Jesup Scott Honors College

 "Honors in the News" - Archives


Philanthropy and Social Change Topic of JSHC Lecture
The MacArthur Foundation's Dr. Laurie Garduque will discuss the misuse and overuse of American prisons.
Laurie Garduque

Honors Making a Difference: Spring Break Trip to Guatemala
Ashley Diel recounts her service learning trip with other Honors students over Spring Break to Guatemala.

Syrian Refugee Outreach Topic of March 19th Lecture

UT Honors students will discuss their efforts to support the Toledo Syrian refugee community.

UT and White House Alumna Discusses American Policy

UT Honors alumna Shamila Chaudhary returns to deliver JSHC Distinguished Lecture to campus audience.
Shamila Chaudhary



Honors Dean Among Researchers Elected AAAS Fellows
Heidi Appel and two other UT researchers elected Fellows for American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Leading Native-American Singer-Songwriter Performs
Joanne Shenandoah, a composer and vocalist from the Iroquois Confederacy and Oneida Nation, visited UT to perform a free, public concert co-hosted by the JSHC.

Poetry Reading Supports UT's First LGBT Scholarship

The JSHC co-sponsored Rane Arroyo Poetry Read-In celebrated a poet virtuoso and supported LGBT students.

Honors College Co-sponsors Banned Books Vigil
UT celebrated its 20th annual Banned Books Vigil to celebrate the right to read and think freely without censor.

ABC News Veteran Shares Inspiring Story at JSHC Lecture

John Quiñones, ABC News veteran and TV anchor, delivered a stirring message of hope and perseverance.
John Quinonez

Honors Student Secures CERN Internship

Jackson Schall, a UT Honors student, has outshone 1,700 other applicants and earned a summer internship at CERN.
Jackson Schall

Student Advocates for Clean Drinking Water Worldwide

Honors student Megan Davidson promotes global water purification efforts - read about her advocacy here.
Megan Davidson

UT Well-Represented at Undergrad Research Conference

Honors students Babcock, Gonring, Grubbs, Kumar, Batool & Zehra Mehdi, Post, Roberts, Sagan, Saluga, and Sarsour will present their work at a national research conference.

Conservation and the liberal arts

Samuel Duling recently travelled with a group of other Honors students and JSHC Dean Heidi Appel to the Galapagos Islands - read about the trip here.
Sam Duling

Honors Students to Participate in Service Learning Over Spring Break
Instead of heading to Miami Beach or the Bahamas for spring break, 20 Jesup Scott Honors College students will travel to Nicaragua and Guatemala to work with “dump dwellers.”
Nicaragua School

UT Undergrad Discovers Elusive Companion Star
Nick Dulaney, a UT Honors student, was determined to solve a galactic mystery. Why is there an unexpected, wavy edge on a disc around a bright, rapidly rotating star located 162 light years away from Earth?
Nick Dulaney

Honors Students Change the Lives of Syrian Refugees
Farrah and Marah Alarmanazi, UT Honors students, found the UT chapter of SAMS — a non-profit, medical and humanitarian relief organization aimed towards helping Syrian refugees.

UT Hosts "7 Countries, 7 Stories" Open-Mic Night
2/13/2017 | (Page 1)
UT hosted an event to promote community-building through shared stories reflecting on heritage and identity - one co-sponsored by the Honors College and coordinated by Honors students such as Hedyeh Elahinia.

Speaker to Discuss the Value of Promises Feb. 16
The day Alex Sheen buried his father, he also started an international movement - one that pushes us to honor the promises we make. Mr. Sheen is the second speaker during this year's Jesup Scott Honors College Distinguished Lecture Series.
Alex Sheen

UT Alumna Leads Public Art Project At Toledo Prison
UT Honors College alumna and community art coordinator, Emily Numbers, helped develop an art installation at Toledo Correctional Institution to draw attention to criminal justice reform.

'Shark Tank' Investor, FUBU Founder to Speak at UT Oct. 18
The man affectionately known as “The People’s Shark” - Daymond John - who launched a $6 billion global company from his mother’s basement will visit UT to talk about entrepreneurship and the road to success as part of the Jesup Scott Honors College Distinguished Lecture Series.
Daymond John

UT Gives Back to Community Through Big Event
8/29/2016 | (Page 1)
Joseph Leech, UT engineering and Honors student was the director of this year's event Big Event, which saw hundreds of UT student, faculty and staff volunteers spread out across the community and spent the day raking, pulling weeds, painting, picking up garbage, washing windows and more at parks, residential homes, businesses and UT's campuses.

Studying in Cuba: Island's True Beauty Remains to Be Seen
6/22/2016 | (Page 7)
Samuel Duling, an Honors student double-majoring majoring in political science and economics, describes his recent academic trip to Cuba. "Although I thought the Cuba I saw was beautiful, I have the utmost confidence that the island’s true beauty has yet to be seen..."
Sam Duling Cuba

New Dean Named to Lead Honors College
A chemical ecologist passionate about engaging students in experiential learning will join The University of Toledo to lead the Jesup Scott Honors College. Learn more about Dean Heidi Appel and her plans for the Honors College here!

Last Updated: 10/2/18