The Honors Colloquium is the year-end celebration of the work of students in the Faith & Reason Honors Program. Culminating four years of study, by way of six honors seminars, the colloquium offers to the Seniors an opportunity to share the fruits of their scholarship with the University community.
Participants in the Honors Colloquium include all student members of the program, all faculty teaching in the program, the staff (members and advisors) of the Salesian Center for Faith & Culture, and other invited guests. Alumni of the Honors Program are also invited to return to campus to participate in the event.
At the colloquium, each Senior presents a five-minute summary of the Honors Thesis that he/she developed during the semester. The colloquium concludes with the presentation of the annual "Faith & Reason Honors Thesis Award", as judged by the ► Review Committee of the Salesian Center.
The Honors Colloquium usually takes place on Sunday April 21, 2013, from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m.