Honors Events Learning Outcomes

Pillars of Honors: Learning Outcome

Challenging Academics Personalized Environment Honors Community Engagement Beyond the Classroom
-Further develop their academic interest both in and out of the classroom

-Increased understanding of various identities, cultural expressions and ways of being

-Learn about an idea or concept from an expert in the field

-Promote exploration, innovation, and creativity

 

-Establishing a personal connection with faculty or staff members who are part of the university community

-Apply more methods for maintaining and improving their personal health and wellness (stress management, exercise, sleep schedule, healthy diet, mental health, healthy relationships, etc.)

 

-Feel more comfortable and confident interacting with Honors faculty and staff

-Seeking support from peers, mentors, RAs, Honors Program staff and other campus resources

-Students feel a part of the broader Honors Community and have a support network of Honors students, faculty and staff

 

-Gain an exposure to raise their awareness of, or develop significant insight to a new topic or idea

-Gain skills and knowledge that will contribute to his or her professional development (internship opportunities, networking, interviews, career development)

-Articulate an awareness of social justice issues and better understand their role of self in relation to society, and be more aware of notions of privilege, access to resources, sameness and difference