Like the Honors Review, the Collegiate Review presentation of the project should be 20-40 minutes with time after that for questions. The Honors Review presentation will probably need to be revised, if not completely rewritten, with a broader audience in mind before it is given for the largely nonspecialist audience. You should prepare your presentation …  

You, as the student pursuing honors, need to find a time for your Collegiate Review and find and schedule a room to hold it in. Your director can/should help with finding a room. This turns out to be a lot more work than you would expect. You may find it necessary to change one or …  

The Collegiate Review Committee is chaired by an ASC member and will also include an at-large faculty member and the project’s director. You will recommend to the ASC the faculty member at-large and indicate this recommendation on the Recommendation for Honors form. Prior to making this recommendation you must get permission from the faculty member …  

At the Honors Review, the committee has the option to approve a project with qualifications. That means that the committee has some substantial, but potentially repairable, problems with the project. Approval with qualifications means that you now have a small window of time in which to address the concerns to the best of your ability. …  

If the Honors Review Committee has decided not to approve your project, there is nothing you can do. A project cannot proceed to the next level without the Honors Review Committee agreeing that it is worthy of honors in the area of study. For this reason, you are encouraged to discuss the standards for honors …  

In most areas of study, the Honors Review presentation of the project should be 20-40 minutes with time after that for questions. It is a good idea to practice this presentation at least once for your director, preferably in the room in which you will be giving your presentation. You should also make sure that …  

Each area of study has its own standards and guidelines for honors projects, but most require some kind of written report as part of the project. The final written document must have a title page (please see the title page template form found under “Forms and Resources”). The form of the final project should be …  

The definition of Honors in an Area of Study at W&J indicates that “honors represents not the outstanding accomplishment of a relatively straight forward task, but the successful completion of a difficult challenge of some importance. ” How will your project take on a “challenge of some importance?” What differentiates your project from a research …  

There are three problems that occur frequently: Be sure to address all four guidelines. The one that most often does not receive an adequate answer is the last one, in which you should justify why the project is worthy of honors. See the next Question for more details. Know your audience. The Academic Status Committee …  

This description functions as a “proposal” and as a “work-in-progress report”; we do not use either term, however, because each student may be at a different stage of the process when the Intent to Complete an Honors Project is filed. The description, however, must accomplish the following: State the goal of the project. The goal …