Below are examples of past honors theses within the Mathematics Department:

2018:

Katherine Kidder, A Dimension Formula for Modular Forms, with Professor Ressler

Chengcheng Zhai, Tukey's Multiple Comparison Adjustment for Partially Balanced Incomplete Block Designs, with Prof. Draguljic

2015: 

Yitong Huang, Comparing the Efficiency of Hybrid and Public Key Encryption Schemes, with Professor Feldman

2013:

John Schreiber, (Applications of Homogeneous Coordinates to) Reflections and their Images in the Real and Projective Planes, with Professor Crannell

2012:

Julie Heymann,  Projective Collineations in Perspective Art, with Professor Crannell

Daniel Kaplan, A Classification of Nonstandard Models of Peano Arithmetic by Goodstein's Theorem, with Professor Brody (who is now at Goucher College)

2011:

Sara Dubicki, Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds Dehn Surgery Approach to The Figure-Eight Knot Complement, with Professor Nimershiem

Mark Surma, The Hyperbolic Structure of the Complements of Rational Links with Conway Notation for mn for m, n ≥ 2, with Professor Nimershiem.

2010:

Ahsan Ashraf, Algebraic Coding Theory, with Professor Feldman

Daniel Droz, An Introduction to Classical Modular Forms, with a New Proof of the Product Expansion of the Delta Function, with Professor Ressler

2009:

Zain Rehman, An Adaptation of the Impossibility Theorem, with Professor Praton

2008:

Lauren Eaton, The Characteristic Polynomial of Multi-Rooted Trees, with Professor Tedford (who is now at Misericordia University)

2007:

Sauleh Siddiqui, Dynamics of Piecewise Continuous Functions, with Professor Crannell

Muhammad Sohaib Alam, Analysis of Quasi-Continuous Functions, with Professor Crannell

Adam Ross, Closed Geodesics on the Punctured Torus, with Professor Nimershiem