About the Senior Thesis
The senior thesis is a scholarly paper focused on the policy issue in public or international affairs that is of greatest interest to the student. It is based on extended research and is the major project of the senior year. For more detailed information please access the Woodrow Wilson School Undergraduate Program Senior Thesis Manual.
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Senior Thesis Research Funding
University seniors, in any department, working on a senior thesis topic in public policy or international relations may apply to the Woodrow Wilson School for funding to support their thesis research during the academic year. Research may be conducted during the fall break and the period between semesters. Students who received research grants for the summer may apply again.
Senior Thesis Catalog
The Senior Thesis Catalog is a catalog of theses written by seniors at Princeton University from 1926 to 2010 and are available at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, 65 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ 08544: phone 609-258-6345; fax 609-258-3385; or send e-mail to email@example.com to locate a thesis of interest.