The thesis archive will also be a great resource for current UM students, giving them examples to set the standard for their work.
It will also give the Honors Program a comprehensive, evolving picture of the thesis work students are doing in different departments.
We will be working on each of the project topics as a group during the fall semester and will meet once a week for 2 hours with the entire child clinical research group.
This will give you the benefit of multiple perspectives as well as a larger number of individuals that you will be responsible for and to.
My first expectation is that you read this document multiple times throughout the thesis process!
THOUGH SOME OF THE INFORMATION IS TAILORED FOR HER RESEARCH, THE GENERAL THESIS FORMAT WILL BE MOST HELPFUL TO ANY PSYCHOLOGY UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENT. I thought that it would be helpful to carefully outline my expectations in regard to both masters and senior projects conducted under my direction.
My past experience has been that students working in isolation on a project make progress only around hard and fast deadlines and tend to lag significantly during other periods.
I believe that the group process will help with this.
Once your application has been confirmed, you and your supervisor will complete a course outline for your project.
"Soft" deadline for submission application package. This should include: -completed "request to enrol form" (template above - Action #2) -Personal Statement (maximum 300 words) -Unofficial copy of your transcript Add period for Fall'19: IF the following has occured you will receive a course waiver allowing you to register in PSYC*4870: -your application is accepted, AND -you and your instructor have signed the course outline -Ensure course outline has been signed and you are registered in the course.