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Step One: TopicStep Two: Committee and ApplicationStep Three: ProspectusStep Four: Research ApprovalStep Five: Research and Data Analysis
Step Six: WritingStep Seven: SubmissionStep Eight: Poster and DefenseGradingCalendars of Thesis-Related Dates
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Step One: Topic

Psychology 985 application

Instructions

Explanation of application sections:

  • Applicant: Please legibly write your name and email address.
  • Supervisor: Your supervisor must be an assistant, associate, or full professor in the department, or asterisked member of the Board of Honors Tutors.
  • Co-Supervisor: In some instances, you may be working directly with a departmental graduate student or with a non-departmental researcher. This is permitted if you have a department faculty supervisor.
    Be certain to include contact information (email address, phone, office address) for all Co-supervisors
    and CVs for any Co-supervisor who is not a departmental graduate student, FAS faculty member, or Board of Honors Tutor member.
  • Psy 1901: Please indicate when you took Psy 1901 (or are planning to take it) and the grade you received.
  • Project Description: Provide a short paragraph explaining your project. Be as specific as possible, although we do understand that a project may change significantly over the course of the semester.
  • Concentration Adviser signature: Have your CA sign the form at your beginning of term advising session, which should cover thesis planning.

Submission

You must submit this application to the Psychology Undergraduate Office, WJH 218, by Study Card Day. Fall deadline: 4 p.m., Tuesday Sept 10, 2013, and Spring deadline: 4 p.m. Friday, January 31, 2014. Bring your study card with you when submitting the application, as the Psychology Undergraduate Office (and not your 985 supervisor) needs to sign your study card for the course.

Psychology 985 Application

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