CHP Director Ted Wright will teach a set of research courses next year that will provide CHP students who are not participating in an upper division school or major honors program with extra support during the honors thesis process: University Studies H176A (Fall) and H176C (Spring). [Note: These courses do not replace the required two quarters of research with your thesis advisor.]
University Studies H176A, 2 units pass/no pass, W 2:00-3:50 p.m. in SSL 171. If you want to take the course but have a conflict with this time, Professor Wright will try to adjust the schedule. This course will help you identify, understand, refine, and then become proficient describing the goals of your research and its background. Under Professor Wright’s guidance, you will learn about the research process, and work to create a research plan, and an abstract or prospectus that can become the basis for your introduction. In-class discussion, peer edits and feedback will offer the kind of support you would have in a research group. For an authorization code, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your name
- Your Student ID #
- The name of your faculty advisor
- A couple of sentences about where you are in your research/thesis process.