E-News | Honorary Teachers Fellowship Lesson Series has been unveiled

This fall, eight Honorary College faculty members will present an overview of the multidisciplinary courses created by Honorary Students and the community this year.

This year’s Honorary College faculty members are teaching courses that allow students to create new connections and look beyond traditional narratives. The Honor College Faculty Partnership Program provides an opportunity for students to design new honors college courses that will enable students to meet the basics of general education.

All talks will be open to the public from 6 p.m.

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Tuesday, August 24 “The Way of Equality”

Stephanie Hins, Energy Land Management, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

Tuesday, August 31 “Materials for the Future”

John Cranion, Mining Engineering, Benjamin M. Steller College of Engineering and Minerals

Tuesday, September 7, “Dangerous Music”

Jennifer Walker, College of Music, Creative Arts

Tuesday, September 14, “Extra Capitalism”

Davin Smart, History, Eberley College of Arts and Sciences

Tuesday, September 21, “Ecological Principles of Conservation”

Amy Wells, Wildlife & Fisheries Resources, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

Tuesday, September 28, “Arthurdale, WV Issues”

Renee K. Nicholson, Multidisciplinary, Eberley College of Arts and Sciences, Center for Humanities

Ann Pancake, Center for Humanity

Michael Walsh, Marketing, John Chambers College of Business and Economics

See full description of 2021-2022 Faculty of Fellows Courses.

For more information, contact Honors@mail.wvu.edu or Damien Clement, Associate Dean of WVU Honors College, 304-293-2100.

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