And the Honors Terms Go To
Each year, Beloit awards a limited number of Honors Term Scholar Awards and Honors Term Service Awards to graduating seniors who want to continue their studies at Beloit College for an additional term.
To be considered, students need a strong academic and co-curricular record, a willing sponsor, and a convincing proposal that makes the case to the Academic Performance Committee that they have the background to succeed. The Committee favors projects that combine scholarship and service. Successful Honors Term Scholars enroll in a special course, which is tuition-free. At the end of the term, students are required to file a final report with the dean of the college.
For the fall of 2015, 13 graduates will be completing the honors terms listed below. All are members of the class of 2015.
Honors Service Term Awards
- Nathan Brault: From the Page to the Stage: A Workshop Focusing on the Creation of Art Through the Use of Poetry, Spoken Word, and Hip Hop
- Eunhye Jang: Creating Independent Student-Led Television Programs
- Reine Lucas: Sustaining the Dialogue and Beloit College
- Jessica Tedrow: Bridging the Gap Between Art Historians: Future, Past, and Present
- Haleigh Thomas: Developing a Bystander Intervention Education Program that Focuses on the Prevention of Sexual Assault
Honors Scholar Term Awards
- Helen Bush: The Study of Critical Rhetoric Around the Responsibilities of Writers in Russia
- Gaizi Jie: The Study of Westernized Chinese Paintings on the Manufacture of Porcelain
- Namoonga Mantina: Investigating the Impact that Social Identity Can or Will Have on a Student’s Wellness
- Sarah Miller: Exploring the Experiences of Sexual Assault Survivors Attending Beloit College During Their Journey to Recovery
- Caitlin Paterson: Evaluating and Increasing the Engagement of Men in Sexual Assault Prevention Programming at Beloit College
- Santiago Quintana Garcia: Digitizing the Beloit College Diary Repository and Designing Two Archive-Based Lab Courses
- Joshua Smith: Investigating the Role of the Gene Fpgs in the Innate Plant Immune System
- Alyssa Taubin: Musical Director and Pianist for the Theatre, Dance, and Media Studies’ Production of Rent