Every semester, members of the Honors Program are expected to meet at least one of three Honors Requirements
A Fellowship is a major project in a student’s field of study that is approved by the Honors Committee and the department related to the Fellowship. It must consist of two three-credit hour semesters of work. The student will work with an Honors professor in the same department as the project. Students who complete a Fellowship are awarded a special diploma at graduation recognizing the completion of the Fellowship and will wear the Thomas More Medal.
Some of the Fellowships from past Honors students include:
- This History of Park Hills: From Founding to Incorporation – by Iris S.
- Bias in the Media – by Steve J.
- Ambiguity and Chaos: Unreliability in Literature – by Andrew T.
- Aesthetics and Videogames – by Jon S.
- Website Development for Thomas More College’s Office of Advancement – by Tandy H.
- The Harvest is Abundant: Women Religious in the Heart of the Church – by Elizabeth R.
- The Effect of Oral Tolerance on the IL-17 Response – by Michael S.
- The Vinedresser: A Novel – by Tony O.
- Perspectives on Affirmative Action – by Peter O.
- Time Series Analysis of Blazers – by Ellen G.