Dr. Ryan Hebert, UT University Organist and Associate Professor of Music, spoke to the Honors students about creativity. He argued that we can all be creative by looking for opportunities in challenges, by finding meaning in life, and channeling our desires toward opportunities.
On October 16th, UT’s Provost, Dr. David Stern, led a Coffee Conversation with Honors Program students in the Honors dorm. The conversation was focused around the following question, “What do nationalism, populism, authoritarianism, sovereignty, and even illiberal democracy mean and why are they so important in understanding our contemporary world?” The conversation was wide-ranging, coveringContinue reading “Coffee Conversation – David Stern”
On Monday, February 5th, Philosophy professor Dr. Laura Kane led a Coffee Conversation in the McKay Hall common room. The topic of the conversation was, “How does social media use affect the way our relationships are formed or maintained?” Twenty Honors students discussed this topic with Dr. Kane for about an hour, exploring the dynamicsContinue reading “Honors Symposia – Coffee Conversation with Dr. Laura Kane”