On Wednesday, April 26, students in the Commonwealth Honors program on the Canton Campus held their annual honors conference, where projects were on display in the Akillian Gallery.
Five students were awarded Honor Garden scholarships: Kaylee Basel, Bradford Besson, Jennifer Brady, Cyre Coleman, and Evan Weidmann.
The Brockton Honors conference was held on Wednesday, May 3, in the Upper Student Lounge on the Brockton Campus. Research projects from students enrolled in Seminar in Ethics, Human Growth & Development, Brockton as Text, and individual Honors Directed Studies were presented to the college community. Topics included prison reform, charter schools, and project-based learning.
The mission of the Commonwealth Honors Program at Massasoit is to create enriched educational opportunities for academically talented and highly motivated students; to encourage the recognition of these students as an integral part of our college community; to encourage faculty to mentor these students; to assist in the transfer of these students to four-year colleges and universities appropriate to their needs; and to provide opportunities for independent study as well as small peer classes for students who can work above the collegiate norm to develop individual skills.