There are plenty of reasons to become a Helen P. Denit Honors Scholar.
Here are 10:
Enrich your undergraduate experience: Honors courses are small and taught by the University's best instructors. The curriculum focuses on collaborative dialogue, hands-on learning, and having lots of fun.
See the world: Become a global citizen. It's easy to participate in UB's many service and study abroad programs.
Talk about big ideas: Interact with nationally-renowned experts during our Denit Dialogue Series, and also join UB faculty over informal lunch hours to chat about their research, interests and lessons learned.
Practice your craft: We offer financial support to help you complete specialized internship and professional development opportunities.
Make friends: Study, take a break or plan your next adventure in the Denit Den—a private lounge, kitchen and computer lab just for you! It's stocked with free snacks and coffee to keep you moving and grooving. Check it out in the H. Mebane Turner Learning Commons, room 200!
Build your leadership capacity: Network with creative thinkers who are committed to making a difference at the local and global level.
Create new knowledge: Pursue an honors project on a topic of your choice. When you're finished, there is financial support for you to strut your stuff at local, regional and national conferences.
Master the machine: Through our innovative curriculum, and supported by our own media lab, learn the digital skills necessary to thrive in the 21st century.
Connect with your community: The Denit Honors experience broadens your horizons with free events that take full advantage Charm City's cultural, educational, recreational, and volunteer offerings in UB's backyard ... and beyond.
Stand out from the crowd: You'll receive special recognition, prepare for graduate school, and experience the Denit Difference!