We welcome proposals to teach University Honors seminar courses during the 2020-21 academic year and for seminars with study tours during Fall 2021. These courses are an integral part of the University Honors Program (UHP), which is comprised of students in the top 7% of UC undergraduates across colleges and disciplines. Proposal deadline is Monday, September 30, 2019.
To develop students into global citizen scholars who lead innovative efforts toward solving the world’s complex problems. Honors seminars are critical to achieving this vision.
The UHP is committed to offering students an individualized, student-centered approach to a meaningful undergraduate experience. To that end, we are dedicated to:
- Promoting activities that lead students to discover their passions and enhance their gifts and talents.
- Coaching students to purposefully engage in experiential learning opportunities and reflection to maximize and integrate their learning.
- Fostering a community that prioritizes inclusion, transformational personal development, civic participation, and global responsibility.
UHP honors seminars need to be both intellectually rigorous courses and representative of the holistic mission of the program. The UHP is quite different from most honors colleges and programs. In other programs, high-achieving students are typically required to complete advanced courses and maintain a certain GPA. The UHP furthers this with a strong focus on experiential learning and reflection as well as a focus on the individual student’s goals and aspirations.
Next Lives Here
We encourage proposals that connect to UC’s strategic direction, Next Lives Here (e.g., innovation, inclusive excellence, urban futures, urban health). We are especially interested in courses that incorporate content connected to inclusive excellence. Learn more about Next Lives Here.