Teaching Opportunities in the Scholars Program

Teach an Honors Colloquium (HNRS 380)

We are currently seeking proposals for HNRS 380 courses to be taught:

  • on the main campus
  • on the Handlon campus

HNRS 380 courses provide opportunities for advanced exploration of a topic, practice, or theme that is interdisciplinary in nature. Students from various disciplines engage ideas employing knowledge, methodologies, and insights from diverse areas of study. This course fulfills an upper-level interdisciplinary course requirement for Honors and Collegiate Scholars (and may fulfill major or minor requirements). Students that are not participating in the honors program may register for the course with instructor permission.

Examples of HNRS 380 course topics include:

  • Ruins: The Aesthetics of Decay
  • Rare Diseases: Communicating Science and Stories
  • Environmental Literature
  • Water Policy in the American West
  • Gerontology: Aging in Prison

HNRS 380 course proposals can be found in the box at the right.

Apply to Teach in the Scholars Program

Scholars Program Team Member Application

Propose an Honors Colloquium Course

HNRS 380 Proposal Form