Student Recognition


Spring 2020 Honors graduates

The University Honors Program and faculty of Florida State University recognized the hard work and dedication of the graduating honors students on Thursday, April 30, 2020 in a virtual ceremony. The ceremony included messages from Dr. Annette Schwabe, Director of the Honors Program; President John Thrasher; Dr. Sally McRorie, Provost; Dr. Karen Laughlin, Dean of Undergraduate Studies; and Dr. David Kirby, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of English.

To view the ceremony program and list of graduates, please CLICK HERE.  

Honors in the Major thesis work

Faculty-Student Mentorship Profiles

Each year, upper division students from disciplines across campus participate in an undergraduate thesis project.  It provides the student an opportunity to look deeper into an area of interest and work with faculty members, who assist with direction and guidance throughout the process.  

To read more about the experiences of students and faculty who participated in the Honors in the Major (HITM) thesis program, please CLICK HERE.

(Featured Student: Serena Bradshaw, African-American Studies)

record number of honors graduates!

The FSU Honors Spring Class of 2020 was featured in the FSU News on May 7, 2020.  This semester, FSU awarded a record number of Honors Medallions to the Spring 2020 Graduates!  

"Florida State University awarded honors medallions to 383 high-achieving graduates — the university’s largest class to date — during a virtual ceremony on Thursday, April 30." 

To read the article by Amy Farnum-Patronis in its entirety, please CLICK HERE.

(Photo credit: Andrew Myers, FSU Undergraduate Studies)



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