April 10, 2017
On March 2nd, the School of Human Kinetics hosted its Capstone Experiences Night, to provide third year undergraduate students information about how to pursue either the Research Project (APA 4100) or the Internship (APA 4111) next year. This event featured Research in Action, a showcase event where students had the chance to visit the many laboratories of our social sciences and biophysical professors, and to meet and greet professors who are actively seeking to supervise students for a research project next year. There was a guided tour, mini presentations by professors, followed by a reception where students and professors could mingle and talk about possibilities for next year. The Assistant Director, Dr. Bradley Young, presented information to third year students on how to pursue a Research Project for the fall of 2017. His presentation discussed the many benefits of doing an undergraduate research project (APA 4100), strategies for finding an appropriate supervisor, and a timeline that students could follow to start their project on time.