Posted: Oct 15, 2014
Congratulations to the student recipients and their faculty advisers!
Posted: Sep 25, 2014
LAH student selected from 10 finalists
Posted: Sep 25, 2014
LAH Events include showcase, reception and Reacting to the Past class.
See the events calendar for details and RSVP information.
Posted: Jul 29, 2014
Anne is a graduate student in the Cockrell School of Engineering. She credits her background in Humanites for receiving the Academy of Distinguished Alumni Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering. Anne completed her Humanities contract, "Building Blocks of Culture," in 2009 with senior thesis, "Politics as an Expression of Culture: Honor in Turkish International Relations."
Posted: May 15, 2014
Jennifer Yang and Sarah Strohl will intern summer 2014; Marlene Renz, Alina Tonu, and Jackie Wang will intern 2014-2015.
Interns will work closely with the HRC's professional staff writing for the publicity department, cataloging archives, or planning exhibits.
Posted: May 14, 2014
Carson White received first place for her essay on Homer's Odyssey entitled "Odysseus' Inner Conflict." Ethan Levinton was named runner-up for his essay comparing Aristotle's Ethics and the Book of Qohelet on the relationship of virtue and happiness.
Posted: May 1, 2014
Only four awards given out annually by the College of Liberal Arts to honor outstanding staff members.
Posted: Apr 18, 2014
Liberal Arts Honors and Humanities Advising Coordinator receives Outstanding Advising award, one of just twelve awards given out nationwide for 2014.
Posted: Mar 7, 2014
The prestigious award is given each year to 12 Liberal Arts graduating seniors.
Congratulations to Sarah Lusher and David Oh, who started with LAH as incoming first year students and Ana Laura Rivera, a Humanities honors major. Rebekah Rodriguez and Philip Tryon, who joined LAH as upper-division students, were also named Dean's Distinguished Graduates. We're also very proud of our four students who received Honorable Mention: Jamie Hill, Thad Kull, Philip Wiseman, and Ben Wollam.