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East Tennessee State University

 
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    2018 Boland Undergraduate Symposium

    Held in March each year, the symposium highlights and celebrates the scholarly efforts and achievements of undergraduates in a broad range of disciplines at ETSU, from the humanities to the sciences. The symposium is named in memory of Dr. Jay Boland, an ETSU mathematics professor who served as director of the University Honors Scholars Program from 2002 to 2006.

  • 2017-18 Honors College Student Council Members standing outside Yoakley Hall

    2018 Honors College Student Council

  • Presidential honors Community Service Scholars group picture.

    A $6,000 scholarship is awarded per academic year and is renewable for eight semesters.

    The new cohort-based scholarship program provides an opportunity for high-achieving students with a passion for community service to develop as active citizens, scholars and leaders.

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