The Honors Program provides a mentored pathway through the curriculum designed to help students develop skills in creative inquiry, pursue advanced topics within and across disciplines in great depth, and master complex analytical and research skills. The honors curriculum begins with Honors Seminars and Tutorials designed for first- and second-year students to introduce them to the skills of creative inquiry across disciplines. The honors curriculum culminates in an honors independent research or creative project under the mentorship of a faculty member in the student’s area of academic interest. Students are provided guidance and assistance not only from faculty mentors, but also from a vibrant community of fellow honors scholars as they develop and complete their honors independent projects.

Honors Projects are submitted to Digital Commons @ OWU by the conclusion of the spring semester.


Submissions from 2022


Brahma and the Problem of Popularity, Grant Cayton


Impact of COVID-19 on Occupational Therapy Service Delivery in Public Schools, Amanda Ciccone


Let's Talk About Social Justice, Anna Fender