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Honors Program

The University Honors Program, or the UHP, encourages students to grow in the intellectual craft of scholarship. Through cultural and performing arts events, skill-development workshops, travel opportunities and challenging course work, UHP students develop intellectual curiosity about the world, its wonders and its complexity. The UHP challenges students to reach their full potential as scholarly, competent and fulfilled leaders.

For more information

Inquire in the Honors Program office in 215 Fairchild Hall, the Center for Student and Professional Services in Bluemont Hall Room 13, or contact Kelly Briggs, College of Education Coordinator, University Honors Program, kbriggs10@k-state.edu or 785-532-5524.


First Annual University Honors Program Reception – April 12, 2015

Amanda Braun with her honors project

Amanda Braun presented her honors research project titled: Variation in Phlox condensata: Exploring cyctotypic patterns relative to morphology and geography. Her faculty advisor is Dr. Carolyn J. Ferguson.

College of Education Honors students Dan Zhang, Tiffani Lawrence, Amanda Braun, and Sara Marek

College of Education students in attendance were: (left to right) Dan Zhang, Tiffani Lawrence, Amanda Braun, and Sara Marek