Ethan D. Clotfelter (Section 02)
Caroline E. Goutte (Section 02)
Michael E. Hood (Section 03)
Jill S. Miller (Section 04)
Alexandra E. Purdy (Section 03)
Katerina Ragkousi (Section 05)
Ethan J. Temeles (Section 06)
Josef G. Trapani (Section 04)
Mona Wu Orr (Sections 05 and 07)
Honors students take three courses of thesis research, usually, but not always, with the double course load in the spring (499D). The work consists of seminar programs, individual research projects, and preparation of a thesis on the research project.
Open to seniors. Spring semester. The Department.
How to handle overenrollment:
Students who enroll in this course will likely encounter and be expected to engage in the following intellectual skills, modes of learning, and assessment: Develop and carry out an independent research project using an inquiry-based approach to science; read and evaluate primary literature; quantitative reasoning; laboratory work; field work; data analysis; independent writing; oral presentation; preparation of a thesis.
M 04:01 PM - 05:00 PM