Since 2018, the Honors Thesis Forum has provided an opportunity for senior Honors Thesis writers in Newcomb-Tulane College to present their research and findings to the wider Tulane community. Presentations vary in length and format, with a mixture of individual and panel events.
Students who complete Honors Theses at Tulane devote an extraordinary amount of time and effort to developing their research over the course of their senior year (and often well before that). The Forum showcases the incredible projects they produce, ranging across a wide variety of disciplines. Thesis writers also improve their presentation and expository skills through the experience. In addition, the event demonstrates to younger students the myriad possibilities that come from writing a thesis, inspiring them to work towards their own projects as they approach their senior year.
The 2021 Honors Thesis Forum will be held in a primarily virtual format, with live sessions scheduled in the evenings of April 20-22 and during the day on April 25.
Click the links below to view programs from previous years.