A highlight of the undergraduate University Scholars program is the required senior honors project. Honors projects involve an intensive exploration of a topic that is related to the student’s major and is studied within the context of the Christian faith. These projects demonstrate one way in which SPU students engage the culture in order to change the world.

Current honors projects are now included in this series. Past completed honors projects are included in the permanent collection at the SPU Library.

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Honors Projects from 2014

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The Soul of Korean Christianity: How the Shamans, Buddha, and Confucius Paved the Way for Jesus in the Land of the Morning Calm, Colin Lewis

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Emergence, Scale, and the Layered Model of Biological Systems, Katie Morrow

The Privileged Voice, Gabriel Much

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Case Study of HP to Learn About IP, Rachel Murphy

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The Lord of the Rings and The Weight of Two Worlds: An Exploration of Faith in Fantasy, Danielle Myers

Gender Disparity in Effective Chest Compression Delivery during Cardiopulmonary Resusitation, Claire Grace Nieman

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The Nature of Pilgrimage: Similarities and Differences Between El Camino de Santiago de Compostela and El Santuario de Chimayo, Miguel Ortega

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Relationships between Equine Management Practices and Intestinal Parasite Infection, Abigail Pagel

Free Trade Zones: Development Possibilities for Nigeria, Lauren Pederson

Group Therapy Structure in Holistic Treatment of Homeless with Persistent Mental Illness, Sarah Peterson

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Split-Spinach Monitoring of RNA Aptamer Assembly, Tucker A. Rogers and Grant Andrews

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Giving Power to the Powerless: Elizabeth Gaskell's Presentation of Women in an Age of Change, Charis Tobias

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A Foreign Text in a Foreign Land, Dylan A. Vernon

The Effects of Anosmia on AVP Regulation of Parental Behavior and Aggression in Peromyscus Californicus, Caroline Vokos

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Staying Alive: Dynamic Equivalence Theory and Film Adaptation, Sarah Welch

Honors Projects from 2012

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United States Military Cohesion after the Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, Stephanie E.V. Brown