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Capstone Project

 The culmination of your Honors Program experience is your Honors Capstone Project.  The Honors Capstone Project is a major independent or collaborative research, creative, or service-learning project.  Students usually complete their Capstone Projects during their senior year and present their projects at a conference of their choice or the locally held Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference at the end of their senior year. Educaton majors must begin work on the Capstone Projects during their junior year due to their student teaching responsibilities in their senior year.

A how-to guide is available in the Honors Program office and also here: Capstone Booklet

 

Capstone Project Example:

Below, Laura Cressley, class of 2016 and Music Education major, presented her Capstone Project at the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference held in April 2016 at Alvernia College. 

Honors Capstone Presentation

Kaitlin Keenhold, class of 2016, is pictured below during her capstone presentation to the Anthropology Club at KU.

Keenhold Capstone

Dawn Heinbach, pictured below, presented her Capstone at the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference held at Alvernia University in April 2016. 

Heinbach Capstone

Shannon Benner, pictured below, also presented her Capstone at the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference at Alvernia University in April 2016.