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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The End of a Dynasty: The Death of the Romanov Family, Jamie Hendrickson

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Origins of Jazz in America, Megan MacFalane

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Muhammad, Money, and the Moors: Behind the Muslim Conquest of Iberia, Matthew D. Moss

Submissions from 2015

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The Days of the Enrages, Jamie Hendrickson

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Arthur: Where Did He Go?, Siddarth Palaniappan

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And Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, Miss Judy Garland, Sarah N. Simmons

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The Occupation of Japan: An Analysis of Three Phases of Development, Adam M. Woodside

Submissions from 2014

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The Noble Experiment, Scarlett Longdon

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The Fall of the Bastille: The Voice and Power of Paris, Harold Lowery

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Power Struggles in Salem, Sarah Pawlicki

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The Dark Side of the Love Generation, Jessica Stanze

Submissions from 2013

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The Lives of American Japanese in World War II Internment Camps, Harold Lowery

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The Nika Riots, Harold Lowery

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First Lady of the World: Eleanor Roosevelt, Emily Pawlicki

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Eugene V. Debs: the Transformational Years, Sarah Pawlicki

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Maximilien Robespierre: "The Incorruptible", Sarah Pawlicki

Submissions from 2012

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The Political Persecution of a Poet: A Detail of Dante's Exile, Jason Ader

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Medieval Torture: A Brief History and Common Methods, Makena Bennett

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The Counterculture Movement, Hannah Fink

Submissions from 2011

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Short Story set in the Late 1920s, Elizabeth Davis

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The Steam Engine and Industrialization, Wyatt Sherlock

Submissions from 2010

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Julius Caesar: Veni, Vidi, Vici, Stephanie Houser