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Quotation of the week:

"You can never be overdressed or overeducated." -Oscar Wilde 

Academic Integrity Statement: Missouri Southern State University is committed to academic integrity and expects all members of the university community to accept shared responsibility for maintaining academic integrity. Students are subject to the provisions of the university’s Academic Integrity Policy, published in the Student Handbook. Penalties for academic misconduct in any course may include a failing grade on the assignment, a failing grade in the course, or any other course-related sanction the instructor determines to be appropriate. Continued enrollment in a course affirms a student’s acceptance of the university policy.

In  addition, Honors students are expected to abide by the requirements and regulations of the Honors Program, and to help promote an atmosphere of honesty and responsibility in order to foster intellectual and personal growth. Any Honors student who is found responsible for violating the code of Academic Integrity by the Honors Program, or fails to uphold the behavior expected of an Honors student, will be dismissed from the program effective immediately.

Spring 2017 Honors Classes 

 

CRN

Course No.

Course Name

Time

Day

C

Instructor

Room

 

 

 

 

 

1088

1192

1365

1170

PSC 120

COMM 100

ART 110

BIO 101

U.S. Government

Oral Communication

Art Appreciation

Intro to Biology

9:00-9:50

12:00-12:50

9:30-10:45

9:30-10:45

MWF

MW

TR

TR

3

3

3

4

Nicoletti

Clark

Mintert

Roettger

Webster 206

Webster 112

HS 264

Reynolds 235

 

 

 

Biology Lab

1:00-2:50

W

 

 

Reynolds 237

 

1650

ENG 282

American Lit II

10:00-10:50

MWF

3

Brown J.

Taylor 217

 

1682

KINE 103

Lifetime Wellness

11:00-11:50

MW

2

Conklin

HS152

 

1820

HNRS 201

Service Learning

2:30-3:20

T

2

Freeman

Taylor 125

 

 

1822

1823

HNRS 201

HNRS 400

Service Learning

Research Seminar

1:00-1:50

2:30-4:50

M

T

2

2

Stanley

Welsh                   

Taylor 217

Taylor 217

 

1824

HNRS 490

Senior Thesis

2:30-3:20

R

1

Howarth

Taylor 217

 

 

1826

HNRS 495

What Makes the Water Holy?

 

1:00-2:15

 

 

TR

 

 

3

 

 

Faulstick

Taylor 217

 

 

 

 

                 

 

Information on HNRS 495 Honors Seminar course:

Honors 495: ‘What Makes the Water Holy’: Literature, Religion, and the Right to Water

Dr. Dustin Faulstick

In his song “Wings,” Josh Ritter suggests that “what makes the water holy is that it’s the closest thing to rain.” Insofar as the word holy implies an entity worthy of reverence, this course explores human interactions with water in light of the question, “what makes the water holy?” Water of course—as much as breathable air and a temperate climate—creates and maintains life. Unsurprisingly, its importance touches disciplines as diverse as religion and politics, literature and economics, health, art, environmental studies, recreation, and sociology. Dwindling and poorly managed water supplies will even lead to military action. Our interactions with water can be creative and beautiful, but are also often wasteful, divisive, and apathetic. We will look at ways shortsighted water use damages our environment and our human communities, and we will consider alternatives in an attempt to combat the growing world water crisis.

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