honors program

300 Lippitt Hall, 5 Lippitt Rd., Kingston, RI 02881

honors.uri@gmail.com – 401.874.2303

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University Honors Program

Advising

If you have any questions about the Honors Program, please contact our advising team:

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Freshmen and sophomores (in UC):
Prof. Cheryl Foster, Associate Director
Lippitt Hall, Room 300H
cherylfoster.uri@gmail.com

Nancy Caronia, Honors Lecturer
Lippitt Hall, Room 303
ncaronia@uri.edu

Sophomores and above:
Deborah Gardiner, Program Coordinator
Lippitt Hall, Room 300A
debg@uri.edu

Prof. Lynne Derbyshire, Director
Lippitt Hall, Room 300B
derbyshire@uri.edu

Any level student preparing for their Honors Project:
Prof. Carolyn Hames, Associate Director
Lippitt Hall, Room 300G
chames@uri.edu
Click here for detailed information about the Honors Project.

Potential fellowships candidates:
Kathleen Maher
Assistant Director for National Fellowships and Academic Opportunities
Chair, Health Professions Advisory Committee
Lippitt Hall, Room 300C
kmaher@uri.edu

Pre-health students:
Brian Clinton, Pre-Health Advisor/Lecturer
Lippitt Hall, Room 303
brian_clinton@uri.edu

Kathleen Maher
Assistant Director for National Fellowships and Academic Opportunities
Chair, Health Professions Advisory Committee
Lippitt Hall, Room 300C
kmaher@uri.edu

Contact Us

General inquiries:
URIhonors@etal.uri.edu

Honors Director:
Lynne Derbyshire, 401.874.4732

Associate Director:
Cheryl Foster, 401.874.4022

Associate Director:
Carolyn Hames, 401.874.2813

Assistant Director:
Kathleen Maher, 401.874.5875

Program Coordinator:
Deborah Gardiner, 401.874.2303

Program Specialist:
Caitlin Green, 401.874.9483

Honors Lecturer/Advisor:
Nancy Caronia, 401.874.2267

Pre-Health Lecturer/Advisor:
Brian Clinton, 401.874.2576

Congratulations

Morgan Breene, '14, an Anthropology and History major who earned a highly prestigious Marshall Scholarship to continue her studies of underwater archaeological sites in the UK. (Watch this short video to learn more!)

Alyssa Neill, '14, a Nutrition & Dietetics major and Honors student was one of only 61 juniors nationwide to be awarded the prestigious Truman Scholarship in 2013. Selected for her academic achievement, leadership ability and commitment to a career in public service, Alyssa received a $30,000 scholarship for graduate study, attended a Truman leadership institute, and has joined the ranks of a global network of Truman Scholars.

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