Class of 2024 Honors Thesis Papers
Theiija Balasubramanian – American Family Treatment Courts: How North Carolina FTCs can show us the path forward.
Annie Cui – COVID-19’s Impact on Undergraduate Students’ Priorities, Major Decisions, and Career Aspirations at Duke University.
Pilar Kelly – ShotSpotter in Durham, NC: Service or Burden? A Community Sentiment Evaluation,
Rose Lee – Knowledge Dissemination Within the Caregiving Community.
Lia Lemieux – Rural Politics of Minnesota.
George McCabe – How the Fast Track Intervention Impacts Adult Criminality
Amiya Mehrotra – Higher Education as a Vessel of Democracy: How Higher Education Institutions Can Promote Political Participation in their Programming Following the Example of Olin College of Engineering.
Henry Park – Exploring differences between first and continuing-generation student experiences of the Duke Engage Summer Program.
Anisha Reddy – The title of my thesis is Shifting School Climates for LGBTQ+ Students: An Impact Analysis of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Law.
Juliana Shank – The Medicare Advantage Quality Bonus Program: Boosting Beneficiary Experience or Blowing Cash?
Rory Smith – Mind the Gap: A Comparative Analysis of Adolescent Mental Health, Social Determinants of Health, and Medicaid Policy in North Carolina.
Kathryn Thomas – Voting Early and On-Campus: How Universities Optimize Convenience Voting to Increase Student Voter Turnout in North Carolina.
Darshan Vijaykumar – Singaporean Perspectives on Effective Data Privacy Legislation.
Christina Wang – What Do Americans Think Democracy Means?
Rujia Xie – Mapping the Palate Palette: Examining the Community and Consumer Food Environments of Durham, NC.
Ellen Zhang – The Impact of Advance 2021 Child Tax Credit Payments on Low-income Households’ Real Income and Labor Supply.
Past Honors Thesis