Undergraduate Research in the Arts and Humanities

Explore Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in the Arts and Humanities

Tuesday, February 24 | 5:30 p.m. | Bartlett Center 109

Free and Open to All OSU Students

Featuring a panel of OSU faculty, who will demonstrate the diversity of opportunities for research in the arts and humanities.

Topics include:

  • Applying for a Wentz Research Grant | Eligibility, project guidelines, deadlines, etc.
    • Each year, $4,500 one-year Wentz Research Grants are given to approximately forty undergraduates in addition to several $750 Wentz Semester Grants to conduct independent research with the guidance of a faculty mentor in any field of study (major)
  • Finding a Faculty Mentor | Communicating with faculty, choosing a topic, etc.
    • Identifying a faculty mentor is often the first and most challenging step in developing a research project.  Learn strategies for finding a mentor and making first contact.
  • Writing a Research Proposal | Keys to developing an effective proposal, etc.
    • Effective research proposals share similar features; learn what they are and how to write your own proposal.

Click Here to Download the Flyer

Event Hosted by the Art History Organization and The History Club.

 
Slideshow Title: 
Explore Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in the Arts and Humanities
Slideshow Subtitle: 
Tuesday, February 24 | 5:30 p.m. | Bartlett Center 109
Slideshow Image: 
Undergraduate Research in the Arts and Humanities