A&S Hall of Honor

The College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Honor recognizes the A&S alumni, students, faculty, administrators, staff and other supporters who made the most significant and lasting contributions to the College, the University, the local community and the larger society since the establishment of the College in 1907.

2014 Hall of Honor Induction of Dr. J. Blaine Hudson

View photos from the ceremony.

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2012 A&S Hall of Honor Inductions

On February 16, 2012, five new members were inducted into the College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Honor. Dean Blaine Hudson hosted the February16, 2012 Induction ceremony celebrating these remarkable individuals:

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2010 A&S Hall of Honor Inductions

Four new members were inducted into the A&S Hall of Honor on Thursday, February 25, 2010:

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2009 A&S Hall of Honor Inductions

In February 2009, four former A&S faculty and administrators were inducted to the Hall of Honor, recognizing their lasting contributions to the college and university.

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2007 A&S Hall of Honor "Centennial Class" Inductions

A new tradition is established during the 2007 A&S Centennial Celebration

In November 9, 2007, more than 200 alumni and friends of the college gathered at the Brown Hotel for the "A&S Centennial Celebration and Hall of Honor Induction."

The inaugural class of 20 inductees included a wide range of A&S alumni, former faculty and administrators, and others who helped shape the college we see today.

Dean Blaine Hudson writes, "The Centennial Class of inductees included only a few of the many faculty and administrators who built and sustained the College, and only a few of the former students who achieved distinction in their lives after U of L. Thus, the creation of the Hall of Honor was not, nor was it intended to be, a one-time event, but the beginning of a new annual tradition— a tradition with no sunset date as long as A&S continues to attract world-class faculty, staff and students."

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