Senior Research Workshop I

Senior Research Workshop I
In this first semester, students will design and begin their projects. Emphasis will be on designing a novel research question (while making the case for its importance) and an appropriate strategy for answering it. This requires immersion in the academic literature on the topic. General research principles and tools will be taught in class, as a group, while those specific to individual projects will be covered in one-on-one meetings. By the end of the term, students will outline their plan for completing the project, including demonstrating that it is a feasible research question for which the necessary information (e.g., data or source materials) is available or can be generated by the student (e.g., lab or other experiment). (Approval required)
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:


Winter 2016

ECON0701B-W16 Seminar (Maluccio)
ECON0701C-W16 Seminar (Matthews)

Fall 2015

ECON0701A-F15 Seminar (Carpenter)

Winter 2015

ECON0701B-W15 Seminar (Gong)
ECON0701C-W15 Seminar (Myers)

Fall 2014

ECON0701A-F14 Seminar (Wunnava)

Winter 2014

ECON0701B-W14 Seminar (Myers)
ECON0701C-W14 Seminar (Robbett)

Fall 2013

ECON0701A-F13 Seminar (Wunnava)

Spring 2010

ECON0701A-S10 Independent Study
ECON0701B-S10 Independent Study (Lewin)

Winter 2010

ECON0701A-W10 Independent Study

Fall 2009

ECON0701A-F09 Independent Study

Winter 2009

ECON0701A-W09 Independent Study

Fall 2008

ECON0701A-F08 Independent Study