Josh Hayes Elected to Honors College Board of Visitors

by: Prince, Glover & Hayes Monday, July 26th, 2010

Prince, Glover & Hayes lawyer Josh Hayes has been elected to the University of Alabama’s Honors College Board of Visitors. The Board of Visitors is a 24-member board of civic leaders dedicated to pursuing the mission of the Honors College: recruiting, educating, and promoting the best and brightest students at UA. The Honors College, created in September 2003, affirms the University of Alabama’s commitment to empower its students to achieve the very top of their potential, and then be rewarded for that achievement.

The University of Alabama bases its success on being a national, student-centered, research-driven university. UA’s Honors College puts the emphasis on being student-centered and provides a small-college feel within the context of a larger university setting. The Honors College exists to empower its students to achieve to their greatest potential and to receive recognition and reward for their achievements.

The four pillars of the Honors College–innovative scholarship, civic engagement and leadership development, cultural interaction, and advanced research–provide a comprehensive and holistic experience for our students. The Honors College emphasizes these aspects of the undergraduate experience because they will help our students develop as total individuals, deepen their learning, and make them more competitive on the job market and for graduate and professional school admission. We encourage our students to invest themselves in their undergraduate education, and we will provide all the resources needed to turn their visions into reality.

The Honors College has an outstanding reputation and Josh is proud and honored to begin his service on this board.

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