February 23, 2022
Nominations open for 2022 University Honors Program awards
Nominations are open for all University Honors Program awards and are due by March 8. There are three award categories:
The University Honors Program Teaching and Mentoring Award acknowledges the role that instructors and mentors play in supporting program students. Faculty and staff are critical to the program's mission: they teach honors classes, support students' academic growth, mentor honors capstone projects and experiences, advise students, and help students prepare for careers after college. Any faculty or staff member — any rank — who works in a mentoring or teaching capacity with University Honors Program students is eligible to apply. Please consider nominating yourself or a colleague for this award. Complete this nomination form.
Outstanding Freshman Award: This award will honor a current freshman — defined as first-year, non-transfer student, regardless of the number of credit hours earned — in the University Honors Program who has demonstrated academic excellence and involvement in the honors community. The winner will receive a $500 scholarship. Minimum qualifications for this award are current 3.5 K-State GPA and successful completion of, or current enrollment in, UHP 189. Please complete this nomination form.
Outstanding Student Award: This award will honor current students — non-freshman — in the University Honors Program who has demonstrated academic excellence and involvement in the honors community. The winners will receive a $500 scholarship. Minimum qualifications for this award are current 3.5 K-State GPA; Successful completion of, or current enrollment in, UHP 189; and additional involvement in the UHP — this can include participation in honors events, involvement in the Honors House, completion of, or current enrollment in, Honors courses, or completion, or current work on, a co-curricular experience. Please complete this nomination form.
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