Creative students explore meaningful topics. The Academic Partners Program supports academic faithfulness through one-on-one mentoring, development of an academic or fine arts project, and a capstone presentation opportunity celebrated during “Works of Our Hands Week.”
Past projects have included an investigation of the use of experimental therapies in the Ebola outbreak, the design of a propeller drive train for Geneva′s Solar Splash competition boat, research on the genetic determinants of anxiety in mice, a biography of David Metheny, a history of the Bloomington, IN Reformed Presbyterian congregation, and More Than Minds: Relearning Language through Poetry.
Requirements for Consideration
Students with a GPA of 3.60 or higher will be invited to apply mid-semester in the fall and spring for the following semester. In order to apply, students must submit a research proposal as well as a recommendation letter from the faculty member with whom they intend to partner for the program.
For more information, contact Margaret Duguid, Crossroads Program Assistant, on the second floor of the Student Center or at email@example.com.