Undergraduate Research and Projects in Critical and Creative Practices
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This is an opportunity for students to work on faculty-driven scholarly and creative projects. By working with faculty in a studio and research “apprentice” model, students will gain hands-on experience in visual arts studio practices; film/media production practices; the creative writing workshop focused on craft, critical research, and writing; library and archival research practices; and much more.
Joli Sandoz (creative nonfiction) directs scholarly research focused on critique and/or the writing of creative nonfiction, or critique and/or design of analog games. This opportunity is open to people nearing the end of their Evergreen education who may wish to pursue a major research project, senior thesis, or capstone project in their particular relevant interest. Projects of this type bring together theory and application in the critical and creative pursuit of knowledge new to the researcher. Outstanding creative and critical projects add value to graduate school and job applications, and can enhance skills in synthesis, analysis, and creative thinking and practice. Sandoz specializes in personal and lyric essays, and in board and card games; she does not sponsor projects centered on autobiography, memoir, or computer games (interesting as those topics are).
This offering will prepare you for careers and advanced study in:
creative writing, writing, education, editing, media studies, media production, visual arts, film studies, web development, and the humanities
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Seat availability and credit options vary per quarter.
- Enhanced Online Learning - This offering requires access to web-based tools, but use of these tools does not displace any face-to-face instruction.
Class Size: 0
Scheduled for: Day, Evening, and Weekend
Located in: Olympia