The Honors in the Major program provides students with the opportunity to learn from faculty members who are experts in their field. While many students conduct traditional research, the program also supports the creative endeavors of those students in majors such as Creative Writing, Dance, Film, Music, Studio Art, and Theatre. Upon successful completion and defense of honors thesis, students will graduate "with honors" in their major, a distinction that is announced during the commencement exercises and is cited in students' official transcripts.
This is the permanent archive of theses written for graduation requirements in the Honors in the Major Program at Florida State University.
Submissions from 2013
Female Aristeiai and Women in Masculine Roles in Epic Literature, Bethany G. Chasteen
The Characterization of the Conformational Changes of Sar1 upon Activation, Travis S. CreveCoeur, Scott Stagg, Nilakshee Bhattacharya, and Nathaniel Wood-Cohan
Examination of relationships between incompleteness and perfectionism: A multi-method approach, Brittney Dane, Kristin E. Fitch, and Jesse R. Cougle
Longest Night, a feature screenplay set to music, Peter S. Davis
Influence of Parenthood on Perceptions of Warmth and Competence, Maria P. Del Carlo Mrs
A Critical Study of Jihad and Just War Theory, Harrison R. DuBosar
Emotional Regulation and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Daphne A. Durmaz
THE INFLUENCE OF AGE AND DEPRESSION ON EPISODIC MEMORY FUNCTIONING IN ADULTHOOD, Joanna M. Fitzgibbons
Empires of Halcyon: An Online Nation Simulator with Macroeconomic Modeling, Daniel W. Francis
Congressional Vote Switching and the EESA of 2008: A Case Study, Joshua R. Gendal
Program Notes: Senior Recital, Benjamin M. Gerrard
Relationships, Gender, and Suicide Risk, Teresa Gobble