Deadline: Fall 2015
Dr. Rindy Anderson is looking for motivated students who are excited about field research to help in her research project, Behavioral Ecology and Acoustic Communication in Bachman’s Sparrow. If interested in this project, please email Dr. Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org describing why you are interested and what you hope to gain by being a part of it, include your major, any animal biology courses you have taken, GPA and your availability for Fall 2015 and Spring and Summer 2016.
OURI spotlights the research endeavors of undergraduates who have participated in research or scholarly activities on the FAU campuses and on the website. If you have participated in research and would like to be showcased please submit the application that can be found here by December 15th annually.
How do we define research and inquiry?
Our definition of research for the purposes of the QEP focuses on inquiry. FAU faculty and students recognize inquiry to be a process and/or a product which encompasses intellectual traits that transcend subject matter divisions. Examples of such processes common to the disciplines may include questioning existing ideas, problem solving, thinking creatively, and exploring new ideas and the processes by which knowledge is discovered. This “contribution to the discipline or practice” may result in deliverables such as exhibitions, performances, works of art, presentations, publications, and other forms recognized within each discipline. As part of the display, students can submit work in any format to showcase that contribution of new ideas.