Welcome to the Hutton Honors College (HHC) where interdisciplinary and experimental learning are not only nurtured and encouraged, but fill the entire intellectual space. No other place exists on our magnificent campus that offers a better opportunity to study with some of Indiana University's best scholars, researchers, teachers, and artists.Andrea Ciccarelli, Dean
Upcoming HHC Events
Join us for dinner and small group discussions about food and migration, food cultures, and local food systems. Panelists joining us for this event include Simone Cinotto, Jennifer Watkins, Vivian Halloran, Olga Kalentzidou, Kayte Young, and Michael Bryant. Attendees should come prepared to discuss a variety of topics focused on food culture and food systems. A light dinner from Sofra Café will be served. RSVP required.
The Institute for European Studies is happy to announce three Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence $500 awards to IU undergraduate students recognizing outstanding research papers related to any aspect of European politics, society, or culture, whether current or historical in scope. The papers may have been produced for the purpose of servding as an honors' thesis or a capstone project. Priority will be given to students who plan to further their engagement with Europe through future travel, work, or study abroad.
The deadline for applications is April 24, 2019 (Wednesday) at 5 pm.
Are you stressed about finals? That one last paper or presentation? You can relieve your stress by finger painting! Stay the whole time or come and go as you please. Live music and Baked! cookies. All materials will be provided.
Many Worlds, One Globe
The Many Worlds, One Globe program combines research and extracurricular activities with support for pedagogical initiatives focused on multiculturalism and globalization. This multi-year initiative is part of the Hutton Honors College's 50th anniversary and the IU Bicentennial celebration.