The start of 2017-18 academic year is nearly here. The Honors faculty and staff are truly excited to have our students back on campus. We will welcome an outstanding class of 425 first-year students to the Honors Program. It is the largest and most ethnically diverse entering class in the 60-year history of the program! We kick off the start of the year with the Honors Welcome event. Dr. Kurt Fausch, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Fish, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology, will speak about his book, “For the Love of Rivers,” on August 16 th . Students were given copies of the book at Ram Orientation to read before the event.
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