The Citadel Honors Program believes that the best path into life after The Citadel is to pursue an undergraduate research project in an area of interest.
We encourage Honors Program students to undertake research projects early in their time at The Citadel to allow for a progression of ideas, methodologies, research, and results.
Our goal, together with The Citadel Undergraduate Research Office, is to position our students to know how to conduct research. We believe this is the best way for students to be fully-prepared and positioned for success in their post-graduate endeavors.
Below is a list of some of recent research project titles for some ideas.
Taiwanese Identity Shift
Cortisol in Human Hair
Foundations in Linguistics Analysis
Democracy in Medieval Iceland
Sleep & Anxiety Clinic
Chivalric Ideology and Reality
Inverters in High-V DC Systems
RYR in Brain Pathology
CFD Grid Around Turbine Blade
Assessing Racism at The Citadel
Assisted Research at MUSC
High Speed Comp Flow of Gases
Irish Republican Army
Intro to Catechetical Studies
US-German Foreign Policy 1948-
Bullying, Mentorship & Uruguay
Bias in Non-human Primates
Neurological Devices & TBI
Treatments of Glioblastoma
Medieval Military Methods: A Primary Source Investigation
The Use of Neurological Devices in the Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury
Immigration Tendencies between Mexico and the U.S.