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School of Business Departmental Honors Program

The Departmental Honors is designed for motivated students with superior academic records to pursue an individual project in their major discipline. It offers opportunities for students to discover and study topics of special interest, develop research skills, and recognize outstanding performance in the field of their study.​

Conducting an honors project can set you ahead of your peers when looking for a post-graduation job, applying to graduate school, or in advancing your current career, so please consider this great opportunity.

Departmental Honors students are eligible to receive monetary awards to support their projects from the Anne & Bob De Stefano Undergraduate Research Program​.

Upcoming School of Business Departmental Honors Information Session: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. in Alger 202
Future School of Business Departmental Honors Information Session: Scheduled on Late February 2019

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​School of Business Honors Projects In Progress: AY 2018-2019

Student Name Major Project Title Expected ​Project Completion

Faculty Advisor

Carnevale Daniella M. MKT Self-Congruity, Advertising Effectiveness, and Body Size: A Deeper Look Into “Real” Advertising in the Fashion Industry Spring 2018 (In Progress) David Blanchette, Ph.D.
Giraldo, Esteban FIN Relationship Between Financial Markets and Natural Disasters in the United States Fall 2018 Kemal Saatciouglu, Ph.D.
Lukowicz, Brianna E. ECON Education Shapes the Mind, but What Shapes Education? Spring 2019 Sanae Tashiro, Ph.D.

School of Business​​ Recent Honors Projects

Student Name Major Project Title Project Completion

Faculty Advisor

Almanzar, Lissa MG​T Leadership and the Social Psychology of Lean Enterprise​ Spring 2017 Paul Jacques, Ph.D.
Blachly, Ben ECON Rental Premiums for Eco-retrofits: An Analysis of LEED for Existing Buildings​ Spring 2014 Sanae Tashiro, Ph.D.
Corry, Allison P. MGT Maximizing Training Effectiveness through Compatibility of Training Methods with Occupations and Industries​ Fall 2010 Shani D. Carter, Ph.D.
Cristovao, Miguel MGT Antecedents of Career Satisfaction in Entrepreneurs Spring 2015 Paul H. Jacques, Ph.D.
Delmonico, Byron S. MKT Take 5: The Greatest Combination on Earth​ Spring 2014 Stephen P. Ramocki, Ph.D.
Laguerre, Joshua MGT Can Leadership Be Developed? Spring 2010 Randy DeSimone, Ph.D.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Page last updated: September 17, 2018