News & Events
Undergraduate Research Day (URD)
Undergraduate Research Day (URD) is a blue-ribbon event that will be held on April 18, 2015 at the OCCE Thurman J. White Forum Building, 1704 Asp, University of Oklahoma. At this annual conference and celebration, the Honors College hosts students who wish to show what they have discovered in their fields and those funded in their research or creative activities from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). This one-day conference showcases outstanding undergraduate research and creative activity for an audience of other students, faculty, and parents.
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Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)
At the University of Oklahoma, the Honors College makes sure that undergraduate researchers have the support they need to work on the frontiers of knowledge. Through an inspired program of research support for undergraduate students, the Honors College partners with the Provost’s Office each semester to sponsor undergraduate research projects. In other words, at the University of Oklahoma undergraduates do high-level research in their fields long before they graduate. We believe that high-achieving undergraduate students should set their own goals, and there should be no preset limit to achievement. (03.04.15)
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New Honors College Website
Welcome to the new Honors College website. Through the modernization of our website we aim to provide better awareness of events, education of the Honors College processes, and better documentation for all things Honors College. Take a look around and if you see something you would like to know more about, contact us. Also, if you would like to provide us feedback please send us an email. (09.24.14)
The Honors College Newsletter
The latest edition of the Honors College Newsletter features interviews with alumna Molly Bachmann, Assistant Professor Marie Dallam, and J.C. Fisher, a 2013 graduate who has been accepted to Stanford’s law program. Also included are stories highlighting the Honors Student Association, the Honors at Oxford program, and a very generous gift provided by the Webster family.