Students who fulfill all the requirements of the Honors College, including successfully completing a senior thesis or project, earn the special distinction of graduating as an Honors College Scholar. This distinction is noted on student transcripts and the designation of Honors College Scholar is conferred at UVM's commencement ceremony.
The following is a collection of theses submitted by Honors College Scholars.
Theses from 2014
Modeling of Common Terns, Sterna hirundo, on Lake Champlain and Predictions for the Future, Rochelle A. Streker, Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Department, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Portrayal of Suicide in Postmodern Japanese Literature and Popular Culture Media, Pedro M. Teixeira, Japanese
The Wonderful (Natural) World of Disney: Dilemmas of Authenticity in Visual Culture About Nature, Erin M. White, Anthropology
The Impact of European Football Player Transfers on Share Price, Kevin Whitehead, School of Business Administration
Political Alienation in American Society, Michael J. Wood, Sociology
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) for Volume Estimation, Adam Zylka, Civil and Environmental Engineering