CHC juniors: This series of workshops is just for you! If you missed them, resources from the workshops will be available after each event!
The offerings in "Honors Thesis/Project: We'll Get You There!" help students understand and prepare for the Honors Thesis/Project—from development of an idea through submission of the final paperwork.
All workshops are held:
CHC Events Hall
September 21: What is an Honors Thesis or Project? How do I get started?
Attend this workshop to learn more about the following topics:
- Why a thesis?
- Timeline for completing a thesis
- Scope of thesis
- Finding a committee
- A thesis seminar vs an individual thesis
- A thesis in social and behavioral sciences
- A thesis in a STEM field
- A thesis in the arts
October 19: Developing a Thesis Concept and Proposal
How do you work this research thing? What kinds of research are suitable for a thesis? How do you think up and develop a research topic? How do you develop a thesis proposal? This interactive workshop will address these questions, and more.
November 2: Time Management and Writing Habits
This workshop will help you learn strategies to manage your time and set realistic goals in order to successfully write your thesis.
February: Resources for Research
Reference Librarian, WEB DuBois Library
Explore the research and writing process in more depth.
March: Research Skills
Hear from a variety of faculty who have sponsored theses from different disciplines.
April: Putting the Pieces Together
Now that you are launched, how is it going? Do you need help? You will have a chance to ask questions and assist in troubleshooting any upcoming issues.
This timely workshop will also cover how to finalize your 499Y form and register your thesis.