Undergraduate Research and Creative Studies

 
Faculty-Student Collaborative (FSC) Course
URCS Office
Bonds 201
(440) 826-3360
urcs@bw.edu

The deadline for the call for proposals

to facilitate a FSC course for

spring 2015 OR fall 2015 is

Monday, November 10 at 5:00pm. 

 

(A second call for proposals for fall 2015 will be made in spring term).

Receive course credit for your Faculty-Student Collaborative (FSC) project

Through the FSC courses, Baldwin Wallace University encourages and supports faculty-student collaborators as they tackle the inquiry-based, unscripted problems typical of research, scholarship and other creative endeavors. These courses facilitate the engagement of students and full-time faculty in the deep learning required for the creation, practice, and sharing of knowledge or works in their area of professional study. Enrollment in the course is competitive and requires that collaborating students and full-time faculty submit a project proposal. 

The deadline for the call for proposals to facilitate a FSC course

for spring 2015 or fall 2015 is Monday, November 10 at 5:00pm. 

(A second call for proposals for fall 2015 will be made in the spring term).

FSC Course Proposal Materials:

Faculty-Student Collaborative (FSC) Course Proposal

Goals, Expectations, and Instructions for Faculty and Student Participants in FSC Courses 

 

For approved FSC courses:    Faculty-Student Collaborative (FSC) Course Registration Form

 


 

Fall 2014 Faculty-Collaborative Courses

 

Designing an Effective Online Training Program for Caregivers and Support Staff: Improving Communication Interactions with Patients with Dementia or Dementia-like Symptoms

Students:  Stephanie Darm, Heather Woodard, Haley Peterson, Emily Venner

Faculty:     Colleen Visconti

 

Russian Lanquage Diction and Repertoire for Singers

Students:  Conor Downey, Roxy Callan, Christopher Rojas, Floyd Hunter Schanz, Robin Sesnser, Sarah Tyhurst

Faculty:    JR Frahlick

 

Investigations in Combinatorics and Cryptanalysis

Students:    Hannah Sedely, Christine Austin, Brian McLaughlin, Kyle Schifano, Victoria Switlyk, Paul Switlyk

Faculty:       Melissa Dennison

 

Usage of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) among Ghanaian Immigrants in New York City

Students:      Bosompim Yaa

Faculty:         Swagata Banik

 

 A listing of past FSC courses can be found here.

 

 

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