College of Arts & Sciences Senior Honors Theses
About the Collection
The University of Louisville (UofL) College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) Senior Honors Theses collection includes college honors projects completed by A&S undergraduate students who were approved to graduate either summa cum laude (or magna cum laude with a 3.65-3.74 expanded grade point average) from December 2012 forward. The purpose of this collection is to provide free, electronic, easily searchable access to these projects so that future high-achieving UofL undergraduate students majoring in an area within A&S may pursue similar levels of achievement and college graduation honors. The projects have been reviewed and approved by the faculty members of the A&S Senior Honors Thesis Committee, and the student authors have granted permission for the University to publish their work in this manner. The creation of this electronic undergraduate thesis collection has been made possible through a partnership between the University Honors Program and the University Libraries Digital Collections. Any A&S Undergraduate Senior Honors Theses that were completed and approved prior to December 2012 are currently preserved in a paper collection in the University Archives in Ekstrom Library, and these can be requested by contacting this office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (502) 852-6752.
Conditions of Use
Unlike the items that appear in some of the University of Louisville's other digital collections, the University does not own exclusive rights to the works appearing in its collection of electronic theses. These titles appear here courtesy of their authors who have retained their copyrights.
Kirsten Armstrong, Assistant Director of Advising for the University of Louisville Honors Program coordinated with Tyler Goldberg, head of Technical Services, University of Louisville Libraries, to create this digital archive of Honors Program theses.
Sarah Frankel and Tami Sexton create metadata and upload PDFs to CONTENTdm. Sarah Frankel creates MARC records for OCLC and the University's online catalog. data and MARC records and adds Library of Congress Subject Headings.
Terri Holtze designed the HTML pages.
All of the authors of these theses are warmly thanked for their cooperation!