Both Seminar and Practicum
projects and Senior Theses
are eligible. Students may be nominated by their advisors, or may self-nominate. To receive Distinction the project must be at least 25 pages in length, and the review committee must judge it to be an outstanding and original creative work or research paper.
Self-nominating students should complete the following steps:
• Ask your non-DUS project advisor to endorse your application; a short email from them is sufficient.
Forward the faculty endorsement to email@example.com
by close of business on the last Tuesday of spring classes (Apr 21, 2020).
• Include in that email the following information:
o Name (as it should be presented in any publicly printed program)
o Student ID number (S000xxxxxx)
o Faculty advisor name(s)
o Project Title (as it should be presented in any publicly printed program)
Email your completed project by close of business on the first day of spring final exams (Apr 29, 2020) to firstname.lastname@example.org
A committee of CSWGS faculty will review the application and render its decision to the CSWGS Director of Undergraduate Studies, who will relay the decision to the applicant and the Office of the Provost.