BIOL-341 Research Intensive Senior Experience
Fall for 2017-2018
Staff
Research Intensive Senior Experience (RISE) conducted under the mentorship of faculty in the Department of Biology, sometimes also in conjunction with faculty outside of the Department of Biology. Research may be conducted in the laboratory, in the field, computationally, in the classroom, or in conjuction with an approved internship.

Open to students majoring in Biology, Biology of Global Health, Envionmental Biology or Neurobiology and credits will apply to these majors; for students majoring in other departments, these courses will count towards the College elective. BIOL-341 is the first course in a two-course series (the second one being BIOL-342).

Enrollment is limited to seniors and requires the permission of the instructor and development of a syllabus tailored to the student and project. There are separate section numbers for each faculty mentor (see list from the Registrar's office).
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: BIOL-103, BIOL-104 and permission of instructor
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