All honors students are required to complete and present an Honors thesis in order to graduate as a Kugelman Honors Scholar. Students will submit proposals and theses through the online thesis submission system. All deadlines, formatting requirements, frequently asked questions, and sample documents are in the online system.
Honors Thesis Timeline
Students should visit the Honors Thesis Submission System for more information. It is never too early to get started. Dr. Tomso and Robin Jones work with students working on their Honors thesis. Students should review the site, and contact Robin with any initial questions.
Proposals are due the semester prior to the semester a student intends to begin working on the thesis.
Starting thesis work spring 2015: thesis proposal due October 24, 2014
Starting thesis work summer 2015: thesis proposal due April 3, 2015
Starting thesis work fall 2015: thesis proposal due June 26, 2015
Starting thesis work spring 2016: thesis proposal due October 30, 2015
Fall 2014 thesis due: November 7, 2014
Spring 2015 thesis due: April 10, 2015
Summer 2015 thesis due: August 7, 2015
Fall 2015 thesis due: November 6, 2015
Spring 2016 thesis due: April 8, 2016
Ruth Ashley presenting her Honors Thesis at the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) Conference in New Orleans. Ruth is an Pace Honors Scholar who graduated in Fall 2013.
Anna Bauer presented at the Pace Honors Scholar dinner on her trip to Nepal. Anna completed thesis research in the field of physical therapy during her trip.
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) facilitates collaboration between students and faculty through funding and administrative support of undergraduate scholarly work. Undergraduate presentations are encouraged via the UWF Student Scholar Symposium and travel awards to national and regional conferences.