Prerequisite: HON 201. (Second semester/3 credits)
In this course, students build on their previous three semesters of Honors work to design an individual or small-group learning project that includes an experiential and a research component, both of which are tailored to the student’s personal and academic interests. The project, which will be undertaken with the guidance of a faculty adviser, may be in any academic discipline or combination thereof and should address a social or intellectual problem of the student’s choice. The experiential component will use the campus or wider community as a resource and will have as one of its goals benefitting or contributing to the community in some way. Each student will also make a culminating presentation of her/his experience and research.