MACROMOL 690 - Macromolecular Research Rotation
Section: 001
Term: FA 2017
Subject: Macromolecular Science (MACROMOL)
Department: CoE Macromolecular Science and Engineering
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Graduate standing.
May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit(s).

A three-term Research Rotation in the research groups of participating faculty from different departments, and possibly industry or government laboratories. Students will conduct research in a laboratory setting.

Purpose is to help students establish "critical literacy" in areas outside their core expertise. In the RGR, a student will select three research mentors with whom three, short-term research projects will be carried out. Each project will include a definition of the problem, a literature search, some laboratory work, and a final written report. The student must interview a minimum of five prospective research mentors before choosing the three RGR mentors. The RGR student will take part in the full life of the host research laboratory, including participating in all group meetings, seminar activities, etc. of the host laboratory/department. At least one of the three research rotations must be outside the students home department and may include a summer term at a participating industrial or government laboratory.

MACROMOL 690 - Macromolecular Research Rotation
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