Honors NewsPage address: https://www.mnsu.edu/honors/news.html
Honors Program students and faculty routinely represent the campus, community, and state in their roles as leaders, researchers, and global citizens. As individuals and as members of the honors community, students and faculty make regular contributions to our society by combining their unique talents, interests, and gifts with the skills, knowledge, expertise, mentorship, and support they receive from Minnesota State Mankato.
2017 Upper Midwest Regional Honors Conference
Eryn Zuiker (Biology, ’19) was selected as the 2016 recipient of Meredith Scholarship
This opportunity cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh, through partnering with nonprofits for a year of service and leadership.
Honors Student Volunteers are needed to play staffer roles for a poverty simulation on Friday, Dec 2nd.
Tutor ESL Students
Upcoming Research Opportunities
Volunteer at the Mankato Family YMCA
Immerse yourself in community leadership and engagement this summer in Washington, DC!
Here are some leadership conference opportunities
Students will travel to France over spring break to study history, art and culture.
This spring break you could find yourself in Florence & Venice, Italy! Find out more information
CHINA Town Hall is a national day of programming on China involving 70+ cities throughout the United States.
Olivia Robinson awarded the Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship
Mikyla Denney will represent state of Minnesota
Rasheed Al-Amari is recipient of scholarship as part of the Gladys B. Olsen International Student Endowment
Alex Salazar (Biology, ‘18) was recently awarded an internship at Dartmouth College
Honors Program Receives the Excellence in Curriculum Programming Award
Austin Rau receives honors from GTU
Honors newsletter awarded first place out of 19 print submissions
Dr. Corley (History) and Dr. Kerr-Berry (Theatre and Dance) will be offering a study abroad course to Paris
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) on campus is seeking second-semester sophomore or early junior students to work in their Students Consulting on Teaching (SCOT) program.
Applications are now being accepted for the upcoming SIRP strand of the NCHC Conference.
The UReCA is seeking submissions from undergraduate honors students.
Sophomore Makenzie Petzel was awarded a Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant