The offerings in "Honors Thesis/Project: We'll Get You There!" help students understand and prepare for the Honors Thesis/Project—from the development of an idea through submission of the final paperwork. We have included some resources here.
What is an Honors Thesis or Project? How do I get started?
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
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?
Time Management and Writing Habits
Kelin Loe from the Writing Center provided strategies to manage your time and set realistic goals in order to successfully write your thesis.
Dixie Brown, CHC writing coach can meet with students on an individual basis and provide guidance about writing for honors courses.
Resources for Research
Kate Freedman - Reference Librarian, WEB DuBois Library
Explore the research and writing process in more depth. Find resources and strategies for researching your thesis or project. University librarian Kate Freedman will walk you through the steps of organizing your thoughts and information as you undertake your thesis. She will also discuss literature reviews and other tools that will assist you in reaching your goal of a completed thesis or project.
View the powerpoint presentation here