Experiential Student Scholars
Call for Summer 2018 Undergraduate/Graduate Experiential Student Scholars
The purpose of the Experiential Student Scholar program is to engage students in experiential project partnerships with faculty. Students must be currently enrolled TWU undergraduate or graduate students with declared majors and in good academic standing to be eligible.
- Summer 2018 Undergraduate Experiential Student Scholar Call [docx]
- Summer 2018 Graduate Experiential Student Scholar Call [docx]
Proposal Deadline: May 16, 2018
The Experiential Student Scholar program engages undergraduate and graduate students in experiential project partnerships with faculty. Experiential projects are defined as: Inquiries, investigations, or projects that bridge theory with practice and require engaged learning characterized by active collaboration with a faculty mentor, application of discipline specific theories, real-world problem solving, and simulation of skills external to the classroom.
The program is centered on the student learning outcomes (SLOs) identified in the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan Pioneering Pathways: Learn by Doing. These include:
Student Learning Outcome #1: effectively connecting classroom theories to real-world experiences through practical application of knowledge
Student Learning Outcome # 2: accurately assessing knowledge and skills related to personal or professional goals including collaboration, application, and problem-solving
Experiential Student Project Presentation Applications
The purpose of the Experiential Project Presentation Support program is to support and assist students in partnering with a faculty mentor to present findings from experiential projects at state, regional, national, and international academic forums related to their discipline. Students must be mentored by faculty, and the faculty mentor must serve as co-presenter on the presentation. Poster presentations are also eligible.