Research is fundamental to work in the humanities. But how can undergraduates do meaningful research in these disciplines with limited time, resources, budgets, and work, school, and family obligations?
This lunch-and-learn offering by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research will provide ALL THE ANSWERS. Okay, that might have been a little over the top. Please join Dr. Matthew Zimmerman (Chair of History and Political Science), Dr. Stephen Taylor (Professor of History), Dr. Matt Jennings (Associate Professor of History / Coordinator of Undergraduate Research) and Chris Tsavatewa, MPH (Director, Office of Experiential Learning) as we discuss the possibilities of undergraduate research and look at examples of past student success. Let’s get together Wednesday, September 28 at 12:30 p.m. in the faculty conference room adjacent to the cafeteria on the Macon campus. The presentation will be geared toward students, but anyone interested is welcome to attend. Candy and QEP swag will abound. Feel free to bring your lunch.