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ESM 514

Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research

Kelsey Jack

Prerequisites: None

Units: 4


Students will learn when and how to conduct interdisciplinary collaborative research by working on a multi-authored research paper that engages different disciplinary perspectives. The co-instructors will contribute their expertise in two or more disciplines (science, management, policy, economics, business, law, etc.) to explore a research question in the field of environmental science. Students will learn and practice techniques for comprehensive literature review, data synthesis and analyses, excellent group writing, oral presentation, peer review, and appropriate referencing.

*Formerly listed as ESM595PB

Course Syllabus: Winter 2023

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