All students in the Honors Program are required to conduct independent, scholarly research in their major field of study. During the Honors Senior Thesis Seminar, seniors in the program present their work in the form of an oral presentation to colleagues and faculty mentors, and as a written thesis that demonstrates mastery of the material.

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Undergraduate Honors Theses from 2015

John Milton’s Orphic Dependency, Magenta S. Reynolds


Bitcoin: Currency of the Future or Investment Property, Kelly Y. Yu


Making the Vision a Reality: Staging the Unreal in Realist Theatre, Sarah Zentner

Undergraduate Honors Theses from 2014


The Effect of pH and Counterion on the Size Distribution and Luminescence Lifetime of Terbium-Doped Lanthanum Nanocrystals, Sarah Baker


The Actual Cost of Cell Phones, Kelsey Engelhardt