Undergraduate Honors Theses
The Honors College at the University of Utah is a place for motivated, engaged students to make a difference and impact the world. Here students get the most out of their college education with excellent professors who love to teach, small discussion-based classes, and active learning. The final step to receive an Honors Bachelor’s degree is the Honors Thesis which is a significant undergraduate research project completed under the supervision of a faculty member. Thesis projects may take different forms in different majors but always demonstrate research expertise in the major field, a command of relevant scholarship and an effort to contribute to that scholarship.
Urban Ecology Honors Theses:
The Colorado River Compact: Questioning the Past, Present, and Future Justification by Ian Harris
From Ground to Air: Connecting Nonemergency Medical Transportation in Rural Utah by Samah Sufia Safiullah
Drawing the map by Isobel Lingenfelter
Human pathways to the Great Salt Lake by Nicholas Hadfield
Urban planning public engagement: the importance of values research in pedagogy by Patrick Crompton