Sigma advisor honored

Lecturer Ashley Bissette Sumerel was honored in the fall by the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society for her 5 years of excellence in her work as a sponsor for the UNCW chapter, Alpha Alpha Upsilon.

Interested in joining? Click here.

 

wentworth travel

Want to see England the way Jane Austen saw it? You can -- if you are awarded one of the dozen or so fellowships that Mr. Charles F.Green III provides. Details are here.

go global

Paris, London, Madrid, Rome – and beyond – all begin with a visit to International Programs. Figure out where you want to go, and follow the step-by-step directions to get there.

English in Action Showcase

Want to get a sampling of what other students have accomplished in their classes? Take a look.


 
   
   
(L-r) Alex Doria, vice president; Aaron Weekes, public relations officer; Breanna Lowe, historian; Roxy Simons, president; Tracey Robertson, secretary; and Holly Lynn, treasurer are honored for their contributions as officers of Sigma Tau Delta at the fall 2014 ceremonies at UNCW. –Photo by Shirley Mathews

(L-r) Alex Doria, vice president; Aaron Weekes, public relations officer; Breanna Lowe, historian; Roxy Simons, president; Tracey Robertson, secretary; and Holly Lynn, treasurer are honored for their contributions as officers of Sigma Tau Delta at the fall 2014 ceremonies at UNCW. –Photo by Shirley Mathews

Honors

Departmental Honors

The Departmental Honors Program at UNCW provides an opportunity for students to engage in an advanced individual scholarly project in a specialized area. Graduation with departmental honors is a signal honor that is recognized on the student's diploma.

Honors work involves independent study under the supervision of a faculty member in the student's major field. This independent study should be outstanding scholarly work appropriate to the academic standards of the student's major discipline and should be completed in two, 3-credit hour semesters or three, 2-hour semesters. The results of the Honors work are summarized in a paper and presented orally before an examining committee. Generally, students do their work in departmental honors in their last two semesters; however, a student may begin in the junior year. In fact, students are encouraged to begin their Honors work as soon as possible. For some projects, two semesters are not enough time.

Eligibility

A student must have a quality point average of 3.2 or better (including all transfer courses attempted) over the first 74 semester hours, must have completed at least 30 semester hours work with a 3.2 or better quality point average at UNCW, and must be recommended by the chairperson of the area of concentration. Application forms are JoAnna Wright (l) accepts her award for Most Outstanding Leadership at the Spring induction of the English honor society, Sigma Tau Delta. Ashley Bissette Sumerel, Sigma's adviser, presents the award. - Photo by Shirley Mathewsavailable in the Registrar's Office, and the finished application must be approved by the department chairperson. Participation in the program requires 6 semester hours of work in the major during the final three semesters, with a maximum of 3 semester hours in any one semester, and includes independent study in the area of concentration, a paper reporting on the results of the study, and an oral examination. Honors work is not intended to replace any specifically required courses. For more information, click on this link

University Honors

To graduate with University Honors, a student must complete at least 12 credit hours of basic studies courses honor selections, complete 6 credits of "Interdisciplinary Honors Seminars," complete 2 credits of "Honors Enrichment Seminar," maintain academic eligibility, earn a minimum of a 2.00 in all honors work and have a 3.00 overall GPA in all honors curriculum coursework, and complete requirements for Departmental Honors

 


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