Writing your thesis is really hard work. It takes months of research, and when you are finally done all you get is a grade and your industry and toil is lost to eternity (or a dusty shelf in the college library).

But what if it wasn't?

The Huffington Post is partnering with students, universities and colleges to publish annotated versions of their thesis projects.

Your thesis summaries will be presented together on a specially-designed page on one of the largest websites on the Internet. You will benefit from state-of-the-art engagement tools that would send your work far and wide through Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. You will also have the ability to see instant audience response through our commenting platform -- which averages close to 200,000 comments per day.

Interested? Email us at college@huffingtonpost.com with thesis abstracts limited to between 800 and 1,000 words.

Please include a headshot and a two-sentence biography with your submissions.