URSA Courses

Spring 2014 Semester

URSA F192P Introduction to Research and Scholarly Activity at UAF   (1 credit; Wednesdays at 5:30-6:30 pm; CRN 35939) provides an overview of the diversity of research at UAF and the opportunities for undergraduate student participation in research and creative scholarship. Students will gain a broad understanding of the significance, process and impact of research and creative scholarship on UAF campuses. This course is graded pass/fail.

URSA F492P Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity Seminar (1 credit; times as arranged; CRN 37786) provides undergraduate students a venue for presenting their research and learning about peer research at UAF.   Students will have an opportunity to gain and develop oral presentation skills and will gain a broad understanding of the significance, process and impact of research on UAF campuses. This course is graded pass/fail.

URSA F388 Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship I   (2-6 credits; times as arranged; CRN 35940) provides undergraduate students opportunities for research or creative scholarship in advanced topics beyond typical undergraduate laboratory or studio course offerings. Students are required to make a poster presentation of their project and write a proposal for further research. Research and creative scholarship areas range across all disciplines.

URSA F488 Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship II   (2-6 credits; times as arranged; CRN 37785) provides undergraduate students opportunities for research or creative scholarship in advanced topics beyond typical undergraduate laboratory or studio course offerings. At the end of the semester, students are required to publicly present their work and turn in a final report. Research and creative scholarship areas range across all disciplines.

MRAP F288 / F488 Museum Research Apprentice I / II   (1-2 credits; times as arranged) provides opportunities for undergraduate student research or scholarship in museum-based subjects not available in typical undergraduate courses. Students are required to perform research tasks associated with specimens or objects and their associated data and to turn in a final report. Opportunities range across all museum-based disciplines.

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