First-Rate Honors Program
Graduate receives Harvard University Presidential Scholarship
HFCC Henry Ford II Honors Graduate, Ardeta Gjikola (Class of 2005), received a Presidential Scholarship from Harvard University in 2008. She was also a recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship which she continues to receive. After graduating from HFCC, Ardeta completed her B.A. in Biology at the University of Michigan in December 2007.
Student Work Presented at LAND Student Conference
HFCC student Barbara Haugh presented at the Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) Student Conference; her paper, which was developed as an Honors Directed Study, took First Place in the Psychology category, Fall 2008.
Hana Shannir also presented at the LAND Student Conference; her research paper on the effects of natural products on yeast growth, which was completed as an Honors Directed Study, won First Place in the Biological and Physical Sciences Category, Fall 2008. Her paper was also accepted for presentation at the Sigma Xi National Science conference in Washington, D.C. in November 2008.
HFCC Phi Theta Kappa Chosen to Host Regional Convention
HFCC’s Alpha Xi Mu chapter was chosen to host the 2008 Regional Convention. Members of Phi Theta Kappa from schools around the State of Michigan will be visiting HFCC’s campus for the event.