I am grateful for this opportunity to improve my leadership skills, and I’m definitely glad I applied.
Where the Institute excels is in making students harness their already present skills and turning those skills into effective tools that one can lead with.
In recognition of its graduating seniors, the Honors Program entertained them and their parents at a wine and cheese reception.
Honors Ambassadors attend this year’s annual retreat, featuring a Myers-Briggs workshop and trip to Sky Zone™!
First-Year students participate in the Honors Program’s Spring 2014 “IMPROV’ing Your Leadership” under the direction of the Improv Boston™!
Honors students cruised along the Boston Harbor with good food, good music, and the best of friends!
Upper-class Honors students learned what makes a leader at the 2013 Honors Leadership Institute, October 4-5, at the Warren Conference Center.
On March 12, 2013, Professor Lori Lefkovitz shared her research over pizza with students in a presentation entitled, “The Genesis of Transgression: Biblical Confusions about Sex, Sin, and Identity.”
On February 2, the co-founders of Boston’s Improv Asylum worked with our first-year students to develop their leadership and communication skills using acting and improvisation exercises.
Honors students enjoy food and conversation with Honors faculty during our Pizza & Profs events. On January 29, Professor Rifat Sipahi shared his research with students in a presentation entitled, “Research for Devices That Diminish Effects of Hand Tremor in Daily Tasks.”