2021 Honors Thesis Prize Recipients

Alec Thompson

2021 Honors Thesis Prize Recipients The Honors Thesis Project is an outstanding piece of scholarly work. The threshold for receiving a prize is extraordinarily high, and the selection process is quite challenging. Faculty committees evaluated many outstanding projects, and determined prize recipients in five categories: creative, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences & engineering, and professional.…

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Hong Lee ’23 Engages in Physics Research

Hong Boem Lee

Hong Lee ’23 Engages in Physics Research Honors sophomore, Hong Beom Lee ’23 loves challenges, and with the physics research that he does, there are plenty of challenges to take on. Lee is a sophomore studying physics and mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University. He’s part of a team of 15 graduate and undergraduate students working on research…

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Leaving Seferina

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Leaving Seferina: A Documentary by Erica Morrison and Asa Rogers Erica Morrison is inviting your to the premier of her film and artist talk on her grandmother’s life story after fleeing the Navajo Reservation Topic: Erica Morrison Film Premier “Leaving Seferina” Time: May 19, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting…

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Honors Thesis Presentations, Monday, May 17

Honors Research Fair Fall 2019

Honors Thesis Presentations, Monday, May 17 Join us to support Honors graduating seniors as they virtually present the research and creative projects they have completed for their Honors Thesis. Date: Monday, May 17 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Schedule and Links will be available on the Honors website on Friday, May 14.

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Disheveling and Dissimulating Matter


Disheveling and Dissimulating Matter Please join the Syracuse Architecture students of the Disheveling and Dissimulating Matter Advisory Group for a thesis exhibition opening on Friday, May 14th at 11AM in Downtown Syracuse at 337 S Salina St. The exhibition is the culmination of architectural student work produced over the course of the past year. The…

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35 Lives 33 Years: Exhibit by Lauren Miller ’21

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35 Lives 33 Years: Exhibit by Lauren Miller ’21 Bound by Collective Grief Then and Now April 19th-23rd, Schine 304ABC An Art Exhibition highlighting Syracuse University Student Artists Curated by Honors senior, Lauren Miller ’21 “On December 21,1988 state-sponsored terrorists attacked flight Pan Am 103, killing everyone on board including 35 students studying abroad with…

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Gabriella Esposito ’22 Prepares for a Future in Finance

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Honors junior, Gabriella Esposito ’22, is laying the groundwork for her honors thesis project, exploring gender equity in financial services leadership and the historical role of women in the finance industry. Gabriella is a junior double majoring in finance and marketing management in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Her goal is to become…

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Eva Scott ’21 Explores a Winning Connection

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Honors senior, Eva Scott, is majoring in nutrition science in Falk College and studying the interconnectedness of individual, communal and environmental health. Inspired by the work of scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry to develop a blight-tolerant line of the American chestnut tree, Scott studies uses of the chestnut as food.…

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December Presentation Day

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December Presentation Day Eight students will present their Honors Thesis projects on Thursday, December 10th. Please join us to celebrate their fine work. Click on the room number to join the virtual presentation. Room 1 1:30-2:00 Kristine Do Best Practices for Affordable Housing Policy and Typology in the Context of Syracuse, NY, Policy Studies 2:00-2:30…

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Virtual Boot Camp

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Virtual Boot Camp, January 19-22 Join us virtually January 19-22 from 9am-5pm for Winter 2021 Thesis Boot Camp. We’ll have discussion groups, work plans to help you stay focused, and the assistance of librarians at the ready. Join your classmates and register here: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/EbQCsIZbRv2j

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