Honors students travel to Rome, Italy every summer for a month of cultural and linguistic immersion directed by university faculty and Honors staff.
In recognition of its graduating seniors, the Honors Program entertained them and their parents at a wine and cheese reception.
First-Year and upper-class students presented their advanced coursework and research at the Curry Student Center, April 9, 2013, followed by a dinner recognizing graduating seniors.
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.”
Every term, the Honors Programs welcomes its students back to Northeastern with a fun evening of Trivia, board games, and chicken wings. This January 24th, nine trivia teams battled it out to claim First Prize!
The Honors Program held a community-building retreat for the Honors Ambassadors on January 12, 2013. Tricia Williamson of Undergraduate Admissions presented on effective time management and communications skills, which was followed by team-building exercises, a trip to a local laser tag arena, and dinner.
In the last few months of my co-op, I began to think about what I would do with the next two months left before I began classes again. In my four year, two co-op curriculum, having the summer off is a rarity that I wanted to be sure to make the most of. I also… Read more »