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ESM 514

Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research

Kelsey Jack

Prerequisites: None

Units: 4


This course provides the opportunity to engage with the potential and challenges of cross- and multi-disciplinary research collaboration. Students will engage with practical and strategic elements of conducting research. The class is organized around eight issues and challenges that arise during the research process, from formulating a research question to forming a team of collaborators and fundraising to navigating the peer review process. Through activities, discussions and examples, the class will help demystify different stages of the research process and provide practical tools to help students succeed in the transition from consumers to producers of knowledge.

*Formerly listed as ESM595PB

Course Syllabus: Winter 2023

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