Developing effective research skills is an important part of the GSC curriculum. By learning to identify problems, find appropriate resources, evaluate evidence, and draw meaningful conclusions, students learn the research skills needed in both the classroom and the workplace.
Opportunities to practice research skills are embedded throughout the curriculum, from researching the causes and consequences of social problems to identifying and evaluating best practices in one's field of study. As a part of the integrative capstone, students have an opportunity to design and conduct independent research. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the research studies conducted by other GSC students. Independent research conducted by students is approved through the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
|Library Research Seminars|
|Student Research Surveys|