Clark Honors College Faculty Research

 

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The R.D. Clark Honors College is a small liberal arts college located within the University of Oregon. The oldest four-year public honors college in the nation, the Clark Honors College allows students to supplement their education at the greater university by meeting their general education requirements with an intensive Honors College curriculum specifically designed for high-achieving students.

In addition, it provides them the opportunity to participate in graduate-level studies through discussion-based colloquia, and the completion of an undergraduate thesis, which students must defend before a faculty panel. Thus, with an emphasis on small class sizes, high levels of interaction between students and faculty, and academic excellence, the Clark Honors College aims to create a community of scholars where students can develop fundamental intellectual skills in the highest and most challenging way possible while participating in a supportive and collective atmosphere.

For more information on the Clark Honors College, visit the Web site at: http://honors.uoregon.edu/

To search the UO Libraries' online catalog for additional publications from the Clark Honors College, click here.

Recent Submissions

  • Frank, David A. (American Forensic Association, 2004)
  • Frank, David A.; Bolduc, Michelle K. (American Society for the History of Rhetoric, 2004)