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Faculty Interviews - Ways to get connected to this major...

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Faculty Interviews WORTH 45 POINTS ; 15 points per faculty member Due Date : ___________—start on this early-some faculty members aren’t easy to get in contact with! General questions and helpful conversation starters are listed below. Please be sure to turn in three separate interview reports, with attention to the following ( 1.5-2 pages per faculty member ): Faculty member’s contact information, signature that you spoke Tell them why you are there—not just that this is an assignment you must complete, but that you are looking at this area as a possible major and want as much information as possible to help make an informed decision. Faculty member’s research interests, classes they teach most often Find out why the faculty member chose this area… Their opinion of what careers can be linked to this major
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Unformatted text preview: Ways to get connected to this major while at WSU (clubs, activities, study abroad options) What are research or current issues in this area? What other majors is ________ connected to? Are there opportunities for undergraduates to conduct research or work with a faculty member? Are there study abroad opportunities in this major? Do most graduates in this major go to graduate school, or do they tend to go straight to the work force? Where they suggest going for more information (websites, offices on campus…) As always, 12pt double-spaced Times New Roman with 1-inch margins. Points will be deducted for not using the specified format, for not turning in a hard copy in class, and for not turning the assignment in on time....
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  • Spring '11
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