Spring 2023 graduate, Emily Kostbade has been awarded the prestigious Boren Scholarship and will be headed to Senegal fall 23!
Spring 2018 grad, Jeddie Sophronious' chapbook, "Blood Letting" is out this year and a full collection of his poetry is to be published in 2024.
Summer 2020 honors grad, Khadejah Al Muhaisin, wants to give women hope.
Honors exercise science grad, Kassidy Davis, talks juggling work, school, and extracurriculars.
Honors alum, Dr. Nadia Tremonti was featured in the documentary short, "Palliative," which explores pediatric end-of-life conversations.
Check out this Communities In Schools spotlight on honors college alum, Jack Szott.
A great feature on MLive on recent grad and Seita Scholar, Alexis Lenderman!
Since its inception in the 1960s, the Lee Honors College at Western Michigan University has been proud to celebrate the accomplishments and achievements of its students and alumni. We continue this tradition here, and encourage you to share your awards, significant events and news with each other and the honors college community.
"I am so happy I joined the LHC family during my sophomore year. The LHC made me realize I wasn't just a face in the crowd and that college wasn't just academic–it's building relationships, challenging yourself and surrounding yourself with people who believe in you." ~ Madelyn Aittama, B.S. in biomedical science, minors in dance, psychology and chemistry, 2017, summa cum laude. Honors thesis: "Implementation of a Biology Summer Bridge Program for First-Year Biology Majors."
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In addition to our regular Facebook page, where you can find the latest honors college news, we also maintain a closed Lee Honors College alumni group where you can find photos from reunions and other events. You can also follow us on Twitter @LeeHonorsCol and Instagram /leehonorscollege.
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We would love to hear about what you have been up to since graduation. Share your story with us to stay connected and up-to-date on the latest happenings in the college.