- Women's and Gender Studies Major
- Gender and Health Major
- Honors Program
- Honors Program Requirements
- Recent Honors Theses
- Undergraduate Courses
- Transfer Credit
- Global and Intercultural Study
- What Can You Do With a Women's and Gender Studies Degree?
- Herman Family Internship Initiative
- Dorothy McGuigan Prizes
- Feminist Practice Award
- SOAR - Research Program
Students who have meet the eligibility requirements for the Honors Program apply in the Fall of their junior year. Admitted students elect the Junior Honors Seminar in the following semester, and then the Senior Honors Seminar and Honors Thesis independent study courses during their senior year.
Given the interdisciplinary nature of Women’s and Gender Studies and Gender and Health, theses can take multiple forms; students will work with their faculty advisor to determine the appropriate method, length, and format of their thesis based on disciplinary norms. Students and their advisor should discuss and agree upon these expectations early in the program.
The Honors Information Session will take place on Tuesday, October 10, 2023, 4:10-5:15pm in 2239 Lane Hall, 204. S. State St. First, second and third year WGS and Gender & Health majors interested in learning more about writing an honors thesis are invited to attend.