The Honors Council is a group of dedicated honor students which assumes the most important leadership roles within the Pforzheimer Honors College. The Honors Council was founded in Fall 2007. The council serves as a venue for honors students to explore their leadership abilities as well as social and academic curiosity.
The Honors Council plans and organizes events which benefit Honors students and the entire Pace Community. The Council is in charge of creating ideas that will invoke a sense of community within the Honors College and the rest of the student body. The Council also serves as a liaison between the Honors College and other campus organizations.
Honors Council members are encouraged to attend all events sponsored by Honors. Special consideration should be made by executive board members and committee co-chairs.
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We are proud to announce our Honors Council Members for 2016-2017
- President: Jonathan Sangas -Hello, my name is Jonathan Sangas and I am the President of the Honors Council. I am a third year nursing student, who enjoys rigorous work environments as much as destressing. I am a Resident Assistant and work with first-year students in Alumni Hall. My experience and expertise is in the areas of event planning and community development.
- Vice President: Cati Amaral - My name is Cati Amaral and I am the Vice President of the Honors College Student Council. I am a Junior Nursing major with a Minor in Psychology. I look forward to working with you all in the Honors College!
- Treasurer: Alexandra Parisi - My name is Lexi Parisi and I am a junior nursing major. I have been very involved on campus since freshman year and look forward to being your treasurer again.
- Secretary: Kristin Costantin - My name is Kristin, I am a third year nursing student, and I live on campus. I have been very involved in the honors program and activities since my freshmen year. I am currently the Secretary of the Honors Council, and you can almost always find me studying in the Honors Lounge in Kessel. I am very excited for this semester, and all of the wonderful things to come.