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Departmental Honors Projects (DHPs) are a rigorous and fulfilling way of pursuing a long-term research project in your major. DHPs may emerge out of sophomore- and junior-year courses, study-abroad experiences, collaborative research projects, or students’ intellectual passions. Students usually begin formal work on DHPs in the spring of junior year, and complete the DHP in the spring of the senior year. To learn more about DHPs in your department, consult your advisor and your department chair.
Invitation to Outside Member Template
Confirmation to Outside Member Template
Formal Notification of Oral Defense It is the student's responsibility to schedule a room for the Oral Defense. The room must be large enough to accommodate the student and the committee (typically 5 people). To schedule a room for your defense, please fill out a Classroom and Meeting Space Request or contact Classroom and Space Management at 651-523-2474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certification of Oral Defense
Thank You Letter to Outside Member Template
Submitting to Bush Library
Title Page Template
Collaborative Research Opportunities Collaborative Research: Summer Opportunities Biology Summer Research Applications National Conference of Undergraduate Research Office of Off-Campus Programs Phi Beta Kappa
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