The Schreyer Honors College provides students of superior academic ability an opportunity to enrich their educations through honors-level course work and independent study. To provide stimulating intellectual experiences outside the classroom, the program also sponsors regular seminars, field trips, social events, and other extracurricular activities. Atherton and Simmons Halls have been designated to provide a special on-campus living environment for Schreyer Scholars. Participants in the program must: 1 maintain a 3. Students successfully completing the program will be awarded an honors diploma. Participation in the Schreyer Honors College is by invitation.
Welcome to the starting point for the Penn State electronic honors thesis database.
Penn State - Schreyer Honors College (SHC)
After exploring many topics of interest during her first year, she found that the programs within the College of IST would uniquely allow her to explore those interests through a multidisciplinary lens. She ultimately landed on dual majors in security and risk analysis and Chinese Language and Culture. At Penn State, Flannery served as a research assistant for the College of IST, assisting in the design and deployment of a remote adaptation of ongoing investigations into cloud user deletion models and methods; and for the Center for Language Science in the College of the Liberal Arts, investigating the role of implicit learning in language comprehension and generalization. A Schreyer Honor Scholar, Flannery designed, deployed and analyzed an independent research project for her undergraduate thesis to investigate the role of speaker identity in the interpretation of Chinese null pronouns.
Penn State Electronic Theses for Schreyer Honors College
The purpose of this award is to recognize the awardees for the excellent research undertaken for their senior honors thesis. We have 9 students who are completing their theses in history this year, three of whom are receiving this award. Sam is completing her senior honors thesis under the direction of Dr. Mathias Hanses.
Electronic submission of the final Honors Thesis became a requirement beginning spring semester Honors theses submitted prior to spring semester will not be found on this database. Both the mandatory draft submission and the final thesis must be submitted electronically through this site. All final theses are open to the public. If there is a reason usually for patent or proprietary purposes your thesis should not be released to the public, you must contact the Schreyer Honors College and request restricted access.