“For me, EHP goes beyond its name. EHPers may be honors students on paper (academics, performance in extracurriculars, etc.) but what really sets EHP apart from any other honors program or society is the creative, collaborative, community space that the students, Scot Douglass and his family form.

To us, being in EHP means being engaged in both engineering and in life, embracing ourselves and each other as individuals who each have something unique and special to offer each other, having a thirst for knowledge and understanding, and working with each other, rather than against each other, to each find our own successes and victories.”

Erica Wiener (’13, Environmental Engineering)