SJSU Remembers Humanities Honors Program Pioneers

Friends and family recently unveiled a Washington Square Hall plaque in memory of faculty members O.C. “Clint” Williams, Jack E. Fink, Rex Burbank and Richard Tansey, pioneers of our humanities honors program. Founded in 1954, this endeavor offers students a multi-disciplinary, globally inclusive, and collaborative four-semester program of humanities-centered study. The program also fosters a unique learning community, as a faculty team works with each two-year student cohort, teaching, advising and offering guidance.

Visit the Humanities Honors Program website.