If you are interested in teaching an Honors course, please express your interest to your chair, associate dean, and the director of the University Honors Program. The Honors Program is always eager to bring in more faculty.
We're looking for professors who have high academic standards, innovative approaches to teaching, and timely topics. Honors students come to their courses looking for something different, something fresh.
Beginning in Fall 2014, the Honors Program will run two curricula simultaneously—the new program and the program inaugurated in 1989. We need courses in both. The last class in the 1989 program will graduate in 2017.
We will continue offering colloquia through Spring 2017, and students in both programs will be eligible to take them. Students in the 1989 program need four upper-level Honors courses to graduate with Honors, and so it is crucial that the university continues a robust offering of colloquia.