Elaine Sheehan (‘18)
Elaine is a junior majoring in English. She loves getting involved on campus and meeting people throughout Westminster's small community, but especially appreciates the connections she’s made through her involvement in the Honors College. Elaine has been a writer and editor for the Honors newsletter, Honorable Mention, since her freshman year and is eager to increase student involvement by recruiting many new writers (and future editors) during the upcoming year. In her free time, Elaine loves going to the theater (or participating in the productions), rock climbing with friends, or enjoying the mountains she calls home.
Elaine is excited to continue her involvement with the Honors College through the Student Honors Council. Her goal for this year is to spread awareness of the incredible opportunities available to Honors students and maintain the tight-knit community during this exciting time of growth. She wants every Honors student to take advantage of and enjoy the opportunities offered by the college as much as she has.
Holden Rasmussen (‘18)
Holden is a senior philosophy student at Westminster. Currently, he is working on an independent research project through the Honors College. This coming year he will be applying to graduate programs in philosophy and, potentially, the Fulbright Scholar program. On campus, Holden has filled a variety of roles, including ASW Senator, resident advisor, research assistant, ethics bowl co-captain, supplementary instructor, and principal bassoonist for the Westminster Chamber Orchestra. In his free time, Holden enjoys reading, listening to music, and trail running.
Holden is excited to connect Honors students together outside of the classroom this year. He hopes to encourage thoughtful and invigorating conversations at SHC events. He also hopes to involve students in the exciting developments taking place in the Honors College in the near future.
Julie Norman (‘20)
Julie Norman is a sophomore and treasurer for the Student Honors Council. She’s studying music and pursuing a custom major in mathematical economics. In the future, Julie hopes to pursue a PhD in economics and to further build her harp teaching studio. On campus, Julie participates in a wide range of activities. She is the president of Mock Trial, history club officer, resident advisor for summer housing, and a performer in many of Westminster’s music ensembles. She’s currently working on a research project with Honors professor Sean Raleigh, analyzing the possible economic implications of the United States State of the Union Addresses. Julie is also working with the Start Center to organize Westminster’s first disabled student orientation and to start a chapter of the National Disabled Honors Society on campus.
Julie is an enthusiastic individual who’s always up for a challenge and a good laugh. She loves podcasts, movies, and is a self-proclaimed foodie. As an SHC member, she wants to create a smooth transition to the Honors College and create a welcoming environment for lateral-entry students by integrating the Honors community into the rest of campus.
Max White (‘20)
Max is a sophomore from Magna, Utah. Max is currently studying Economics and minoring in philosophy with the hope of attending law school in the future. In addition to being on the Student Honors Council, Max is also a resident advisor, an Honors peer mentor and the vice president of Westminster's Mock Trial team.
Max is excited to be more involved with the Honors College and looks forward to fostering the growth of the Honors community through events and activities. As historian, Max hopes he can capture and document the memories that make the Honors College unique.
Diana Khosrovi (‘20)
Diana is a sophomore from Boise, Idaho. An aspiring lawyer, she is majoring in public health and minoring in philosophy. Diana most enjoys the supportive environment that epitomizes the Westminster student body and as such, she enjoys getting involved in many different clubs and activities across campus. For example, Diana is serving as a Presidential Ambassador, is involved in both the Ethics Bowl and Mock Trial community, enjoys running the Griffins Taekwondo club, and is a resident advisor.
As secretary for SHC, Diana is excited to record the monumental transition that the Honors community is going through. Diana would love to see Westminster’s Honors community grow and she plans to utilize her activity in the different sectors of student body life here at Westminster as a means to put a face to the Westminster Honors community both for the rest of the Westminster student body and the off-campus community.