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  • Apr 25: Geology and Environmental Science Student Research Symposium
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Honors Program



Honors Program Stories

Realizing your dreams

Michelle Amaya, Melinda Adams and Carly Starke

Hillcrest Scholarships unleash honors students full potential and vault them into promising futures.
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Honors Student Workshop Series - Spring 2014

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Students working on their Senior Projects take advantage of this special Hillcrest House series
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Hannah Pellegrino and the Honors Class of 2017
JMU welcomes 208 first year students as members of the 2017 Class of Honors Scholars


Honors Seminar Abroad
Getting a globally minded perspective of the world, building independence, gaining confidence—all part of JMU Honors seminar abroad.


Seeing beyond boundaries
JMU senior Michelle Amaya came to a full realization of the value of an expansive worldview in an unlikely place—a Bolivian orphanage.


Diving into Honors challenges
Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Camilla Czulada is one of them.


A winning combo
Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Shannon Rano is one of them.


Embracing Honors challenge
Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Sierra Hahn-Ventrell is one of them.


Winning spirit for Honors
Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Jacqueline Crawford is one of them.


Undergraduate research put Wallace on path to medical school
Looking through a microscope and figuring out the mysteries is what Matt Wallace likes best


Unconfined challenges
She wanted a good challenge, so Amanda Kuhnley took an interdisciplinary approach. Integrated science and technology, art history, classical studies, and studio art combined into one incredible project.