It's Turn in Time! Follow our Thesis completion process below.
Prize eligible deadline: 4/18/2019
2nd deadline: 4/30/2019
Prize eligible deadline: 4/24/2019
2nd deadline: 5/07/2019
No matter your undergraduate program or major, there is a path through the Honors Thesis process for you. Whether you continue on to graduate school, professional school, or enter the work force, your Thesis is the centerpiece of your professional portfolio.
Latest Honors Thesis News
Honors has a Capstone channel on Vimeo! Each year we have many amazing video and film submissions made by our Capstone students, that we needed a way to be able to feature and share them as fine examples of Honors quality work. All you juniors, sophomores, and freshmen will benefit from being able to see the best examples of Capstone films on our Vimeo archives. Our channel is https://vimeo.com/syracusehonors Are you an Honors student and have your own Vimeo channel? If you’d like us to…Read More
Honors can help! Henry Jankiewicz is the Honors Program Writing Consultant. He can help you with all aspects of your writing, from brainstorming ideas, organizing them on paper, to producing a polished draft. He can assist you with short assignments, term papers, and your Capstone Project. Henry is a terrifically skilled editor and teacher. He can help you not only produce a strong paper, but become a better writer. You should feel free to just drop by to talk about our work with him, or…Read More
Hello Honors Community! The Honors Program is now fortunate to have two reference librarians designated specifically to serve our students! Below is a bit more about Camille and Abby. Please do bring any and all of your research questions to them as they are eager to help you! Camille Chesley and Abby Kasowitz-Scheer are pleased to serve as library liaisons to the Honors Program. Both Camille and Abby are librarians in the SU Library’s Learning Commons, an area of the Library dedicated to supporting student achievement and…Read More
Posted on insidesu, The College of Arts & Sciences connected jewelry historian Mary Gilbert Palmer ’65 with Honors Junior Laura Marsolek. Read the whole thing … And remember, if you need advice on your Capstone, come and see us. You never know where it will lead you!Read More
Congratulations to Honors student Alaina Mallette, who was invited to the 2011 Geological Society of America annual meeting to present a poster about the work she did last summer in the Dominican Republic. Alaina is heavily involved in the DREAM project (Dominican Republic Education and Mentoring Project). More information on the DREAM project can be found here. Read the full news release from the SU College of Arts & Sciences News page here.Read More