Summer 2013 quarter
- Martha Henderson geography, political ecology, science, nature and religion, eastern Mediterranean region
Research at the graduate level in environmental studies is an important step for students working towards undergraduate and masters degrees. The sum total of the research work requires thoughtful definition of a problem, identification of theoretical and appropriate methods for data collection, use of standard tools of data analysis, and a desired logical conclusion. This class will help students articulate good research questions, determine methods of analysis with special emphasis on qualitative methods, and assist students in developing a reasonable research agenda. Students engaged in individual research projects or beginning work on their masters’ theses are welcome. We will collaborate and develop research strategies that will be effective in the pursuit of major individual research projects.
The class will be a one week intensive class meeting in the evenings from 6-10pm. We will also meet on the last Saturday of the week.
- Advertised Schedule
- 6-10p Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri (June 24-June 28) and 9a-5p Sat (June 29)
- Online Learning
- Enhanced Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Offered During
- Evening and Weekend