Designed for students who want to get the most of their college education, the IPFW Honors Program is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program open to students of any major. Participation is voluntary, and students can begin the program at any point in their college career. Completion of the program requirements merits the reception of a certificate and a medal engraved with the student’s name, the only medal that is currently bestowed at the graduation ceremony.
The program is designed for motivated students who want to make the most of their higher education through an enriched academic experience. Come visit us in our new location on the second floor of Helmke Library (LB 201)!
We look forward to your success!
Justin Anderson (Industrial Engineering Technology)
Sarah Bercot (French/English)
Sean Godfroy (English)
Grayson Ostermeyer (Biology)
Luisa Pires Luciano (Political Science)
Crysta Terry (Psychology)
For the abstracts to their projects, please click here.
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Cody Fuelling (History/Secondary Education), Fyodor S. Wheeler (History), Fiona Sackett (History), Heather Dewey (History), Andrew Hakes (History), Alexander Welker (History), Bre Anne Briskey (Psychology), Melissa Norton (History/WOST). For a complete list of the student presenters, topics, and panel chairs please click here.
Jeff Casazza, associate professor of theatre; Punya Nachappa, assistant professor of biology; Abe Schwab, associate professor of philosophy; and Lachlan Whalen, associate professor of English. Click here for more information regarding their research. Grants were awarded through the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Dr. Farlow received two honors from the Indiana Academy of Science. Click here to read the complete details
In this installment of The Don Difference, Associate Professor of English Damian Fleming discusses his research on the literature and culture of Anglo-Saxon England, dating from approximately 700 to 1100 A.D. Fleming wants to better understand how medieval scholars interpreted the translations of these texts from the original Hebrew—especially in light of the fact that Anglo-Saxon England was not home to a Jewish population, and very few could actually read Hebrew.Watch the video
Learn how Assistant Professor of Biology Punya Nachappa's research into insect pathogens is helping to combat the spread of a new viral strain among Indiana's soybean crops. Watch the video
College of Arts and Sciences has made a video about the Honors Program! Check it out here!