Tag: Idea Exchange

  • Finding H.O.P.E.: How Honors Helped Me

    By: Kimberly Ingold About the author: Kimberly Ingold is a third year Honors College student double-majoring in Psychological Science and Criminal Justice and minoring in Women’s and Gender Studies. About the organization:  H.O.P.E. Mentoring is an organization that pairs incarcerated juveniles with college mentors who support the student in an effort to reduce recidivism rates […]

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  • What to Read, Listen To, and Watch Right Now

    Isabel Parham is a junior English Studies major, Sociology minor, and Honors student.  I’ve recently found myself spending quite a bit of time at home, which means I’ve been able to catch up on the shows, podcasts, and books that I usually don’t have time for. This week, I wanted to share some of my […]

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  • Barthes and Time Traveling with Photography

    In this, the first of many Idea Exchange posts, we’ll share an interesting idea that someone is teaching or learning recently in an Honors College class. Here’s our first from Dr. Timothy Berg, Associate Teaching Professor of Honors Humanities. By Professor Tim Berg In my Honors 390 colloquium on photography, we explore the idea of […]

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