Honors students are quick to understand that international and intercultural learning is now vital to their effectiveness in virtually every field. Not only is the marketplace globalized, scholarly research is often done by teams whose members may be at institutions anywhere in the world. At UT Knoxville, we recognize that the ability to work easily within different cultures is one of the great advantages we can offer all our students, especially those who are seeking the highest-quality undergraduate experience. All Chancellor’s Honors student complete a Ready for the World requirement. Students can meet this requirement through study abroad, domestic or international service projects, majoring or minoring in a foreign language, or any other approved activity.
For Summer 2014, the CHP is sponsoring UT faculty led trips. Students can satisfy their Ready for the World requirement and earn honors course credits. Note that applications may not become available until late Fall, early Spring and the Programs Abroad website pages might not be updated until then.
- May 8 – May 27
- Prof. Karla Wozniak
- The course is designed to introduce students to the basics of drawing and watercolor.
- The course will focus on learning to draw and paint from observation and learning from the great artworks of Florence.
- No prior knowledge is required!
Summer 1st session 2014
- May 29 – June 19
- Dr. Andria L. Yates
- This course will incorporate experiential learning in a different culture to explore the broad subject matter included in a traditional Multicultural Psychology course.
- Evaluation will be based on short papers, presentations, and participation in experiential exercises during the three-week program.
- The program will be split between in Rome and Florence. There will also be a multi-night excursion to Sorrento on the Amalfi coast and day trips to Naples and Siena.
Summer 2nd session 2014
UT Honors at the University of Cambridge
- 03 July – 09 August 2014
- Dr. Thomas Heffernan, English
- Enroll in two honors courses (UNHO 257 and UNHO 337, 6 hours) A true British educational experience, living in Emmanuel College at the University of Cambridge in England. Students will take two courses under the guidance of Dr. Heffernan which will include lectures by Cambridge faculty and trips to nearby historical sites.
- Application Deadline: February 1, 2014