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CHC announces winners of the inaugural Three Minute Thesis competition
These students are responsible for publishing the CHC Post newsletter and creating other communications for the Clark Honors College.
CHC students are resourceful, creative and athletic when it comes to activities outside the classroom. Juggling the academic demands of being a college student can be difficult.
Age: 20Year at CHC: SophomoreMajor: Psychology and Global StudiesHometown: Denver
Age: 22Year at CHC: Fifth-year seniorMajor: SociologyHometown: Eugene
Age: 19Year at CHC: FreshmanMajor: UndeclaredHometown: McMinnville, Ore.
CHC holds Three-Minute Thesis competition on April 20 Come cheer on CHC students as they compete to win as much as $500 in prize money. Free food – including tasty sweet and savory treats from Noisette Pastry Kitchen – will be served.
Miriam Alexis Castellón Jordan has spent a lifetime learning and she wants others to appreciate the colors that life brings.
The CHC junior has a dream of having an impact on the way elementary school students are educated.
Dedication, helping others and honoring community.
EJI fellow to give lecture on Black cinema 
How the Clark Honors College community has an impact on the male-dominated field of data science.
Poetry, writing, and reading are what makes this celebrated CHC professor tick.
CHC students in the debate and mock trial program step into real world with the skills that help them succeed in life.