Honors Student Success
Honors Scholar Chetna Kumari participated in the UNC Genomic Research Program
Honors Scholar Chetna Kumari participated in the University of North Carolina Genomic Research Program. Participation in the program is an excellent way to get research experience and to learn about what the UNC scientific community has to offer.
Honors Business major Terry Pettiford was selected to be a part of the Michigan State University Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)
SROP is a gateway to graduate education at Michigan State University (MSU). MSU SROP helps prepare undergraduates for graduate study through intensive research experiences with
faculty mentors and other professional development activities.
Robert Sheppard was accepted to CSTEP at State University of New York
Robert Sheppard (Biology Major) was accepted to the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program's (CSTEP) virtual Summer Academic Program at the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry. The program provides
students with a basic background in optometry, allowing them to interact with faculty, and possibly earn elective credits.
Shaw University Honors Students Admitted to the PreLaw Undergraduate Scholars Program Hosted by Duke Univeristy Law School.
Jameliah Pinder, an Honors scholar, was recently admitted to The PreLaw Undergraduate Scholars Program, hosted by Duke University Law school. This competitive program
provides several meaningful engagements for student learning and stellar preparation for graduate or professional school.
Shaw University Honors Students Accepted to the Neuroscience Initiative to Enhance Diversity
Honors Students Thandi Kololo (Biology) and Kundai Manyonga (Biology)was accepted to the Neuroscience Initiative to Enhance Diversity (NIED) program at the University of California--Davis.
The Neuroscience Initiative to Enhance Diversity (NIED) program aims to encourage sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students to pursue a PhD in Neuroscience and provide preparation for Graduate School.
Shaw University Honors Students selected as a Frederick Douglass Summer Scholars
Honors Students Janell Odom (Biology) and Caleb Simmons (Computer Science) were selected as a Frederick Douglass Summer Scholars (FDSS). They will receive a Grant for $1,500 to travel. The select 2021
summer programs for FDSS grantees include: Legon, Ghana; Rome, Italy; Lisbon, Portugal; and Seville, Spain.
This is Honors Excellence!