Undergraduate Honors Theses

 

The collection includes honors theses submitted to the Honors College by Ball State University undergraduate students in partial fulfillment of degree requirements.

Recent Submissions

  • Sterling, Joel Thomas; Stiner, Wesley Wayne (2015-12)
    Route setting for rock climbing has become a relatively new practice as new climbing gyms open every year at both colleges and growing cities. We created a manual for Ball State University's climbing gym that could be used ...
  • Smith, Rachel C. (2015-12)
    Winnie the Pooh is a collection of stories about a loveable bear and his many friends, written by A. A. Milne. Many have speculated that each of the characters in these stories represents a different psychological disorder. ...
  • Richardson, Jennifer (2015-12)
    Zoological facilities accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) play an important role in society. They provide a positive animal experience for guests while also offering a safe and healthy home to animals ...
  • Palmer, Krystal (2015-12)
    Following my journey through college as an Art Education Major, Frozen Movement delves into the depths of my artistic inspiration. Through the creation of a cohesive art exhibit using several artistic mediums, I displayed ...
  • Nelson, Quinn R. (2015-12)
    The American trucking industry is currently facing both a major shortage of truck drivers and an immensely high rate of truck driver turnover. These problems have remained persistent for over two decades, and are expected ...

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