Thursday, November 8, 2007
On Thursday, November 8, 2007, fifty-four Honors students filled the Gottesman Room at the
Students listened attentively as Dr. Harold Ford, Psychology professor for the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, spoke about his research and the importance of education at a cross-cultural level. He emphasized the need for students to embrace cultural diversity as a way to understand the world. In order to make the audience relate to his subject, he compared different cultures’ expressions of love.
After Dr. Ford spoke, the topics of Honors events and Honors courses were discussed. Dr. Benton asked the students about the types of events they would be interested in for the spring semester. On the agenda were trips to several museums including the International Museum of Photography, the
To conclude the event, the group nominated