Honors Program Students and Faculty Visit Chicago

A group of Honors Students and Faculty visited Chicago in September to see a production of King Lear at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and to visit the Chicago Art Institute. Having the opportunity to attend unique field trips is just one of the many benefits of being a member of the NMU Honors Program.
 
 
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Alumni Spotlight

Justine Pinskey, current Ph.D. candidate in Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan, was a member of the NMU Honors Program from 2005-2009. Justine credits the NMU Honors Program's unique learning environment and creative opportunities for preparing her for success in her educational and career endeavors.   Read more

Meet the Directors

David Wood, associate professor in the English department; and Michael Joy, associate professor in the Modern Languages department, serve as the Director and Assistant Director of the NMU Honors Program.  Learn more about David and Michael.

Honors Student Organization (HSO)

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All honors program students are automatically members of the HSO and need not be enrolled in an honors class to participate. The HSO is entirely student run and organizes social events, tutoring, and informal advising including the mentor program. More HSO news