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  • World Trip
    classroom You will have opportunities to attend world class productions at the Guthrie Theatre present a paper at an honors conference attend lectures by world leaders or participate in the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Graduating as a Waldorf Scholar you will be eligible to study abroad with the Honors World Trip and the Honors College will even pick up your airfare In short we have fun The honors college holds

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  • FAQ
    Academics Undergraduate Research FAQ FAQ What programs are available These programs are designed to provide incentive for student involvement in faculty research projects Each student is eligible for grants of 250 to 500 The students are required to go through a formal proposal process including selection of a faculty mentor development of a research project composition of a formatted proposal and a review process at the school and college level How do I apply If you think that you are interested in a particular field of research study talk to your advisor one of your faculty members or the Academic Dean s Office You can also find out more about faculty research interests They will help you to identify faculty members who are conducting research or other scholarly activity in your area of interest The next step is for you to meet with the specific faculty member to determine how to proceed including searching for funding writing a proposal determining if the work will be done for credit as an independent study or senior project or as a work study activity Are there any deadlines for research opportunities The deadlines vary for each type of research opportunity Who administers undergraduate

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  • Benefits
    Participation in the Waldorf College Undergraduate Research program offers the following opportunities Learn in depth about the latest technologies and information Work closely with scholars in your area of interest Gain hands on experience of value to your future career Build stronger lasting relationships with faculty members Gain skills and experiences that will help you gain admission to more prestigious graduate schools Share the excitement of making new discoveries writing

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  • Recent Research Projects
    Corleone The Shakespeare Godfather Sydney Grey Hutchison Behind the Scenes of Macbeth Dominique Danielle Forte To Be or Not to Be Jessica Godwin Evaluation of Pathogen Persistence on Potential Fomites in Public Facilities Alyse DeVries Use of Iowa Roadways by Northern Leopard Frogs when Dispersing Among Restored Wetlands Marisa Rae Donnelly Cacophony Crystal Lynn Langford The Effects of Media on Women and their Self Esteem Chelsey Layne Shreeve Feminism and the Forgotten Fourth Wall The It s All Right to be Woman Theatre Troupe Challenges Tradition and Promotes Feminism Lauren Nichole Camp The Argentine Question U S Foreign Policy and Diplomatic Intervention 1941 194 6 Peter Eggebraaten A Physical Intellect Ashley Lutrick Effect of deforestation on microbial biodiversity within the Amazon Rainforest and the presence of potential novel Actinomycetes Read more about Eggebraaten s and Lutrick s project Past projects completed by Waldorf students War on the Home Front A Question of Loyalty Concerning the First World War in New Ulm Minnesota The Future of Insider Sources in Environmental Journalism Childhood Obesity An Epidemic with which to be Reckoned The Unseen and Unknown Postpartum Depression Psychology The Loss of a Friend The Silence of William Pitt on American Policy 1770

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  • Proposal Guidelines
    to apply for a research grant Identify your area s of interest Select an Advisor Confer with Advisor to identify a specific topic Choose a grant Alpha Chi has two grants at 250 each Given to any research topic and one grant is open to sophomores Biology related proposals are awarded two grants at 500 each Given to juniors and seniors whose proposals are related to an environmental theme Examples

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  • Luise V. Hanson Library
    Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Luise V Hanson Library Luise V Hanson Library Quick Library Links Research Assistance Library Catalog Library Resources Library Guides Papercut T utorial Videos Find us on social media Facebook www facebook com WaldorfLibrary Twitter Tweets by WaldorfLibrary Hours of Service Monday to Thursday 8 a m to 11 p m Friday 8 a m to 5 p m Saturday Closed Sunday 4

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  • About the Library
    networks supporting academic programs appropriate technology education in information literacy and a physical space for intellectual development History 1903 The first library at Waldorf College was located on the first floor of Salveson Hall was staffed by one librarian Thorvald Thorson and held several hundred volumes 1921 1933 The library collection grew to 3500 volumes and a part time librarian was added 1944 1945 The Library collection outgrows its current area and expanded into several rooms in the south end of Salveson Hall Evening hours were added to accommodate students busy schedules 1958 1978 The collection grew significantly and the library expanded into the basement of Salveson Hall Several staff members were added and the library collection was reclassified into the Library of Congress Classification System 1979 1984 The collection reached 45 000 volumes and a new library committee was formed to begin plans on building a new library building 1984 2005 The Voss Memorial Library given to Waldorf by two sisters Mrs G Wallace Peterson and Mrs John K Hanson Luise V opened in the fall of 1984 Major gifts from the Kinney Lindstrom Foundation and Mr and Mrs Willard Latham completed the furnishings The 10 680 square foot

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  • Library Staff & Faculty
    Hanson Library About the Library Library Staff Faculty Interlibrary Loan Policies Resources Archives Services Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Luise V Hanson Library About the Library Library Staff Faculty Library Faculty and Staff Tricia Baker B A Library Services Operations Asst Library Jodi Barkema B A Library Technician Library Derrick Burton Library Director Library Amanda Geelan Evening Library Assistant Library Jennifer Steinford

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