Honors Faculty Fellowship
Honors Faculty Fellows are selected to teach Honors Seminars. As an Honors Faculty Fellow, you'll have the opportunity to teach students from a variety of disciplines in a small seminar setting. You can try out new material, spruce up an existing course or repeat a popular seminar. Course enrichment funds are available, though limited. Honors Faculty Fellows will be featured on the University Honors Program website and join a community of like-minded educators eager to incubate engaging and innovative curricular ideas
Faculty from all disciplines are invited to apply, in consultation with their chair or unit director. While you're free to suggest any topic for your seminar, you may choose to align with our 2022-23 theme, "justice/equity"
View the 2022-23 call for proposals.
- Honors application for general education (DOCX)
- Honors application for human diversity and/or writing infused (DOCX)
- Current honors seminars
Honors Seminars Sample Syllabi
- Stephen Vilaseca, Ph.D., World Languages and Cultures
- Brian Sandberg, Ph.D., Department of History
- John Murphy, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology and Argonne National Laboratory
- Dean Paul Kassel, College of Visual and Performing Arts
- Hayley Mayall, Ph.D., Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment
- Kheang Un, Ph.D., Department of Political Science
- Alicia Schatteman, Ph.D., Center for Nonprofit and NGO Studies
- The Physics Team: Yasuo Ito, Ph.D., Laurence B, Lurio, Ph.D., Michael T. Eads, Ph.D.
- Beverly Henry, Ph.D., R.D., L.D.N., School of Interdisciplinary Health Professions
- Natalie Joy, Ph.D., Department of History
- Dana Bardolph, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology
- James Cohen, Ph.D., Department of Curriculum and Instruction
- Melanie Koss, Ph.D., Department of Curriculum and Instruction
- Amanda Littauer, Ph.D., Department of History/Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality
- Susan Caplan, Ph.D., College of Health and Human Sciences