The Fall 2020 Thesis Pitch will kick off virtually on Dec. 2nd.
The Thesis Pitch, co-sponsored by the Honors College and the Center for the Advancement of Students and Alumni, is a virtual competition, challenging undergraduates to “pitch” their research projects in an informative and engaging way in just three minutes or less. This semester, we have 12 student presenters highlighting their work in a variety of fields.
On December 2nd, their thesis pitch presentations will be live online for you to view. You will also be able to vote on the People’s Choice Award, which comes with a $50 cash prize. The voting deadline is Dec. 6th, and winners will be announced the second week of December. (A panel of expert judges will assign first place, valued at $100, and second place, valued at $75.)
Check back soon for links to the presentations!
Did you know?
The Honors Thesis Pitch is the culminating event for students across the university who are writing an Honors Thesis.
Any Georgia State undergraduate with a qualifying GPA can apply to write an Honors Thesis.
An Honors Thesis can come from a class project, study abroad or field studies—or they can come from an entirely fresh idea. To learn more, contact Research Program Coordinator Emily Buis using this form.