Every first-year Honors College student takes the Honors College Forum, a truly interdisciplinary common mission course focused on tackling global issues through social innovation while teaching students how to move their ideas forward. Students engage in critical discussions through plenary sessions with distinguished guest speakers and small workshop sections. The sections are organized around interdisciplinary project-based teams, each working for an entire semester to develop and present a detailed plan for a change-making product, service, or initiative. The Forum teaches students how to use their knowledge and interests to make global change with social purpose, celebrating the vital contributions made from all disciplines. Students are required to take the Honors College Forum in their first year in either their first or second semester.
Teams committed to implementing their projects may be considered for a more advanced Honors College Innovation Lab, where they receive support and resources toward the development, refinement, and launching of their enterprise.
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