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Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops

Complete your honors project successfully through this workshop series. This will help students build research, writing, and presentation skills.

Welcome to this online tutorial! 

In this session, you will brainstorm your topic and leave with a stronger sense of direction for your honors research project. You will also learn why you need to stay organized by creating a research log.

Download the Brainstorming Worksheet and click on the Starting a Research Project link below to get into the training session.

Share Your Ideas

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Examples of Research Logs.

Submit your Worksheet.

After completing the training module, please submit your worksheet for the mandatory attendance credit.

*The dropbox is the last slide of the tutorial.

More on Developing a Research Project

 

You are entering into an academic conversation. As a freshman and sophomore student, you are not expected to create something new within the field of study. You are, however, expected to contribute to the conversation by thinking critically about the subject: summarize the various perspectives and evaluate it within the larger context of the field of study. This is a challenge to go beyond your comfort zone and think about the gaps or unheard voices in the conversation.


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