Name: Linda Coach-Riley
Phone: 713.313.7458
Email: coach_lf@tsu.edu

 

 


SPECIAL NOTE TO SCHOLARS WHO ENTERED
HONORS COLLEGE IN OR AFTER FALL OF 2011

In your junior and senior years, you must take four courses with Honors College themes.

These are courses you normally would take to meet the graduation requirements in your majors – courses you normally would have in your degree plans.

You and your instructors would tweak the work you do in the courses in order to make sure that each course incorporates at least one College theme.

As you try to meet this requirement, it is extremely important that you hold conversations with your advisor in the Thomas F. Freeman Honors College.

Make sure you hold the conversations as soon as possible – before you register for the summer of 2014 and/or for the fall of 2014

Students with "A" to "D" Last Names: Contact
Dr. Candy Ratliff, at ratliff_ch@tsu.edu and at 713 313 6721

Students with "E" to "I" Last Names: Contact
Dr. Gloria Batiste-Roberts, at robertsgb@tsu.edu and at 713 313 7205

Students with "J" to "R" Last Names: Contact
Dr. Dianne Jemison Pollard, at jemisonpollard_df@tsu.edu and at 713 313 6722

Students with "S" to "Z" Last Names: Contact
Dr. Hector C. Miranda, at mirandahc@tsu.edu and at 713 313 6723.

Honors College requirements say you must take these four courses.
See your Honors advisor about meeting the College’s requirements.


ADVISING FOR SUMMER 2014 AND FALL 2014

The Honors College requires that current freshmen, sophomores and juniors meet their College advisors as part of their registration for courses in the summer and fall of 2014.
At these meetings, the freshmen will receive advice on the taking of Honors sections of General Education courses, and sophomores and juniors will receive advice on the taking of Proposal Courses.
These special courses are requirements the students have to meet under the Honors College curriculum THAT HAS BEEN IN FORCE SINCE THE FALL 0F 2011.
For information on their designated advisors, students should see the REMINDERS box to the left of this box. Get ready for SUMMER 2014 and FALL 2014!


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Senior and Honors College scholar Destiny Omeire is the principal author of a peer-reviewed article in the current early on-line edition of Mitochondrial DNA.
The article has the title Complete Mitochondrial Genome of Germain’s Peacock Pheasant Polyplectron Germaini. It arose from a DNA sequencing project in which the collaborators with Omeire were Dr. Hector Miranda Jr., Interim Assistant Dean in the Honors College, and Dr. Daniel Brooks of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Omeire also was a recipient of an award in the Summer 2013 Undergraduate Research Program of the Office of Research at Texas Southern University.