Welcome to Barrett, The Honors College
Four Unique Honors Experiences, One College
Students in Barrett, The Honors College experience a small, intellectually and socially vibrant community where their own unique talents and interests are nurtured and developed. Honors students also have access to the vast resources of Arizona State University and enroll in a disciplinary college to pursue one or more of 275-plus majors and concentrations.
In September 1962, the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) convened its first convention in Fresno, California, initiating a multiracial movement that would result in the creation of United Farm Workers and the first contracts for farm workers in the state of California. Led by Cesar Chavez, the union contributed a number of innovations to the […]SEE ALL NEWS STORIES
“Living with the Past: Communities and Stories at a UNESCO World Heritage Monument in South India”
Using the region in and around the UNESCO World Heritage Monument of Hampi, center of the 14th-16th century Vijayanagara empire in southern India, Dr. Kathleen Morrison considers how people living at different times have engaged with the past.
“Achieving Justice & Opportunity in the 21st Century: Now is the Time”
In this insightful lecture, Mary Frances Berry will address the domestic and foreign human and civil rights issues and the fight to obtain justice and opportunity for all. She will discuss how economic and societal forces affect social movements, fostering leadership and commitment to activism, and using peaceful protest as a catalyst for change.