HN 302 Honors Scholarship
FA 2009 HOJ
Associate Professor of Public Affairs and International Education
PhD in International Education
Herr House, Room 1
August 17- December 11
HN 300 and continuation in program
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2. The student should expect to spend an average of 9-12 hours per week working on their project; thus, over the course of 16 week semester, the student will devote approximately 150-175 hours per semester to their honors project. The nature of research means that there will be some weeks where little time is spent on the project and other times when the student will be spending all their spare time working on research.
3. Plan the path of exploration and writing for this and subsequent semesters.
4. Plan the final project and the presentations to be made by the end.
Instructor Learning Outcomes
Assessment will include:
Grading: COURSE ASSESSMENT and GRADING PLAN:
Attendance at regular meetings with honors advisor or professor — 30%
Written progress reports at intervals agreed upon by the advisor and student — 20%
Submission of journal reports, minimum of 10 required— 10%
Attendance at honors meeting as called for by the Honors Committee — 10%
Presentation of research progress — 30%
Create goals for the project. Create an action plan for the semester.
Learn about an effective scientific literature search. Review literature on academic research, non-profit management and personal finance.
Prepare a learning plan for three semesters with a literature review.
Collect information on foundation of student organizations. Prepare plan for the project.
November 6 Complete Power Point for update of project
November 13 Review progress and power point with Mentor
November 20 Honor's Update
December 4 Review feedback from Honors update
December 11 Make adjustments and began to prepare plan for next semester
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