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  • Independence, Confidence, and Global Perspective: Gradual Change in Study Abroad
    - | 23 Apr 2014
    Kathryn Kudlaty ’14 is the current president of Honors Student Council and will graduate this May with a bachelor’s in biomedical engineering. She provides Texas A&M University Honors Program’s second contribution to the second-annual National Honors Blog Week. The theme for this synchroblog is “Things You Can’t Learn in a Classroom.” To read other contributions […]
  • The Undergraduate Experience: Job Training or Personal Development?
    - | 22 Apr 2014
    Lisa (Moorman) Quattrini ’06 graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor’s of business administration in marketing and a master’s in international affairs. She updated this reflection written several years ago for Texas A&M University Honors Program’s first contribution to the second-annual National Honors Blog Week. The theme for this synchroblog is “Things You Can’t Learn […]
  • Brian Sowell: Barcelona and the Sidewalk Ballet
    - | 18 Apr 2014
    Honors Students away from campus for study abroad, co-ops, or internships are encouraged to write about their experiences to share them with the Honors community. Below is an excerpt from Brian Sowell’s (’14) reflection on his study abroad in Barcelona. To read the full post, visit: http://brianksowell.com/2014/02/20/barcelona-and-the-sidewalk-ballet/. Comparing my experiences in small towns in rural Texas […]
  • Ocean Sciences Convention – Rachel McMahon
    - | 16 Apr 2014
    By Hayley Cox 2014 Galveston Undergraduate Research Scholar and Sea Aggie Scholar, Rachel McMahon, was given the opportunity to travel to Hawaii for an Ocean Sciences Convention from February 23-28, 2014. She was pleased to tell about her experiences in the report below: “Thanks to funding from Honors and Undergraduate Research (HUR), with generous support […]