Academics

Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors Program

The Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors Program brings exceptional students together with some of the University's strongest faculty for a challenging and rewarding educational experience.

The Proudian Program is designed for up to twelve talented students in each graduating class who wish to explore interdisciplinary learning.

The program was founded in 1977 with a contribution by Andrew and Sallee Proudian to honor Mr. Proudian's father, Vahe.  Over a number of years we have developed the program specifically for the Redlands campus using the following assumptions:

  • An interdisciplinary approach to questions is more fruitful than traditional disciplinary inquiries
  • Some of the very best learning takes place in small seminars with talented, highly motivated students and faculty
  • International study is an invaluable part of undergraduate education 

 For more information, please contact:

Daniel Kiefer
Proudian Program Director
Holt Hall 105
(909) 748-8580
Ext. 4345
daniel_kiefer@redlands.edu

 


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