Workshop: Crafting an Effective Senior Thesis Proposal(More about event)
Not sure how to put together a successful senior thesis funding proposal?
From this panel you can get some guidance on conceptualizing your project, approaching/working with a faculty advisor, and framing your research question. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask our panelists other questions on your mind.
Whether you are a junior looking to apply for funding in the next few weeks or an underclassmen already champing at the research bit, come join McGraw as we sit down with members of the University community to discuss what makes for a compelling and thoughtful research funding application. We will hear from seniors who have gone through the process, a graduate student with helpful insights, and the Director of Undergraduate Research, Pascale Maloof Poussart.
Crafting an Effective Senior Thesis Proposal*-- A McGraw Panel Discussion
March 27, 5:00-6:30pm, 330 Frist (McGraw)
To sign up and receive an email reminder click here: https://odocweb.princeton.edu/rsvp/rsvp_event.php?sharepoint_id=932
Please note: for the members of the Class of 2014 who intend to apply for the April 2nd funding deadline, consult the following website as soon as possible for information about meeting with your adviser: https://odoc.princeton.edu/support/senior-thesis-funding
*This panel is designed to help you prepare a funding proposal which can be submitted to SAFE; it is NOT expressly designed to address the mechanics of using SAFE to apply for funding.
Location: 330 Frist (McGraw)
Date/Time: 03/27/13 at 5:00 pm - 03/27/13 at 6:00 pm
Category: Academic Program
Department: Wilson College