Honors Thesis Prize in the Humanities has been established
by East Tennessee State University, The ETSU Honors College, The
Sherrod Library, and Gale (a division of Cengage learning).
This $1000 award
is intended to honor the writer of the outstanding undergraduate
Honors Thesis in
English, History, or
Philosophy for the given academic year. Only currently
enrolled ETSU students in good standing with their Honors
program are eligible to receive the award.
Students participating in all honors program are
eligible, if the thesis topic is appropriate to the humanities
area of study.
considered, the honors theses must be submitted to eThesis (http://dc.etsu.edu/honors/)
by April 15th, 2014 to be eligible.
Final consideration will be based on recommendations of
the Faculties of the participating departments.
For more information on
eThesis, please visit
The prize will
be awarded to the writer of the thesis deemed to make an
outstanding contribution to the humanities and our pursuit of a
deeper understanding of the human condition. The winning thesis
will also necessarily demonstrate originality, critical
thinking, appropriate research, and fluency in academic
Deadline for students who want to be considered for the
award to submit a completed thesis to the eThesis system.
Winner chosen and contacted
May 1st, 2014
Event-proposed 5:00 in Sherrod Library
information, contact Dr. Karen Kornweibel (Director of
Honors-in-Discipline Programs, Honors College)
at (423) 439-7506 or email@example.com