HONORS COMMUNITY: 41st Annual Last Lecture
Dr. Cathy Bullock Delivers “Rock the Vote: Putting the Communication Revolution to Work”
On September 28, 2016, Dr. Cathy Bullock, from the department of journalism and communication, delivered the 41st Annual Honors Last Lecture to an audience of more than 150 people in the Caine Performance Hall. The Last Lecture is a long-standing Honors Program tradition that gives honors students the opportunity to recognize one professor whose outstanding mentorship of undergraduates has changed students’ lives both in and outside the classroom. Dr. Bullock’s timely lecture, “Rock the Vote: Putting the Communication Revolution to Work” urged faculty, students, and community members to exercise the right to vote and to verify news sources in seeking a balanced view of the issues.
Kenyon Smith, an honors senior in electrical engineering, nominated Dr. Bullock and then and introduced her at the event. He described Dr. Busby’s impact on his education, in an honors general education course, and encouraged other students to express their gratitude to professors who change their lives.
The University Honors Program is proud to recognize Dr. Bullock and all other professors who make a difference in students’ lives at Utah State University.