Highly qualified students are eligible to apply for departmental honors programs during their junior year. Once accepted into a program, students begin work on their individual honors projects. We are pleased to publish those projects in this series.


Submissions from 1956

Pre-Parole Programs in State and Federal Correctional Institutions for Men, Louise Newton

The Lion of Judah in Never-Never Land: A Study of the Christian Philosophy in C.S. Lewis' Fantasies for Children, Kathryn A. Stillwell

Submissions from 1955

Cooperation and Conflict: An Analysis of the Intercourse Among the Governments in San Bernardino County with Special Attention to San Bernardino-Redlands Area, JeDon A. Emenhiser

The Randall Commission: Its Significance in the Development of Foreign Economic Policy, Geraldine Gabby

A Comparison of Statistical Harmonic Analyses of Three Hindemith Chamber Sonatas, Ruth Haller


Newspapers, Magazines, and Books of the California Gold Rush (1848-1870), Betty Hikiji

Gregorio Lopez y Fuentes and the Mexico of Today: A Novelist's Portrayal of Current Problems, David R. Klock

The Function of Religious Chapel in the Religious Adjustment of Students at the University of Redlands, Charles Molnar

A Comparative Study of Harmonic Rhythm in Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major by J.S. Bach and Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major (K.543) by W.A. Mozart and Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major, Op. 55, by L. van Beethoven, Richard Edward Palmer

Submissions from 1954

A Study of the Preparation of Mixed-organohalosilanes by the Direct Method, Keith Douglas Carlson

The Saar Problem and Its Relation to the Unification of Europe, James Molla

Defeat in China: A Study of Internal Factors Causing the Defeat of Chiang Kai-shek and Nationalist China, 1944-1949, William J. Moore

Bach's Organ Sonatas: A Short Historical Survey, Theodore Tedd Schilling

Buddhism and Zen, Donald H. Wallace