Campus involvement quickly transformed into global involvement for The Ohio State University sophomore Luke Hawes.
The Ohio State University Honors and Scholars Center recently announced the Honors Standards, an academic standard to unify honors requirements across Ohio State’s colleges and schools. Previously, once students were enrolled in the University Honors Program after being admitted to the university or applying as a current student, their requirements to remain an Honors student and graduate “with Honors” were determined by their degree conferring college with few commonalities between Honors requirements in other academic units.
Harrison Blake, a rising senior, has been awarded the Astronaut Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding students in STEM pursuing research careers.
Blake was awarded the scholarship for his initiative, creativity, and leadership in physics and astronomy.
This year, the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation awarded 68 scholarships to students at 46 universities.
Isaiah Boateng, an undergraduate student in honors Biomedical Science at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, is the first-ever African American student to earn first place in the undergraduate poster competition and caucus at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Conference.
Honors alumnus Abu Rogers has been selected as a 2023 Knight-Hennessy Scholar. He graduated from the Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry in 2020.
With spring around the corner, many students at The Ohio State University are preparing resumes and portfolios to present to graduate schools and potential employers. The ePortfolio platform provides a central location for all Ohio State students, faculty and staff to showcase their academic and professional achievements.
Naa Dromo Korley is the first of her family to attend college, and she has dreams of making a difference in the world.
After completing two study abroad experiences, the Honors student continues to explore the world with hopes of fulfilling her purpose of helping others.
As a first-generation college student, Mark Allman says he originally only valued academic success. But after completing his first year as a finance and marketing major, Allman has learned to balance his academic studies with his extracurricular activities — and learn from his mistakes in both.
How do we improve the Columbus community?
This was the question five students considered during their freshman year as part of the Eminence Fellowship, which is awarded to 25 honors students each year in an effort to cultivate leaders who will effect positive change in their professions and communities.
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The University Honors & Scholars Center at The Ohio State University is pleased to announce that the Eminence Fellows Program and Scholarship Application for 2023 is now open. The deadline to apply is November 14, 2022.