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Honors Professors


 

Professors of the BioTex Seminar for Entering Presidential and Honors Scholars: Dr. Andrew Yox, and Dr. Mary Hearron (This is a seven-hour seminar that includes core curriculum courses such as the Introduction of Biology, and Texas History)
 


Dr. Paula Wilhite 


Dr. Karyn Skaar

Dr. Skaar and Dr. Wilhite teach the second-semester seminar in Psychology and Statistics



 Dr. Melissa Fulgham and Dr. Andrew Daniel teach the third seminar, taken by Sophomore Presidential Scholars in Humanities and Music Appreciation



 

       Our Honors Program is committed to the notion that it takes attention to win attention.  The six of us bring about a century-and-a-half's worth of experience as educators to the Honors Program, and we want our honors students to achieve on a regional and national level.  Our honors professors accompany our honors students to the conferences of professional associations, fall, and spring trips.  We helped vet papers that won regional and state prizes.  Your success is our success.

      We also hope that you will have an enjoyable stay with us.

 

 

     




    
 
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