Please browse the menu at left (or at top, for mobile phone browsers) for the current list of "396" projects for the Fall 2011-2012 semester. Other projects may be added; check back if interested.
If you are looking for the BASC 396 undergraduate research project courses, please start here instead. (BASC 396 is an independent research project course which integrates both an Arts discipline and a Science discipline, open to students in any B.A. & Sc. program.)
Students interested in a potential project (that has already been submitted by a professors and already posted here) should communicate with the instructor proposing the project. Instructions on how to apply are indicated on each project description.
To post, create, or register for a new project (i.e., one that is not yet posted here), please use this online form. Students may ask their proposed supervisors to fill out the form for a project they have already agreed upon, or professors may fill out "empty" projects where they are looking for students. In other words: If you don't see a vacant project here that you like, you can make your own. Just talk to a professor, fill out the form, and follow the instructions.
- Introduction to '396' courses - general information including prerequisites and eligibility
- Information for professors
- How '396' courses work