The initiative facilitated the development of new interdisciplinary-themed HON 100 seminars. They will be connected to the Bradley University Honors Living Learning Community in Fall 2022.
Wendy Beanblossom (Biology)
Dan Getz (Philosophy and Religious Studies)
Melinda McBee Orzulak (English)
John Williams (History)
This new program provides financial resources for undergraduates and faculty mentors to pursue significant interdisciplinary research and creative projects during the summer months.
Ana Gabriela Galvao (Major: Mechanical Engineering, with a Biomedical Concentration)Chaciydah Heffner (Major: Kinesiology and Health Science, Minor: Health).
Mara Kleinerman (Major: English; Minors: World Languages and Cultures; Sociology; Women's and Gender Studies
Seth Metcalfe (Double Major: Music and Psychology)
Austa Schley (Major: Psychology, Minor: Neuroscience)
Miah Stiefel (Major: Psychology, Minor: Legal Studies)
Two courses link with shared readings and joint events at key points in the semester. The initiative enhances curricular connections, faculty connections, and integrative learning.
G G Md Nawaz Ali (Computer Science & Information Systems) and Suruz Miah (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
Carmen Keist (Family and Consumer Sciences) and Kristen Strom (Education, Counseling and Leadership)
Cory Barker (Communication) and Scott Cavanah (Interactive Media)
Julie Quigley (Education, Counseling, and Leadership) and Katherine Sarsfield (Nursing)
Sara Baker Netzley (Communication) and Heather Ford (Interactive Media)