John F. Reed Honors Program - Who Teaches Honors

Who Teaches Honors?

The John F. Reed Honors Program welcomes innovative, unique, diverse, collaborative contributions by permanent faculty members from across the college campus. Since 2012, over forty-five (45) Honors Forums have been facilitated by twenty-seven (27) different instructors, representing seventeen (17) different academic disciplines and program units: 

  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • English
  • Political Science
  • Philosophy
  • Rhetoric
  • Adventure Education
  • Art
  • Chemistry
  • Religion
  • Anthropology
  • History
  • ​Writing
  • Sociology
  • Exercise Science
  • ​Peace and Conflict
  • ​Theater

In all, 96% of Honors Forums are taught by permanent members of the Fort Lewis College Faculty. This includes the gateway course--HON 250--as well as the capstone sequence--HON 450 and HON 451--for graduating seniors. Other faculty supervise Independent Studies (299/499) for Honors Scholars or share in guiding multi-disciplinary capstone projects. 

Here at Fort Lewis College, all disciplines and colleges share in supporting the John F. Reed Honors Program. All are welcome to participate in teaching honors.

​If you are a permanent faculty member, please join us. Apply to Teach Honors!

Consider Us

We care about our Honors Scholars. We talk with our Honors Scholars daily. We eat together, laugh together, work together, research together, and learn together. If you want to be challenged and cared for . . . apply here!