The WKU Student Honors Research Bulletin is dedicated to scholarly involvement and student research. These papers are representative of work done by students from throughout the university.
- Bullington, Brittany. A History of the Piano Girl and Her Accomplishments: Women and Music in Nineteenth-Century England
- Ellis, Joseph. The Howl of the Mob: Adapting to Violence in Somalia
- Farrar, Mary. Expectations of Family Physicians: Perceptions of the Doctor and Patient
- Freeman, Tracy. Martha Gellhorn: The Hemingway Years
- Guillory, Anne. The Flemish Mare: Anne of Cleves
- Jordan, Pat. Marketing a Deadly Addiction to Youths
- Marx, Sarah. Comic Books: Carnage in Living Color
- May, Deanna. The Cross-Cultural Use of Sexually Explicit Language to Express Anger and Aggression
- Miller, Kristen. Violence in TV News: If You Threw Your TV Out the Window, Would It Lead the 6:00 News?
- Shaw, Carrie. How Schools Can Help Combat Violence
African History | European History | Gifted Education | Higher Education | Journalism Studies | Medicine and Health Sciences | Music | Social History | Sociology | Women's History | Women's Studies
WKU Honors Program, "UA35/11 Student Honors Research Bulletin" (1997). WKU Archives Records. Paper 3211.
African History Commons, European History Commons, Gifted Education Commons, Higher Education Commons, Journalism Studies Commons, Medicine and Health Sciences Commons, Music Commons, Social History Commons, Sociology Commons, Women's History Commons, Women's Studies Commons