On Monday, February 8, CHC Photographer Kaelan Burkett took over the CHC Instagram to share what the day in the life of a CHC student is really like.
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Commonwealth Honors College is hosting its second Black History Month celebration "Transformative Life Narratives" on Monday, February 22 in the Commonwealth Honors College Events... Read More
Come make an investment in your future by getting the look to help you get the job! Commonwealth Honors College, in connection with Career Services, Residential Life Student... Read More
The registration process may have just become the easiest part of a student's independent research project.
In the past, students voiced concerns about the difficulties of... Read More
A new collaboration has been launched between Commonwealth Honors College and the Springfield Museums. The Seuss Project begins in the Spring 2016 semester with the new... Read More
In recreating the UMass Campus Center's Civility Mural, Honors Professor John Simpson and the students in his course HONORS 221H: "The Springfield Renaissance: Art and the City"... Read More
It’s March 16, 2015—a frigid Sunday morning. Two feet of snow and heavy, wet slush covers the frozen ground, and the cloud cover is thick. It’s not going to be easy to launch a... Read More
Junior Marina Qutab took second place in Turning Green’s Project Green Challenger, a national competition that asked college and high school students to make their lives more... Read More
UMass Amherst recognizes student researchers for making their mark on a variety of academic communities. This year Commonwealth Honors College students Aaron Dunbrack ’17,Thomas... Read More
"I was the first American many of the people in this small town had met,” Alina Lindblom '11 described of her yearlong experience as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in the... Read More
On Wednesday, December 2, CHC Photographer Stephanie Berenson took us on another day through her life as a CHC student, showing us some beautiful shots of the campus... Read More
The British writer and scientist C.P. Snow wrote that there is “a gulf of incomprehension” separating the sciences and the humanities. On November 17, Professor Banu Subramanian... Read More
"Would Gandhi have had a Twitter account?" During a typical "Ideas That Change the World" class, Professor Kathleen Brown-Pérez facilitates discussion by asking such unexpected... Read More
Check out the latest Honors InSight blog entries.
In a Pizza & Prof presented on November 9, Erik Cheries, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, discussed the origins of moral intuitions. Cheries is the... Read More
“GOOOOOAAAAL!” Cheers and shouts erupt from the sidelines at every soccer game, but none of them louder than Bao “Terry” Cao. A first-year student and coach for the Amherst Youth... Read More
Susan Whitbourne, director of the Office of National Scholarship Advisement (ONSA), is hosting a workshop for Massachusetts public colleges and universities about developing a... Read More
On Thursday, November 12, CHC Photographer Serena Pang took over the CHC Instagram to share what the day in a life of a CHC student is really like.
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A psychology and BDIC major in international marketing and public relations, CHC photographer Serena Pang loves to explore campus and share her stories through photos. Today she... Read More
On Wednesday, November 4, CHC Photographer Stephanie Berenson took over the CHC Instagram to share what the day in a life of a CHC student is really like.
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