|University Fellows Honors Program|
The University Fellows Honors Program (UF) is the certificate program for honors students in the College of Natural Sciences with interests that stretch beyond their major.
UF is unique among certificate programs because it gives undergraduates the opportunity to create, rather than select, a field of study. Fellows have created over 200 fields, from Health in the Developing World to Music and the Brain. They also take many courses that are developed specifically for honors students and are taught by top-ranked faculty in the sciences and humanities.
Combining the welcoming atmosphere of a small school with the advantages of a large research university, UF is home to creative, curious, and highly motivated students who enjoy extensive interaction with faculty—and with other creative, curious Fellows like themselves. Learn more about the program at the University Fellows website.
Pictured: University Fellows Student Leadership Panel, 2012-13. Clockwise from back row, left: Matthew Marget, Aspen Riser, Evan DeLord, Rebecca Nekolaichuk, Jacob Moore, Nelly Estrada, Fabi Rodriguez, Carolina Gonzales, Amanda Goldberg