House System Helps Connect Students, Community

As an active living-learning community, the Purdue University Honors College uses a house system to help students connect to each other and the larger community. The houses offer events, activities and camaraderie for all students, as well as way for those students to gain increased comfortability with their surroundings and their professors.

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Purdue Honors College Participating in the 2018 OECD Forum

Purdue Honors College Dean Rhonda Phillips and four Honors College students presented research at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Sixth World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy in late November. Through this participation, the Purdue Honors College discussed policies that impact quality of life in countries across the globe.

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Honors College students present research at National Collegiate Honors Council conference

Three Honors College students recently represented Purdue University at the 2018 National Collegiate Honors Council conference in Boston and are urging other students to explore this opportunity.

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Honors College, Krannert Student Gemma Flanagan Provides Hub for Campus Connection

Honors College and Krannert School of Management student Gemma Flanagan aims to break down networking barriers with the Student Krannert Hub, a “one-stop shop” to help students learn about clubs, classes and professional development.

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