Samford University The BelltowerNovember 2004

Honors Program Students Defend Theses

“...The Honors Program supplements and complements the regular curriculum of Samford University and admits a maximum of 72 students each academic year...”

Three students participating in Samford’s Honors Program will defend their honors theses in early December.

Rebecca Hodges will defend "The Role of Multilingual and
Multicultural Language and Education Policies in the Francophone
Post-Colonial World: The Failure of Haiti and the Success of Lebanon"

Abby Green will defend "Aggression: How Socio-Demographic and
Family Factors are Associated with Children's Attitudes and Aggressive
Behavior"

Miki Sekimoto will defend "Parental Involvement in Emergent
Literacy"

The Honors Program supplements and complements the regular curriculum of Samford University and admits a maximum of 72 students each academic year. Selected students take honors sections of Samford’s core curriculum as well as general education classes during their first two years at the University. They then take a junior year seminar together and, in their senior year, produce and defend honors theses.

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