The Honors Program requires students to complete six hours of an Honors project to graduate from the Honors Program.  Students can select options that are best suited for their degree, and often times are already required for many programs across campus.  Some students have opted to do research while others intern at a place related to their future careers.  Below are some of our recent graduates’ senior projects.

Kayla Davis                 

  • Therapeutic Modalities Used on the Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Program at Chestnut Ridge Center
  • The Effect of Gender on Diffusion of Responsibility

Megan Fitzwater

  • Authorization and Appropriations
  • Internship at The Potomac Advocates (Washington, DC)

Amie Kirk

  • United Way Internship (Fairmont, West Virginia)
  • The Influences and Impacts of Civil Disobedience

Jason Vanfosson

  • Mean Girls, Third-Wave Feminism, and Rape in Veronica Mars
  • Moby Dick and Popular Culture: Problematic (re)Imaging

Joseph Facemire

  • Research on VENONA Project

Dana Sayre

  • Senior Theatre Recital

Joshua Boyd

  • Internship at the Youth Academy (Fairmont, West Virginia)

Jami Nelson

Jason Noland

  • Senior Recital Research in Music
  • Wigs and Hair for 1776

Joshua Bradley

  • Internship at Azimuth Incorporated
  • Heat Transfer II Research

Contact Info

Dr. J. Robert Baker, Director
Fairmont State Honors Program
Room 311 Jaynes Hall
Phone: 304.367.4260
E-Mail:
jbaker@fairmontstate.edu