Meet Our Honors Students
Honors Students in IHP 200W
Students in the Community and University honors seminar are taking on a unique challenge this semester. Read about their adventures here.
Follow their blog.
Nick Legros, R.S.H.S
Nick a student in the Rangos School of Health Sciences studied abroad in China for the fall 2012 semester, read his blog
Michelle Wagner, Liberal Arts
Kerri Sullivan, Music
I am a Pittsburgh native, majoring in Music Therapy at Duquesne. Music therapy is the use of music and music activities to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship. I'm also a part of the Honors College, because it's important to me to receive the best liberal arts education I can, in addition to my music studies.
Outside of clinical music therapy work, I aspire to conduct research and advocacy in the music therapy field in order to raise awareness and knowledge about its usefulness, so that it may become more accessible to those who need it.
I chose my major because I want to have a job that is more than just a job; I want to fulfill my calling in the world as a Christian to be a healer and a peacemaker, using all my talents to the fullest extent.
On a personal level, I hope to make a difference in the world both by my work and by raising a family. I'm passionate about music, of course, but also about studying academic subjects, studying my faith, staying healthy, and getting to know people! I wish you all the best as you make your college decision. Kerri's link
Katie Wozniak, B.S.N.E.S
Katie a student of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences was in Tanzania for three months for a study abroad program. Follow Katie's blog in Tanzania.
Vasilii Bushunow, B.S.N.E.S
Vasilii Bushunow's Essay on Cancer in Honor of James "Rhio" O'Connor
Louis Butler, Liberal Arts
Congratulations to Louis Butler, May 2011 Honors graduate on his Fulbright grant! Louis will continue his philosophy studies in Germany in 2011-12.