Take a look at just a few of our past OS Honors Theses for a sample of the excellent work students have accomplished.
Caroline Canning ('13): Motivating Employees to Do Good: The Role of Leader Morality and Competence
Maor Cohen ('12): Fermenting Innovation: Talk is not Cheap and Valuing Leads to Value
Melanie Gingell ('14): Malleability of Self-Perceived Gender among Men: Examining the Role of Motivated Cognition
Rachel Goldman ('17): The Influence of Positive Organizational Practices on School Climate in Middle School
Jonathan Hulting-Cohen ('12): Diffusion, Adoption, and Adaptation: An Organizational History of El Sistema in the United States
Kaitlin Keane ('14): Gendering of Compassion in Organizations
Zoe Miller ('16): Understanding Blameworthiness and Treating Juvenile Violence
Shira Moskowitz ('15): Gender and Leadership Among Reform Rabbis in the United States and Canada
Alice Murphy ('15): The Environmental Context of Corporate Sustainability Reporting
Katherine Ruehrdanz ('17): Partisanship and Hate: Influences on Attitudes towards Civility and Violence among Protestors
Haley Sakwa ('14): Taking Steps Towards Diversity: K-12 Outreach at Selective Universities
Paul Vicinanza ('16): Identity-constrained Isomorphism: An Integrated Model of Organizational Mimicry
Yourui Yeo ('13): Where Leaders Draw the Line: How Ethical a Boss Do You (Think You) Want?