class of 2014 at the 2 p.m. commencement ceremony on Dec. 13.
Internships helped UA grad define career goals
Meet Sarah Antonucci. Just two years into her law career, she’s realizing her goal to make a difference in the lives of others. And she's grateful for her Akron Experience.
Bottom line? It’s UA financial planners for the win
How do you win a national competition your first time out? Teamwork and lots of preparation says the winning trio that took top honors in the Financial Planning Association Challenge 2014.
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The 2012 Swagelok Scholars Reception
2012 Honors College Welcome Reception
The Honors College Welcome Reception was held Wednesday, April 11, in the InfoCision Stadium. Over 60 newly-accepted Honors College students attended the events.
Speakers included Dr. Mugler, Dean of the Honors College, Dr. Mike Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost, COO (Pictured Above), Mr. Keith Dambrot, Head Men's Basketball Coach, Mr. Dan Dahl, Executive Director of E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, Ms. Valerie Bloodsworth, Associate Director for Residence Life and Housing, along with several current Honors College students and alumni.