On April 19, nineteen graduating seniors presented their theses at the Department of History's Honors Symposium, which took place in the Michigan Union. Students each presented a brief overview of their original thesis, after which Professor Christian de Pee presented the following awards: 

  • Arthur Fondiler Award for Best Undergraduate Thesis: Zev Miklethun (first); Lindsey Smith (second)
  • John A. Williams History Award: Noah Fisher
  • Stephen J. Tonsor History of Ideas Undergraduate Honors Award: Samuel Mathisson, Paris Shusterfallou
  • Stephen J. Tonsor Best Oral Presentation of Thesis Award: Sarah Mauger
  • Elizabeth Sargent Lee Medical History Prize: Hannah-Ruth Long
  • James A. Knight Scholarships in History: Krista Albertins, Annalise Perry, Liat Weinstein, Ziqian Zheng

Prior to the symposium, the LSA Honors Program announced the following award:

  • Terrence J. McDonald Prize for Archival Research: Zev Miklethun

View a list of this year's thesis topics or the 2022 Honors Symposium Program (PDF). Selected photos are available below.