Students in the Honors Program have scheduled these presentations to share the results of their various thesis projects with the university community. Each presentation is intended to last approximately one hour, with time for the student to present the results of the study and to respond to questions from those in attendance.
Below are some of our Honors Thesis presentations. Individually, projects like these reflect extensive and intense study and attention. Collectively, they represent an important commitment of the OBU university community to careful study and good writing.
- Andrew Joyce, 'It's Not Like God Has a Party': A Qualitative Study of the Changing Political Identity of Young Southern Baptists
- Hudson Payne, Limit Sets of Kissing Schottky Groups in the Pure Quaternions
- Tori Harrison, Visual Culture and its Impact on Prayer
- Alexis Besch, The Anxious Brain: A Systematic Review of EEG Technology as it is Applied to Anxiety
- Jonathan Wood, From the Heart of Hell: The Miltonic Satan and Melville's Moby-Dick
- Jana Satzler, Intimacy Wars: A Better Model to Defend Against Destructive Dating Patterns
- Dannie Deason, Evaluating Presidential Power in the Proper Context of the Constitutional Separation of Powers
- Spring 2019 Honors Thesis Presentations
- Tyler Martin, The Use of the Participle in Johannine Literature
- Brittni Smith, Models of Classroom Management
- Alec Daugherty, Just Time It Right
- Kalyn Fullbright, Adopting Costly Communication Acts: An Analysis of Adoption Promotion
- Jaclyn Beaty, To Infinity and Beyond