George H. Cook Scholar Papers (1968-present) are senior honors theses from students in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (formerly Cook College) who conduct independent research studies as part of the George H. Cook Scholars Program. The papers are cataloged in QuickSearch under the series title George H. Cook scholar papers, and are located in the Chang Library (STACKS LD4751.25.G478).
Henry Rutgers Scholars Theses are senior honors theses from students who conducted independent research studies as part of the Henry Rutgers Scholars Program between 1951 and 2008.
Mabel Smith Douglass/Stanton-Anthony Honors Theses (1981-2008) are senior honors theses from Douglass College students who conducted independent research studies as part of the Douglass Scholars Program.
Paul Robeson Scholars Theses (through 2008) are senior honors theses from Livingston College students who conducted independent research studies as part of the Livingston College Honors Program.
SAS Honors Theses are independent research projects completed by seniors in the School of Arts and Sciences. The program replaced the Henry Rutgers Scholars Program, the Douglass Scholars Program, and the Livingston College Honors Program beginning with academic year 2008-2009.
For information on the availability of SAS Honors Theses, please contact the SAS Honor's Program.
Some departmental honors papers completed at Rutgers, generally those with New Jersey or Rutgers related topics, may be cataloged and appear in QuickSearch or may be housed in the Rutgers University Archives. Tips for searching are included in a separate section of this guide.
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