- History & Social Justice
- Personal Fitness & Health
- Pre-clinical Psychology
- Crisis Communication & Climate Change
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Public Journalism in Digital Age
- Positive Communication
- Environmental Stewardship
- Writing for College Success
- Writing for College Success in Engineering
- Biology that Matters
- Disruptive Technologies in Healthcare
- Forensic Psychology & the Serial Killer
- Advanced Chemistry & Research Apprenticeship
- Creative Writing & Literary Research
- SCI-WRI: Research Writing in the Sciences
- Health Professions
Introduction to the Principles and Relevance of Biology - HONORS COLLEGE BIOLOGY MAJORS ONLY
The goal of this undergraduate research learning community is to provide our honors students with the skill set required to design and execute a modest research project independently. We want to provide our students with the ability to apply the scientific method comfortably and effectively to a range of research questions. Each lab course, therefore, is intended to immerse our students in the process of science. This immersion requires brainstorming among peers, hypothesis development, the design of the proper experiment and necessary control experiments, the collection and analysis of results, and the communication of methods and results through a manuscript and/or oral presentation.
- 17458 BIOL 136N INTRO TO BIOLOGY LECTURE (MUST REGISTER FOR LAB BELOW), MWF, 2:00-2:50PM, SRC 1002
- 17460 BIOL 137N INTRO TO BIOLOGY LAB, W, 3:00-5:50PM, MGB 011
Note: All URLC courses have registration blocks to ensure that they are reserved for URLC participants.
Students are encouraged to contact UGRlearningcommunities@odu.edu or the Honors College (3-4865) if interested in joining or learning more about an Undergraduate Research Learning Community. The HC will be happy to help first-year students find the right URLC.