BIOL 4961H: Thesis Writing in the Biological Sciences: Conveying and Contextualizing Results

1 CreditHonors

In this second semester of the CBS thesis support course, honors students will continue work initiated Biol 4960H to develop/draft/revise results/methods/discussion sections of thier honors thesis. In addition, they will prepare and present a professional research poster at the University of Minnesota Undergraduate Research Symposium in April. The complete thesis will be assessed by two or three faculty readers against standards outlined in CBS Thesis Assessment Rubric. Students who have not yet fulfilled an upper division WI course in the biological sciences should concurrently register for their major's version of WI directed research or WI directed studies (for example, MicB 4794W or 4793W). The completed and approved thesis will count for the WI.

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