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HONORS 135: Ideas in Honors is a one-credit seminar course intended to introduce first-year Honors students to topic-driven scholarship at the advanced undergraduate level. We recruit students who will be graduating in the next academic year and who are completing an honors degree to serve as undergraduate instructors for these courses.
Senior Honors students create their own topics and develop their courses with the support of an Honors Program advisor, and with the supervision of the program director, who is the instructor of record for all Honors 135 sections. Please see past LSA Course Guide descriptions for examples of Honors 135 sections.
This position carries a stipend award of $1100. Applications are open early February and close early March. You will receive updates in the "This Week in Honors" newsletter. Please direct any questions about this opportunity to Stephanie Chervin, firstname.lastname@example.org.