Honors Javon Nathaniel has been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad this Fall 2019 semester in Japan.
Honors Sarah Epplin ’17 has completed her Master of Arts in Classical Languages at the University of Georgia (UGA) and is beginning a doctoral program in classics with full funding at Cornell University this Fall semester. Epplin shared that she, “decided to pursue my Ph.D.
Chancellor Sheri Everts shares in her Thursday, July 25 report, Recognizing Outstanding Scholars: Elevating the future of the Appalachian Community.
Ten incoming first year Honors students have been awarded Chancellor's Scholarships, the university's oldest and most distinguished full scholarship.
Emma Lassiter named Teacher of the Year finalist
Jul 15, 2019
Honors Emma Lassiter ’19 has been named a finalist for the Reich College of Education 2018-19 Teacher of the Year. Lassiter was a 2015-2019 Chancellor’s Scholar from Apex, NC, who completed her Bachelor of Music in choral music education (K-12).
Honors rising junior Paige Skinner spent this past Spring semester in London studying at the University of Roehampton.
This summer Honors senior and Chancellor’s Scholar Elizabeth Williams joined the faculty-led study abroad program, History Landscape, and National Identity of Scotland. Williams is
Elliot Adler Shares Lessons from Abroad
Jul 10, 2019
Honors Elliot Adler studied abroad this past Spring semester 9,882 miles away from Boone in Melbourne, Australia. Adler is a rising junior and exercise science major. While in Melbourne, Adler took twelve semester hours of coursework, one half of which counts into his Honors requirements.