- Jumpstart (research & community outreach)
Language Science Research: Linguis 195A-B-C
Overview: Courses in the 195x series are for undergraduate students working with language science faculty on research. Students enrolled in any of these courses engage in faculty-supervised research, participate in research seminars, and attend both language science research presentations and reading groups as available throughout the quarter. This allows them to gain valuable experience with the research process (including literature review, project design and implementation, research presentation, and research writing), culminating with their own language science research contribution.
The course sequence is coordinated by the Undergraduate Director of the Language Science B.A.
- Interested students obtain permission from their faculty advisor to enroll in the appropriate course (195A for fall, 195B for winter, and 195C for spring).
- The faculty advisor then contacts the Undergraduate Director of the Language Science B.A. confirming that the student has permission to enroll in the appropriate 195x course, to be supervised by that faculty member.
- The Undergraduate Director will provide an authorization code that the student can use to enroll in the appropriate 195x course.
- At the end of the quarter, the student will provide a progress report to the supervising faculty member.
- The supervising faculty member will send this report to the Undergraduate Director of the Language Science B.A., along with a recommended grade for the student.
- The Undergraduate Director will submit the student's final grade for the 195x course.