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Welcome to the Brigham Young University Honors Program

The Mission of the Honors Program

The Honors Program mission is to develop student-scholars from across the university who will become broad thinkers, creative problem solvers, and influential leaders;

This mission is achieved by cultivating:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Community of Scholars
  • Interdisciplinary Thinking
  • Skills of Inquiry



Upcoming Events:

October 26

Murder Mystery Event - "Murder in the Maeser", 6:30PM-8PM, 321 MSRB

October 27
No Chocolate Milk Discussion this week!

October 31

Happy Halloween!

November 3

Dec Grads Deadlines
Last day to submit your Thesis Defense Info forms.

Honors Weekly Spotlight

Name: Marissa Miller

Bio: Marissa is an Honors student who is graduating in April, 2018 majoring in Sociology and minoring in International Development. Marissa completed her Honors Experiential Learning through the Program Evaluation and Assessment Team (PEAT) internship through the department of Sociology. This program measures the effectiveness of supplementation and nutritional education on malnourished children in the Philippines. Marissa and her team worked on developing the details of the trial and going through the process of getting International Review Board approval over the course of the 2016 school year. They spent May through August 2016 in the Philippines setting up the trial and training local coordinators on how to continue to gather the report data once they had left the field. Marissa and her research partner were able to present their experimental design at the Pacific Sociological Association Conference in April 2017.

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