Research and/or Creative Activities Defined
Undergraduate research and/or creative activities refers to problem based learning and encompasses scholarly activities in which students learn the analytical and investigative processes of their discipline in an active manner. It is an introduction to the culture of learning by doing through self-directed inquiry under the guidance and direct supervision of an expert faculty mentor. Students and their mentors collaborate as partners while exploring topics of interest to them. Thus, students become producers, not only consumers, of knowledge.
Here are some examples of undergraduate research and creative activities at SHSU:
- Digital Forensics
- Animal Science
- Social Gaming Apps
- Film Making
- Political Science