The Wright State University Honors Program was created in 1972 to meet the needs of the University's brightest, most ambitious students. It is open to students of all majors and provides a varied curriculum consisting of honors sections of Wright State Core courses, service-learning courses, interdisciplinary core courses in the humanities and social sciences, and broadly interdisciplinary upper-level topical seminars.

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Submissions from 2017

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Service Animals in Elementary Classrooms: Examining Educator and Family Perspectives of a Working Service Animal in an Elementary Classroom, Jenna Falldorf

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The Art of Leader Judgement in Organizations: A Qualitative Investigation of Its Development, Michayla Fuller and Rachel Sturm

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La Magie comme paradoxe dans Moi, Tituba, Sorcière Noire de Salem, Jamie Gaffin

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Engine Analysis, Thomas Gaier

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Automated Impact Device, Jason Montavon

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Creation of a Novel Human Wound Model to Test Novel Wound Healing Approaches, Nathan Northern

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A Leveraged Buyout of Paychex, Inc., Devon Zielanzy

Submissions from 2016

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Micro-Raman Investigation of Residual Stresses in SiC/SiC Composites, Kaitlin Kollins

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Dynamic and Static Stretching are Equally Effective Techniques for Female High School Soccer Players, Morgan Stefanoff

Submissions from 2015

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Facilitating Increased Treatment Adherence in Adult Mental Health Patients, Elizabeth Lavezzi