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Honors flipped classrooms
Lectures are pre-recorded and provided online so classroom time can be used for hands-on activities and group discussions, including video connections with students from other parts of the world.
Honors in the News
UT Honors student Mahbod Pourriahi has been working with some wonderful individuals on a revolutionary social enterprise called Nurish. They have created an edible line of workbooks that address both the educational and nutritional disparities between children residing in privileged and developing urban areas. These workbooks provide children stimulating, structured curriculum, and they are created from our sweetened, fortified (Vitamins A, D, iodine, and iron) nuSketch that is supplemented with two unique coloring materials! Read more.
Students set to compete in regional finals for $1 million Hult Prize in Dubai over spring break By Josh Martin (3/4/15)
Univ. of Toledo students take part in international competition (ABC/Channel 13) (3/5/15)
UT HULT Video
International Service Learning Medical Mission Trip (6/5/15)
UT Honors student Morgan Monahan participated in an International Service Learning Medical Mission Trip May 11-17, 2015. She received the Sullivan Fellowship grant. The grqant enabled me to engage in a life changing experience. Not only did I learn more about the Mexican culture and the severe levels of poverty in Puerto Peñasco, but I also gained an abundance of medical knowledge that would not have been possible without this trip.
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