The 2020 Senior Honors Thesis Symposium Abstract Submission
This form allows you to submit your Senior Thesis abstract for inclusion in the Senior Honors Thesis project catalogue (even if your senior thesis is currently under re-evaluation due to your inability to access campus).

Since we cannot hold a Senior Honors Thesis Symposium in person, the Honors Program would still like to have a way to recognize your hard work and achievement. We are planning on putting together a listing of students' projects (title, thesis major, advisor, abstract) that can be shared with people who are interested.

We are also hoping to have a canvas "course" available where you can post your thesis project (including a video or powerpoint presentation, if relevant). More information on that will be forthcoming.

If you received funding through the Honors Program for your Senior Honors Thesis, you should submit your abstract through this form. This abstract can include your progress made so far, with the understanding that you might be slightly in limbo at the moment. Knowing that individual projects have been impacted by COVID-19 campus closures, you are strongly encouraged to submit a presentation to the Canvas course mentioned above, but it will not be a requirement. Your grant will not otherwise be impacted, as we understand that these changes have been out of your control.

If you have questions, please contact Matt Kohlstedt at

(Please ignore the bracketed paragraphs below, we're just leaving it in as the previous sign-up protocol.)
{This is the registration to present at the Eighth Annual Senior Honors Thesis Symposium on Saturday, April 18, 2020 from 9am-4pm at Memorial Union. Any Honors student who is completing a senior thesis this year (2019-2020) is invited to present at the symposium. To register to present (you will be giving a 10-12 minute talk on your research to an audience), simply fill out the following information which will be used to place you into an appropriate session. Please register to present by the end of the day Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

Students registering to present are expected to stay for the entire event (or as much as possible). Registration includes a light breakfast, a lunch, and a reception which will finish around 4pm. Faculty mentors, family members, and friends are invited and will be able to register to attend the symposium on a separate form.

Information about parking near Memorial Union is available here:}
What is your first name? *
What is your last name? *
What is your email address? *
What is/are your major(s)? *
In what department are you completing a senior thesis? *
Who is your thesis advisor? *
List your second advisor (if applicable)
What is your thesis advisor's email address? *
List your second advisor's email address (if applicable)
What is the title of your senior thesis? *
Please share a brief (200 words or less) abstract of your thesis project: *
Note: This helps us get a general sense of your project in order to group you with other students in the symposium. A booklet with abstracts will be given to guests at the symposium to help them choose which sessions to attend. You will have an opportunity to revise your abstract if needed.
Please list any dietary restrictions.
Other accommodations requested?
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