All members of the campus community are invited to attend the Honors Thesis Defense Presentations that are taking place on campus from April 20-24. We hope you are able to support our students as they defend their works.
Audience members are encouraged ask questions and provide feedback to our students following their presentations.
The capstone of the Honors Program is the Honors thesis that is completed in the students’ senior year. Students can choose the topic to explore which usually draw from their past academic experiences. Students must also possess an excellent understanding of the subject area, its theoretical assumptions, and its research methodology. Thesis presentations require considerable independent thinking and creativity, self-discipline, and effective time management.
The full schedule of presentations can be viewed by clicking here.
Submitted by: Lisa Fischer, executive associate, academic affairs