Two students in an Honors seminar

Additional Honors Seminar

Contact the Honors College and ask to be registered for the Honors Seminar that you are interested in. If seats are available, you will be placed in the class. If there are no available seats, you may be placed on a waiting list and added to the class when a seat becomes available.

The following Honors Seminars are being offered for the spring 2019 semester:

ASI 400: Service Learning in the Buffalo Public Schools | Joe Gardella

Mondays 3:00-5:50 p.m. | 134C Greiner Hall

Throughout the service-learning course you'll serve as a mentor, tutor middle school students, and support teachers in the Buffalo Public Schools. The work for this course allows you to put your love of your own academic background and commitment to community engagement to work.

Student Experiences:

SOC 469: The Politics of Work, Poverty, and Punishment | Erin Hatton

Tuesdays 1:00-3:50 p.m. | 134C Greiner Hall

This upper-level seminar will investigate the intersecting politics of work, poverty, and punishment in America. As an upper-level seminar, this class will require extensive reading and intensive class participation. In it, we will explore topics such as mass incarceration and prison labor, race and citizenship, work and welfare, worker resistance and social movements. Students will gain a deep and broad understanding of these important and interrelated dynamics in American today.

Last updated: September 19, 2018 4:03 pm EST