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Alumnae and alumni are encouraged to continue their involvement in the Honors Program in myriad ways: through generous support, through membership on the Honors Advisory Board, through interactions with students on campus, through helping with internships, and, in some cases, through their teaching as Honors faculty. Especially notable examples of Honors stewardship include the Richard and Judy Perlman Honors Commons and the Peter Schweitzer Endowment and Scholarship Funds. We are proud to include among our current Honors faculty Frederick Amrine, Professor of German, who is an LSA Honors graduate.
We're currently featuring Alumni Profiles, published monthly and written by Alum Rachel Severin. The diversity of experiences of these former U-M Honors students is impressive, as is their continued commitment to their alma mater. You'll also find on-line editions of our annual newsletter, LSA Honors Forum, with department news and student profiles.
Looking to connect with past classmates, or alum living and working in specific regions? Join our LinkedIn network using the button below.
Recently graduated? We're looking forward to publishing your thesis in Deep Blue. You'll find steps for this process on the Theses Archives page. And don't forget sponsored events held by the U-M Alumni Association: check out Career Call-In: An Introvert's Guide to Successful Networking (Tuesday, June 18, at 12pm).
To borrow a quote from the U-M Alumni Association page: "For those who leave Michigan but for whom Michigan never leaves, this is where you belong."
Connect with other Honors Program alumni and alumnae by joining our LinkedIn group. We hope you'll enjoy using this social networking site to post and explore career opportunities, share alumni news, and develop mentoring relationships.