How to Advise for an Honors Thesis

Tuesday, March 12th from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in KIPJ – I

Mentoring Honors student theses is a rewarding and educational experience.  Each year, Honors students rank completing a senior thesis as the most valuable experience in the program and working with theses advisors as one of their most meaningful relationships.  It gives faculty a chance to mentor promising young scholars who are often headed to graduate programs.  In order to graduate from USD’s Honors Program, students must complete the Honors Senior Thesis Colloquium, a capstone course for seniors in the program.  During this seminar, students present the results of independent and original inquiries to faculty and peers in the Honors Program.  The Thesis Advising CEE event will cover useful tips and feedback regarding Honors thesis advising.  Four experienced faculty members will answer questions and give guidance.  And there is food!  Come join us for an insightful and useful look at mentor Honors theses.

How to Advise for an Honor Thesis Event Flyer

To register for this event click here or call Johnny Bobe II at the Center for Educational Excellence at (619) 260-7402 or email

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