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Jennie Gouker <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 30 Apr 2021 07:02:26 -0400
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Subject: Biology Honors Program - Spring Open House - Monday, May 3

The Biology Honors Program is an independent study program for advanced,
highly-motivated undergraduate students interested in research in the
biological sciences. Students in the program engage in an independent
research project working closely with a faculty mentor, typically for two
years. In addition to the intensive research experience, students in the
program engage in structured research-related activities including developing
and writing a thesis proposal, writing an honors thesis, and defending the
thesis. Students also participate in a weekly seminar designed to support and
extend their involvement in the program and foster community.

Interested in learning more about the program? Attend the next Open House! It
will be Monday 3 May 2021, 4:15-5:15pm, and held via Zoom. Students will
learn more about the program's activities and requirements, will hear brief
overviews of the research done by students in the program, and will have the
opportunity to discuss the program with the director and students currently
in the program.

Learn about the program at:
Sign up for the Open House and get the Zoom link at:
For questions or additional information, contact: Alexa Bely, Biology Honors
Director, [log in to unmask]

Event Date: May 3, 2021
Event Start Time: 4:15 pm
Event End Time: 5:15 pm
Contact Person: Dr. Alexa Bely
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Website URL:

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