Congratulations, OS Class of 2020!
Thank you! Our Virtual Graduation was a success, and we were honored to have so many students, families, friends, and OS members join us. Although we were unable to host many of our normal end-of-year festivities, these circumstances gave us the chance to create a brand new graduation experience that we hope you enjoyed.
No need to worry if you missed the event! We have provided a recording of the virtual ceremony to view and share!
OS 2020 Virtual Graduation
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From the Class of 2020!
*note: About 40% of the cohort participated in this non-mandatory activity.
The Organizational Studies Honors Option is designed to enable advanced undergraduate students to gain experience in the design, conduct, and analysis of research on organizations and organizational behavior. The commitment, dedication, and resiliency of this years' OS Honors students was shown through their hard work on their research and theses.
Thesis Title –
The Price of Protection: How Institutional Prestige Prevents Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses
A little from Charlotte...
“I feel so fortunate to have had this OS honors experience, both as an academic and personally. Completing a research project in a field I am passionate about while being challenged to step outside of my comfort zone has allowed me to grow so much throughout the past year. “
Thesis Title –
Reciprocation of Favors Between College Students as a Sample Organization
A little from Jenna...
“The honors community has been such a large part of my Michigan experience, and completing an honors thesis has been one of my long-term goals. Through the thesis writing process, I experienced the strong research history at Michigan and grew in my academic abilities. Completing my thesis has left me with the knowledge that I can tackle any challenge and achieve any goal in my future!”
The Organizational Studies' faculty and staff are so proud of our graduating OS majors, and the resiliency and commitment to learning they have shown during these extraordinary times.
You will be missed, but you will always have a home on the 8th floor of Weiser Hall! #GoBlue