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Thesis Abstracts

Your abstract briefly summarizes the content of your thesis. A good abstract will concisely present the objective, method, results, and conclusion of your research. It will omit unnecessary background information and references to other works. An undergraduate Honors thesis abstract should be limited to 150 words.

The following links connect to documents containing recent Honors thesis abstracts. Use these documents as

  • a guide to writing your own thesis abstract;
  • an indicator of the type of thesis you can write;
  • a directory of professors in various departments who have mentored theses;
  • a way to discover the diversity of interest found in the Honors Program.

2014 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2013 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2012 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2011 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2010 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2009 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2008 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2007 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2006 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2005 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)

2004 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)