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The Arab Spring: Tarif Youssef-Agha

HCC Honors College presents Arab-Syrian author & poet Tarif Youssef-Agha: The Arab Spring— 5 Years Later. The author signed copies of his new book "A Journey Around the Arab Spring…

From  david.wilcox@hccs.edu A year ago  | 25    | 0  

HCC Honors College Study Abroad 2015

Join HCC Honors College students on their travels to France and Barcelona.

From  Ruben Duran A year ago  | 54    | 0  

Dr. Ranjana Varghese

Writer and Honors College professor, Dr. Varghese focus on her interest in history and memoir as she reads excerpts from her upcoming memoir and discusses the ways in which history and myth shape…

From  Ranjana Varghese 2 Years ago  | 57    | 0  

Roosevelt, Muir, Clio, and Me

Honors College Professor, historian and author, David Wilcox presents an overview of his recently published historical novel "Roosevelt, Muir, Clio, and Me" </br> Roosevelt, Muir,…

From  david.wilcox@hccs.edu 2 Years ago  | 107    | 0  

Honors College Study Trip 2014

In March of 2014, sixteen Honors College students from Houston Community College spent nine days traveling throughout England. This is a short video of their learning experience.

From  Houston Community College 3 Years ago  | 19    | 0  

Dr. Roger Wood

Dr. Wood discusses how nurturing one's awareness of community history and culture can satisfy the need to feel connected.

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Dr. Lydia French

In Escuchando al Silencio de los Antepasados, Dr. French presents a literary genealogy of sound and listening in Greater Mexican literature.

From  Lydia French 3 Years ago  | 275    | 0  

Honors College in Turkey

In March 2013, the HCC Honors College, partnering with Houston's Raindrop Foundation, took Honors College students to Istanbul, Bursa and Izmir. The Eleven-day trip gave students a…

From  Ruben Duran 4 Years ago  | 446    | 0