Honors Travel Abroad program aims for Iceland
All are rising sophomores who have completed 30 credits, earned good enough grades to be honors students in good standing and will pay nothing for their nearly two-week-long adventure. Students will visit museums and art exhibits, tour the Nordic country by land and sea, taste their foods, see Reykjavik University and get a chance to visit Iceland's parliament.
More than 200 students present at 'Thinking Matters' 2017
Topics ranged from life in refugee camps and the opioid epidemic to cryptography, hydroelectricity and the use of emoji and other nonverbal forms of communication.
Thank you to the Dara Jeanne Kaufman Fund!
Honors Abroad receives gift to support student travel.
Replay: 'The USM Update' 5/1/2017
On the season finale of "The USM Update," learn why "Thinking Matters" at USM, hear about journalism across the generations with alumnus Neil Genzlinger '77 of "The New York Times" and Krysteana Scribner, editor-in-chief of the USM Free Press, and get an update on the master plan process for all three campuses.
USM students present “Thinking Matters” research projects on Friday, April 28
Topics range from life in refugee camps and the opioid epidemic to cryptography, hydroelectricity and the use of emoji and other nonverbal forms of communication.
USM signs agreement to expand relationship with Iceland’s Reykjavik University
USM President Glenn Cummings and Ari Kristinn Jónsson, the president of Iceland's Reykjavik University, have signed an agreement aimed at expanding the relationship between the two schools and providing more opportunities for student and faculty exchanges.
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USM debuts free mobile app
Congratulations to the FOUR Honors Students who have won the UROP fellowships for 2016-17!
Congratulations to the FOUR Honors Students who have won the UROP fellowships for 2016-17. The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) at USM is a scholarly fellowship that brings together diverse areas of undergraduate student research and creative activities. It is a program for student-faculty collaboration with tremendous mutual intellectual and professional development benefits.
Honors Program Heads to Iceland!
A generous gift from A. Carolla Hagland and a large grant from MEIF will work together to fund Honors Program trips to Iceland.