Program Updates and Communications

For information on our curriculum and programming for Fall 2020, please see the Honors Humanities Director's Letter (June 22nd, 2020). The Honors College has also posted answers to frequently asked questions in regards to Fall 2020. We will continue to update our community through regular email communications. If you are not receiving these emails, please email us directly at

A letter to our community in support of Black Lives Matter (June 3rd, 2020).

Honors Humanities in the News

Siri Neerchal and William Wong named 2020-2021 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars (2020).

Joey Marcellino wins a Winston Family Honors Award for his honors thesis entitled, “Evolution and Intellectual History of the Frauchiger-Renner ARgument” (2020).

Noah Eckman receives the William L. Thomas Student Government Association Award for outstanding leadership and service to the Student Government Association (2020).

Aisac Accad receives a Boren Scholarship to study in Indonesia (2020).

Jacy Zhang publishes her photography in Laurel Moon (2019).

Jasmine Baten selected as an ARHU Dean's Senior Scholar (December 2019).

Eunice Braimoh, Casey Ottenwaelder, Emily Pan, Philippos Sourvinos, and Emily Zhou perform in Kreativity Diversity Troupe's End of Semester Show (November 2019).

Carli Fine and Lilli Righter perform in A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Maryland Shakespeare Players (November 2019).

William Wong receives a 2019 Fulbright UK Summer Institute award to study British culture for one month at the University of Sussex (2019).

Katrina Hrabinski receives a Foxworth Do Good Internship Endowed Scholarship (May 2019).

Brendan Sheehy and Madison Kunkel win Winston Family Honors College Writing Awards (May 2018).

Griffin Riddler and Bronwen Schriml awarded Boren Scholarships (May 2018).

Katie Miller's petition for refugees to be housed on UMD's campus gains SGA endorsement (February 2018).

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