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  • Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities
    scholarly work Participants are selected through an open competitive application process and are provided a scholarship to participate in the program Student participants develop individual original research ideas related to an interdisciplinary theme create a scholarly research paper or project work through a faculty and peer critique process and formally present their work to their colleagues and the larger community at a closing symposium Be sure to read Phillip Thurtle s 2005 Summer Institute Symposium closing remarks on the value of undergraduate research in the arts and humanities below The Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities at the University of Washington is sponsored by Undergraduate Academic Affairs the Simpson Center for the Humanities the Office of Research UW Educational Outreach the Undergraduate Research Program and the Mary Gates Endowment for Students UW Faculty on the Institute The Value of Undergraduate Research in Arts Humanities Closing Remarks for the 2005 UW Summer Symposium in the Arts and Humanities Phillip Thurtle Assistant Professor Comparative History of Ideas University of Washington Thursday August 11th 2005 I m proud to work at a university that values undergraduate research in the arts and humanities At most universities when research opportunities arise for students they are typically in the sciences Because of this many of us don t know what undergraduate research in the humanities looks like This is a shame because research in the arts and humanities has different goals different outcomes places different demands on students and offers different types of opportunities for those who undertake and witness it As our society becomes increasingly oriented to the awesome power of the sciences it becomes more important not less to encourage research in the humanities amongst our students So what does research in the arts and humanities offer This question is at once easy to answer and hard to convey the full importance of For me original research changes lives The best research touches us even draws us into a new ways of inhabiting our world and makes the world and us larger In the theme of this year s summer institute original research can take a world that has become commonplace and make it strangely new again It does this by supplying novel explanatory frameworks It does this by pointing to new and special occurrences that we might not have noticed And it can do this by revealing new patterns in how the world itself is organized Once it does this however an amazing thing occurs The research opens up new concepts territories and spaces for explorations If I can steal a theme from Comparative History of Ideas student Jennifer Stuller s presentation if magic is creating something from nothing then what you have witnessed today is a little bit of magic The magic of research in the arts and humanities focuses the big issues of life and make them perceivable even personal In doing so it transforms those who are willing and able to be touched by it Today you have seen

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  • The Undergraduate Research Program
    Students For Research Mentors Post a Research Opportunity Benefits of Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html The UW Summer STEM Program Collaboration About Participating Programs Poster Session Archives UW Summer STEM Program Collaboration The UW Summer STEM Program Collaboration is a network among several science technology engineering and mathematics summer programs hosting UW and non UW undergraduates from around the country We seek to enhance the

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  • The Undergraduate Research Program
    Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Courses Overview Each quarter the Undergraduate Research Program provides various information sessions workshops and Research Exposed a 1 credit course to assist students interested in undergraduate research Research Exposed offers an opportunity to learn about current exciting research in a wide variety of disciplines including the process of discovery how faculty come up with an idea for research how inquiry is structured in the different disciplines and how students can become involved in

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  • The Undergraduate Research Program
    Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Courses Research Exposed Approaches to Inquiry About Winter 2014 Autumn 2013 Past Research Exposed courses Course Description Made possible by the Odegaard Undergraduate Library and Learning Commons the Undergraduate Research Program and Undergraduate Academic Affairs Research Exposed GEN ST 391 offers the undergraduate an opportunity to learn about current exciting research in a wide variety of disciplines including the process of discovery how faculty come up with an idea for research how

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  • URP Information Sessions | Courses and Workshop
    Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information Sessions Undergraduate Research Symposium Amgen Summer Programs Summer Institute in Arts Humanities URP Information Sessions URP Information Sessions address how the Undergraduate Research Program can help the student pursue her his research interests Primarily for undergraduates who have yet to begin research the sessions provide research resources information on funding and suggestions for approaching faculty Additionally the sessions are

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  • URP Information Sessions | Courses and Workshop
    Benefits of Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information Sessions Undergraduate Research Symposium Amgen Summer Programs Summer Institute in Arts Humanities Applying for Summer Research Programs Info Session Thinking of applying for summer research programs This info session addresses what you need to know to apply including The application process The personal statement How to ask faculty for letters of recommendation How to get the most

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  • Symposium Information Sessions | Courses and Workshop
    Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information Sessions Undergraduate Research Symposium Amgen Summer Programs Summer Institute in Arts Humanities Undergraduate Research Symposium Information Sessions We will discuss topics such as the Symposium Day schedule the difference between poster and oral presentation sessions connect you with additional resources to assist you through your application and presentation preparation process and answer any questions you might have In addition we highly encourage you to

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  • The Undergraduate Research Program
    a Conference Publish Your Research Research Ethics Undergraduate Research Leaders Additional Resources For Pre College Students For Research Mentors Post a Research Opportunity Benefits of Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information Sessions Undergraduate Research Symposium Amgen Summer Programs Summer Institute in Arts Humanities UW Amgen Information Sessions Come to an information session presented by a URP adviser Bring your program questions and learn more about

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