Marquette’s University Honors Program is designed for intellectually curious, academically engaged students who want to learn in a close-knit community of their peers at the heart of a vibrant research university. Its broadly based, interdisciplinary curriculum addresses our most pressing contemporary challenges with cutting-edge knowledge and research and the wisdom of centuries of Jesuit values and pedagogy. The University Honors Program offers an intense, individualized and experiential education by which students learn to become leaders — at Marquette and in their careers.
Congratulations to the newly elected 2018-2019 Honors Program Student Advisory Board
Congratulations to Honors Award Winners
Emerging Leaders: Sofia Driscoll and Gabby Lorance for their contribution of service and leadership.
Magis Award Winners Jane Lorenzi and Brian Martindale for exemplifying Marquette's mission.
A&S Undergraduate Scholar Award: Emily Davis for her research with Amyloidosis Transthyretin. Emily was also a recipient of a 2017 Honors Undergraduate Research Fellowship.
Outstanding Sociology Senior 2018: Lauren McDuffie.
Honors Research Fellowships
We are delighted to announce the recipients of the summer 2018 Honors Undergraduate Research Fellowships. Award Recipients.
Study Abroad Scholarships Awarded
Congratulations to Lindsey Clark (South Africa Service Learning), Theresa Welebob (Community Nursing in Peru), and Kelsie Lamb (Education in the Americas, in Peru), who have each won an Honors Study-abroad Scholarship for 2018! Anusha Das (Encuentro Dominicano) is first alternate.
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