The Pell Scholars Honors Program was created to serve as an interdisciplinary honors program that focuses on international relations and public policy. It was created to honor the life and work of former United States Senator Claiborne Pell (RI-D, Ret.).
A senior thesis is required in many of the university's disciplines. All senior theses are gathered here.
Submissions from 2007
Language Shift: Spanish in the United States, Alison Philbrick
Rural Schools and Academic Achievement, Elissa M. Slason
Investigating the Worldwide Popularity of Forensics, Heather Stankiewicz
When Educational Technology Meets New Pedagogical Methods, Stephanee Synnott
Submissions from 2006
I Am: Identity, Maturation, and the Ideal Woman in Bronte’s Villette, Malissa Brennan
Stopping Racism Through Art, Courtney Cowsill
The Life of Simon Wiesenthal as Told by the New York Times, Mary Cate Kelleher
The Impact of the European Union on Spain, Christine Ryan
Submissions from 2005
Driver’s Licenses and Illegal Immigration: Issues of Controversy, Catherine M. Marshall
Guest Worker Programs: Problem or Solution?, Erin McKenna