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WKU alumni Bill and Carol Greer share what inspired them to establish Top Crops and how they've helped to support the MHC and its scholars.
Nov 22nd, 2023
Michaela Snyder (MHC `23) explains what inspired her CE/T and how it helped shape her college career!
Nov 15th, 2023
MHC Alumni Nicolas Barth (MHC` 22) speaks on how his time studying abroad at Western helped to shape his career and changed his perspective by growing his experiences and exposing him to culture around the globe!
Nov 6th, 2023
First-Generation Scholar Parker Stallings (MHC `27) shares some of the ways he's already been able to be involved on campus along with his amazing opportunity to attend SCUSA at West Point Academy!
Oct 18th, 2023
Former MHC Scholar Morgan Flanagan shares how her transfer into the honors college was able to shape her college career and achieve her goals!
Feb 24th, 2023
MHC Scholars in Honors 251 Citizen and Self will host a series of deliberative dialogues March 29th-April 7th. The public is welcome to attend these guided discussions of pressing social issues, deliberate the options, and help decide which is the best.
Oct 21st, 2022
Hosted by MHC scholars taking Honors 251 this semester, deliberative dialogues are presented with a social problem and three options for addressing the issue. These dialogues are open to WKU community members to attend pending their registration.
Apr 25th, 2022
The Mahurin Honors College (MHC) seeks to develop scholars into masters of their passions- whatever those may be. For scholars like Elaine Flynn (MHC ‘13), her passion could only be found in a geology research lab.
Apr 22nd, 2022
A key pillar of the Mahurin Honors College (MHC) is training scholars for success within their unique and diverse passions. In some cases, this allows scholars like Jayme Hardy (MHC ‘14) to trailblaze brand new opportunities and forge novel career path
Feb 25th, 2022
For Danielle Williams (MHC ‘25), college is “a place to discover my voice.”
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