He is a Psychology major and a current Undergraduate Research Award (URA) Scholar. He has served as a research assistant at UMBC as well as Johns Hopkins and also works as a tutor and mentor in the Learning Resources Center (LRC).
Read more about Nicholas' research here...
Winner of the 2013 Sloan-C Effective Practice Award. The Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) is the leading professional online learning society devoted to advancing quality e-Education learning into the mainstream of education through its community.
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Open to all students in their first year
Designed for students in their first year, the Honors University seminar reinforces the lecture through study skills, exam preparation, time management, and other key skills. Most courses meet general education requirements.
Spring 2014 classes:
AGNG 100Y: So you say you want a Revolution?
AGNG 200Y: Aging People, Policy & Mgmt
AMST 100Y: Introduction to American Studies
ANTH 211Y: Cultural Anthropology
HIST 102Y: American History, 1877 - Present
HIST 111Y: Western Civilization, 1700 - Present
HIST 200Y: Themes in World History
MATH 106Y: Algebra & Elementary Functions
SOCY 101Y: Basic Concepts in Sociology
In fall 2013 Dr. Tice is teaching FYS 102A: Images of Madness.