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 2014
Colonial Autonomy: Maryland's Legal Foundation, Liam Corkell
An Overview of Homotopy Type Theory and the Univalent Foundations of Mathematics, Lawrence H. Dunn III
The Prevalence of Cancer Cachexia Using Different Diagnostic Criteria, Scarlet F. Encina
The Songwriter's Vision, Rachel Alexis Espendez
Running Away on Rollerskates, Diana A. Gabor
A Multipurpose Protocol to Characterize Concussion Symptoms in College Athletes, Christopher Galletti
Quality of Life After A Total Laryngectomy: Considerations For Swallowing, Christina S. Givner, Julie Stierwalt, Leonard LaPointe, and Maria Spicer
The Standardization of Animal Markers for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Jaisyn R. Glickman
Culture, Healing, and Medicine in Amazonian Ecuador, Punam V. Gopal
Felt Forms, Kim Gregory
Zymosan Fungal Infection Induces Nucleosome Redistributions During the Innate Immune Response, Olivia K. Gruder and Jonathan H. Dennis
The Effects of Oral L-Citrulline & Caffeine Supplementation on Arterial Function in Healthy Males, Zachary I. Grunewald and Arturo Figueroa-Galvez
China Wants to Change the World (They Just Won't Admit It), Robert Joseph Haley II