Honors Student Advisory Board
The Honors Student Advisory Board (HSAB) is a group of students who serve two main roles. First, the HSAB members serve as a liaison between the College of Engineering Honors Program students, faculty, staff and alumni. Second, the HSAB creates opportunities for members of the College of Engineering Honors Program to have meaningful interactions and develop a sense of community among their peers. The HSAB members are nominated each semester by the Honors community.
Some examples of the work HSAB completes includes the Honors ASB (Alternative Spring Break) program. You can read about the 2022 trip here.
If you have any questions about the Honors Student Advisory Board or would like to suggest an event, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Honors Community focuses on four main areas:
Collaboration with equally motivated and academically successful students is encouraged through a wide range of activities, seminars, discussions, and events.
Make a Difference
Through community service projects locally and globally, Honors students learn the value of community involvement and get to change the world first-hand – from day one in the program.
Each student will select a capstone faculty advisor to work closely with in developing their Honors capstone project and can attend monthly lunch gatherings that allow for informal networking with faculty.
Honors students are paired with a peer mentor to provide guidance in selecting courses, preparing for career fairs, applying to graduate school, and navigating the College of Engineering.
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