The Honors in Management (HIM) Seminar is a two-semester sequence course that gives students the opportunity to work with senior-level faculty in a specialized format. In the fall semester, the HIM course will be team taught with various faculty members. For the spring semester, students will form teams to develop substantial research projects under the direction of one of the participating faculty for the remainder of the academic year. HIM students must successfully complete both MGT 490 and MGT 491 in order to receive the Honors in Management designation at graduation.

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Honors Paper from 2021

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The Effect of Disability Inclusion on Brand and Product Perception, Alexis Bainnson and Leah Wren Hardgrove

The Effect of Capital Punishment Abolition on Crime: An Analysis of the Deterrent Effect, Elena He and Beth Grundy

The Impact of the 2008 Financial Crisis on Hyman Minsky: Looking at Financial Fragility in Keynesian Macroeconomic Thought, Ella Needler

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Do academic accolades affect future academic performance? Analyzing short- and long-term impacts of the Dean’s List, Abigail Suppan and Samantha Gerber

Honors Paper from 2020

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Time for a Political Climate Change?: How Elected Leaders Influence Constituent Climate Change Attitudes, Lexi Jackson and Karen Villalba-Acosta

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Stakeholder network as a determinant to the degree of synchronization between a firm’s values and its stakeholder management strategies. A comparison between public and private companies using mission statements and corporate charitable donations., Chazz Powell, Wendy (Jingying) Hu, and Sofia Miranda-Fred

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Talk on the Block: Using public forum sentiment to predict housing prices, Luke Sammons, Josh An, Josh Hill, and Karan Toshniwal

Theses from 2019

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"Can I work with your group?" Assessing Preferences Among the Washington University in St. Louis Undergraduate Community Towards International Students in Classroom Group Formation, Marisa Ippolito, Aneesha Bandarpalle, and Hank Michalski, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

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Ticket to Abide: The Role of Implicit Bias in Chicago Parking Ticket Distribution, Annelise Morgan and Ryan Farhat-Sabet

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The Effects of Oklahoma's Universal Preschool Policy on Long-Term Educational Outcomes for Students, Betsy Morgan and Madison Stoecker, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)