Students work directly with a faculty member in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change to develop a collaborative project around select themes led by a faculty member's research interests. Students will develop a proposal with a faculty member matched to their program interests. Research includes multiple approaches and outcomes within two broad categories: 1) Major Paper (research paper, synthesis paper, literature review, content analysis, literary work, etc.). 2) Major Project (workshops, cultural productions, studio, field project etc.). Prerequisites: Students must successfully complete EU/ENVS 3010 3.00; or EU/ENVS 2009 3.00; attended a spring workshop for SHW; and have a B+ (7.00) cumulative GPA at the end of their third-year; or permission of the Undergraduate Program Director.
Prior to FALL 2020: ES/ENVS 3010 3.00; or ES/ENVS 2009 3.00
Programs: Cities, Regions, Planning / Environmental Arts & Justice / Sustainable Environmental Management