The University of New Orleans Honors Program is designed to challenge academically astute students, offer a curriculum that will prepare them for success in their respective fields, and reward those motivated and competitive enough to achieve high academic goals. Besides earning the distinction that accompanies academic success, honors students participate in small, challenging classes taught by select faculty. They also have the opportunity to contract with professors of regular classes to receive honors credit by fulfilling additional academic requirements. The senior honors thesis requirement allows students to immerse themselves in advanced independent study, utilizing the experience and guidance of their thesis adviser.
This collection offers users full-text access to undergraduate theses created by students in the University of New Orleans Honors Program, from December 2011 to the present.
Honors theses submitted prior to the Fall 2011 semester are available through the Louisiana Digital Library but are limited to on-campus users. The UNO Library’s Louisiana and Special Collections department also houses print copies for most theses produced between 1985 and 2008. These can be identified through the online catalog.
If you have any questions about this collection, please contact the UNO Library at 504-280-6549 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theses/Dissertations from 2013
Protein Interactions in mRNA Methylation Complexes, Yazan Ali Alqara
Reassessing the Myth of the Irish Channel: An Archaeological Analysis, Blair Alexandra Bordelon
Omega Point, Christine Carey
Extending Human Compassion by Implementing Legal Rights for Animals, Lindsey Childers
Iron Citrate Toxicity Causes aco1Δ-induced mtDNA Loss in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Muhammad Ali Farooq
Care Packages, Lee Garcia
Magical Process, Patrice Loar
The Effects of Sugar on Mental Health in Marijuana Smokers, Megan N. Long
Church Reunification: Pope Urban II’s Papal Policy Towards the Christian East and Its Demise, Michael Anthony Lovell
Lavanda: Connecting Film with the Five Senses, Josue A. Martinez
Kindle: Changing the Publishing Industry, Toan Ngo
Real Time Algorithmic Musical Variation Using Style, Johnathan Pagnutti
Testosterone Reactivity to Skydiving, Swornim M. Shrestha
Anything Else, Lauren Walter
NGOs and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Case Study of Haiti, Anna Marie Walter Pineda
Theses/Dissertations from 2012
Creating, Writing, and Reading NETCDF Files on a Mobile Device, Brittany Allesandro
Changes, Tylyn Anson
Localization of Ime4 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Jenisha Ghimire
The Horizon of Happiness, Benjamin D. Gilbert
Forensic Carving of Wireless Network Information from the Android Linux Kernel, Brendan D. Saltaformaggio
Trend Analysis of Nepalese Banks from 2005-2010, Manish Sapkota
Calculation of Time-Dependent Heat Flow in a Thermoelectric Sample, Sunni Ann Siqueira
Gender Differences in Autonomic Nervous System Reactivity to Stress, Brittany Verret
Pragmatism as American Exceptionalism, Philip L. Wells
Theses/Dissertations from 2011
The Ripple Effect, Ashley J. Hunter
Recycle, Christopher R. Smith