Curiosity. Knowledge. Purpose.
To help build community across our class years in a meaningful way, the Honors College has launched six virtual Changemaking Communities to engage students in shared experiences directly connected to our mission. Among the community choices are Community-Based Scholars: Service in Academia, Exploring Interdisciplinary & Global Perspectives, Active Allyship for Social & Racial Justice, Career with Purpose: Living & Working Meaningfully, and others. HC students must sign up by August 1.
This spring, our students once again demonstrated Curiosity, Knowledge, and Purpose as they collaborated in small interdisciplinary teams to create sustainable business and service concepts to address specific local challenges in communities near and far. Congratulations to all of the teams who presented before a panel of judges from business and academia and to our winners from this spring’s Forum Competition!
Each year, the Honors College recognizes students who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to service—an integral part of our mission. Please join us in congratulating and thanking this year’s outstanding Changemaker Award recipients, who have served in their communities in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and beyond—Assata Davis (L) and Wamia Siddiqui.