Student-Originated Studies: Music

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This Student-Originated Studies (SOS) is designed for students who have an interest in advanced work in music topics that have grown out of previous academic courses. Students may present proposals in the areas of music performance, music history, music composition, or music theory. Students will work with faculty throughout the program to create collaborative working groups and critique groups that will allow students to support each other's work. Student work will also be supported each week by faculty-led seminars and workshops.

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Media Artists Studio

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This advanced offering in the media arts is for students interested in working individually or collaboratively on yearlong media projects with the support of a learning community. The studio setting provides students with the opportunity to help shape one another's work through extensive critical review of ideas at each stage of production and through technical support on one another’s projects. The creative work produced over the year is research-based.

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Gateways for Incarcerated Youth

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The Biology of Living Systems

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This upper-division science program will develop and interrelate concepts in modern experimental (laboratory) biology. It will cover the biology material that is usually offered in Molecule to Organism (genetics, molecular biology, microbiology and cell biology) and provide prerequisites for the following careers and graduate programs: medicine and other health sciences, biology, veterinary medicine, etc.

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Undergraduate Projects in Critical and Creative Practices with J. Sandoz

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This is an opportunity for students to work on faculty-driven scholarly and creative projects. By working with faculty in a studio and research “apprentice” model, students will gain hands-on experience in visual arts studio practices, film/media production practices, the creative writing workshop focused on craft, critical research and writing, library and archival research practices, and much more.

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Undergraduate Research in Scientific Inquiry

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John Caraher (physics, mathematics) has research interests in quantum optics and atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) physics. He would like to work with students with strong backgrounds in mathematics and physics and who have interests in lasers, optics, quantum mechanics, and/or developing computer interfaces for the control of optics experiments. Of particular interest to him are experiments exploring the properties of entangled photons.

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Student Presentations on Binary Star Research and Astronomy

Join students from the summer program Astronomy and Cosmology: Stars and Stories as they present their research findings. The event will begin with the students’ presentations, followed by a star hunt at the Tennis Courts. Among those in attendance will be Dr. Russ Genet and Rachel Freed, two leading figures in astronomy from the Institute for Student Astronomical Research and have been working with students throughout the summer. The event is free, and everyone is welcome.

Public Law

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 Grace O'Connor

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