Connect with WWII History in France this Summer—Scholarships Available!

Connect with WWII History in France this Summer—Scholarships Available! The Honors College was recently contacted about an opportunity for college students to attend the Normandy Academy, an 11-day summer study abroad opportunity that allows students to learn about World War II through an up-close and immersive program in Normandy, France. The stewards of the John … Read more of Connect with WWII History in France this Summer—Scholarships Available!

Student Advocacy Day

Every April, the Rutgers Office of Federal Relations hosts an undergraduate student advocacy day on Capitol Hill. Applicants from across the university have the opportunity to spend one day in Washington, DC to advocate for federal investments in student aid with Members of Congress and their staff. This year’s trip will be on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. … Read more of Student Advocacy Day

Rutgers-Camden Honors Film Seminar Previews Black Panther

Rutgers-Camden Honors Film Seminar Previews Black Panther The trend of comic book movies will continue for some time. While fans and critics are enthusiastic about the genre, it often runs short on ideas in favor of continuing a franchise. Studios and filmmakers strive for original releases with the help of a fresh property. A good … Read more of Rutgers-Camden Honors Film Seminar Previews Black Panther

Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program (Open to Juniors)

RU a JUNIOR interested in American politics, policy and government? Apply NOW for Eagleton Undergraduate Associates program! Deadline October 23 Are you a JUNIOR interested in public policy, American politics and government? Apply NOW for the Class of 2019 Eagleton Institute of Politics Undergraduate Associates Program. This 1.5 year, interdisciplinary certificate program is open to … Read more of Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program (Open to Juniors)

“Be the Light” gallery opening features Aulona Scanzello

Honors College Senior Aulona Scanzello’s paintings are currently on display in “Be the Light”, a social justice-inspired art gallery in the Campus Center. The majority of her paintings were completed using only a palette knife, in the style of Modern Impressionist Leonid Afremov. Stop by the Campus Center in March to view Aulona’s work!   .