Join us! Online Research & Creative Inquiry EXPO 2023
Live the week of May 11th
Students are encouraged to undertake independent research, such as an Honors Thesis or research under the supervision of a faculty member. Students can also work with a faculty member for pay or for credit.
Why write an undergraduate thesis?
Resources for writing an Honors Thesis
Contacting a Professor to be your mentor
Kamelia Kilawan: research from the student’s perspective
Kamelia concentrated on Journalism and Religious Studies. Her research question began with her curiousity about the thread that binds the City’s ethnic communities and wanted to use her thesis to strengthen her research skills as a journalist. She won the CUNY Thomas Tam Prize, the Susan A. Locke Outstanding Honors Student Award, and attended Columbia’s graduate journalism program.
Stevie Borrello: Journalism thesis “The Modern-Day Migrant Worker: The Life of a Filipina Domestic Worker in New York City”
Stevie prepared an inspiring multimedia expose on the social, political, and migrant status of domestic workers in the U.S. told through the life of Nene Abellanosa, a Filipina domestic worker in NYC. He was awarded the Kanner Prize for Outstanding Baruch Honors Thesis and received mentorship from Professor Bridgett Davis, of Journalism and the Writing Professions.