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Summer 2014

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HON 4390B, Honors Thesis

Summer I and II
Professor: Galloway, H.          Day/Time: Arranged          Place: Arranged

Substitution: Arranged

Description: In this course, students pursue an independent project of research, study, or creative achievement.  This will culminate in a paper, laboratory or field research problem, or creative project (play, book of poetry, artwork, etc.) of significant size and scope.

In order to receive special approval to enroll in the Hon 4390B course, students must schedule an appointment with the Dean of the Honors College, Dr. Galloway.  At the appointment, the student must turn in the completed and signed Honors Thesis Application.  Once the Dean meets with the student and signs the Honors Thesis Application, the student can register for Hon 4390B through CATSWEB.

HON 4391, Honors Independent Study

Summer I and II

Professor: D. McCabe (professor of record)       Day/Time: Arranged       Location: Arranged

Substitution: Arranged

This course allows students to study selected materials under the direct supervision of a professor for honors credit. The course meeting days, times, and substitutions are arranged by the professor and honors student.

To enroll in an independent study course, a student must do the following:

1. Students must have completed two regular honors courses prior to enrolling in HON 4391.

2. Students must turn in a completed and signed Honors 4391 Independent Study Course Agreement Form to Diann McCabe.

 
 

HON 3396F, The Art of Storytelling

Summer II

Professor: J. Hood      Day/Time: 2:00-3:50      Location: LAMP 502B

Substitution: Sophomore Literature, advanced Theatre, or advanced English

Course Description: This course examines the art and culture of storytelling from ancient to contemporary times.  Students read and analyze stories from oral and written traditions and develop skills in creating and applying storytelling in social, business, political, and entertainment environments.

HON 3395L, Study Abroad in France

Summer II

Professor: C. Martin       Location: Rennes, France, with optional week in Paris

Substitutions: French 2310, 2320, or advanced French

Course Description: This total immersion program in French language and culture will provide students with a comprehensive approach and authentic language environment to continue the development of proficiency in French. Students will also achieve greater cultural understanding by becoming immediately and personally involved with different values inherent in a foreign culture. 

Cambodia

Summer II

Professor: G. Dickinson, H. Galloway     Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Substitutions: CI 4355, CI 5329, GS 3310, GS 3320, HON 4380C

Course Description: This program provides students the opportunity to learn general science, physics, and/or science methods while studying with Cambodian college students at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, the oldest and most respected university in the country. Students will also have the opportunity to teach what they have learned to local Cambodian children.