Setting students up for success
Honors College student Nicholas Gilliam ’17 reflects on his Appalachian Experience
Mar 9, 2018
By Linda Coutant
Posted Feb. 23, 2018 at 11:54 a.m.
Dr. Ken Shull Fondly Remembered in Honors
Mar 9, 2018
Dr. Julian Kenneth Shull, Jr. (Ken) age 76, Associate Coordinator of the Heltzer Honors Program (2004-2006), passed away peacefully at home Monday evening, March 5. Dr. Shull was a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biology at Appalachian State.
Honors Student Athletes Honored
Feb 23, 2018
Congratulations to our Honors student athletes! They manage hectic lives, heavy responsibility, maintain high GPAs, and take additional Honors requirements. Here is the list of current Honors students with their athletic positions and majors:
New Publications from Faculty Teaching in Honors
Feb 22, 2018
Two scholarly books have just been published by Appalachian State faculty who are teaching in the Honors College this semester!
Honors Senior Samantha (Sam) Steyl from Charlotte, North Carolina, has been awarded the first George Williams Garrett Memorial Scholarship.
Matthew Streets, a sophomore Honors College student and history major delivered an address on: The Myth of the Southern Gentleman at the Annual International Southern Studies Conference on February 9, 2018 at Auburn University.
Honors senior Zachery Cook spent this past summer in Athens, Greece.
If you want to know what good things can come from paying attention to the Honors College web announcements and reading the Honors Wednesday Memo, ask Honors sophomore Maggie Watts. Maggie came to Honors College as a current Appalachian State University first year student in January of 2017.
Leah Wingenroth Studies in London
Feb 6, 2018
Honors junior Leah Wingenroth spent this past Fall semester in London, England, studying at the University of Roehampton. Much like Appalachian State, Roehampton is a green campus whose mission is one of sustainability.