honors seminar 2017

Fall 2023 Seminars

Course Title Description Time Hours Room Instructor
HON 301 - H1 Yoga: Theory and Practice

Combine philosophical discussion of the Bhagavad Gita with yoga instruction delivered by a certified instructor.

(First 10-week session) 


1-2:20 PM

1.0 FFH 138 S. Friedman

HON 301 - H2

Diversity and Food

Understand diversity by engaging in qualitative research and service learning around issues of foods, cultural holidays, and heritage celebrations.


11:20-12:15 PM

1.0 FFH 138 H. Mahafza

HON 301 - H3

A History of Feminism Gain the historical background to understand feminism’s past and its relevance today.


1-1:55 PM

1.0 MOR 111 N. Pacino

HON 301 - H4

Rapid Prototyping of Raspberry Pi Learn techniques for developing an embedded control system with someone who worked in the field for over 20 years.


11:20-12:15 PM

1.0 FFH 118 D. Chan

HON 301 - H5

Media and Politics Learn about media's impact on politics, from its beginning to the social media age.


11:20-12:15 PM

1.0 FFH 138 E. Peck

HON 301 - H6

Truth, Ethics, and Deception Discover theories of deception in law, media, and personal relationships.


2:40-3:35 PM

1.0 MOR 111 X. Fan

HON 301 - H7

Systems Thinking

Think complexly! Discover how systems thinking allows us to understand failure and success in large scale engineering projects.


4:20-5:15 PM

1.0 ENG 134 J. Grumbach

HON 301 - H8

Sports Analytics

Love Moneyball? Dive into the analytics and big data of sports.


1-1:55 PM

1.0 BAB 223 H. Pham
HON 301-H9 Art and Bookmaking

Use all the equipment and make your own art book with tutelage from an expert.

(First 10-week session) 


6-7:20 PM

1.0 WIL 355 S. Rossow
HON 321-H01 Honors ISE 321 Supplement

Discuss aspects of engineering economy. 

(Co/Pre-req: ISE 321)


1-1:55 PM

1.0 ENG 134 A. Davis

HON 201 - H1


Scholarships and Graduate School Prep

Learn about graduate school and graduate fellowship application processes. Develop a plan and create drafts of personal essays for getting into graduate programs.

Open to freshmen. GPA of 3.75 required. (First 7-week session)


1-1:55 PM


MOR 108

J. Staton