A with Honors Projects are completed in regularly scheduled classes. Students are expected to do a minimum of fifteen hours of scholarly work on their project. Projects should challenge students intellectually, allow them to express themselves academically and to explore unique ideas. A with Honors Projects are not necessarily more work, but they do allow students to be academically challenged and express themselves creatively. All Projects are approved by the Honors Director.

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Submissions from 2016

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Guaging Student Levels of Comfort and Approachability, Hannah Li

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That was Sooo Funny, Yulina Park

Submissions from 2015

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Personal Space at Parkland College, LaTianna Dumas

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America's Place in Globalization: A Retrospective, Jessica Stanze

Submissions from 2014

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Evolution, Snakes, and God: A Brief Argument for Agreement, Jessica Stanze

Submissions from 2013

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The Clothing Culture of Parkland College, Abigail Brooks

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The Gamer Tribes: An Ethnography, Sonoma Bryan

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Understanding Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude: An Analysis with a Lens for History and Anthropology, John D. Norcross

Submissions from 2012

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This Paper is Only Skin Deep: The Socio-cultural and Biological Reality of Human Variation, Paige Jamieson

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Ethnography on the Pottery Place, Ciara Reilly

Submissions from 2011

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History of the Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park, Jacqueline C. Vermaat

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Who were the First Americans?, Bruce Willis

Submissions from 2010

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Anthropology Display Case, Roth E. Vowels

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Ethnography of the Hemphill Family Tree, Bruce Willis