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Spring Courses 2019

 

 

HONORS PROGRAM

 SPRING SEMESTER COURSES

2019

 

 

Freshman Courses

To continue in the Honors Program, Freshmen in the Spring semester must enroll in any section of COLQ 1030 or an Honors section of TIDB 1110.

 

COLQ 1030, The Quest for Answers: Intro to Research Methods. 


This seminar seeks to help students develop an understanding of the research process as it is carried out within and across scholarly disciplines, as well as the broad ethical implications of academic scholarship. Coursework involves readings on theoretical issues in academic scholarship as well as exercises and activities designed to help students identify areas of personal interest for future research and familiarize themselves with campus resources that facilitate undergraduate research.

Faculty “Ways to Know” Seminars

 

COLQ 1030-01, T 9:30-10:45, Alexandra Reuber, Senior Professor of Practice, French and Italian

COLQ 1030-02, R 9:30-10:45, James Huck, Admin. Assistant Professor, Latin American Studies

COLQ 1030-03, T 11:00-12:15, Elizabeth Gross, Lecturer, Honors Program

COLQ 1030-04, R 11:00-12:15, Elizabeth Gross, Lecturer, Honors Program

COLQ 1030-05, T 12:30-1:45, Brittany Kennedy, Senior Prof. of Practice, Spanish and Portuguese

COLQ 1030-06, R 12:30-1:45, James Huck, Admin. Assistant Professor, Latin American Studies

COLQ 1030-07, T 12:30-1:45, Isa Murdock-Hinrichs, Professor of Practice, English

COLQ 1030-08, R 12:30-1:45, Isa Murdock-Hinrichs, Professor of Practice, English

COLQ 1030-09, M 3:00-4:15, Brian Horowitz, Professor, Jewish Studies

COLQ 1030-10, W 3:00-4:15, Clare Daniel, Admin. Assistant Professor, Newcomb College Institute

COLQ 1030-11, M 3:00-4:15, Anne Marie-Womack, Professor of Practice, English

COLQ 1030-12, W 5:00-6:15, Holly Jackson, Librarian, Howard Tilton Memorial Library

COLQ 1030-13, T 5:00-6:15, Holly Jackson, Librarian, Howard Tilton Memorial Library

COLQ 1030-14, R 5:00-6:15, James Huck, Admin. Assistant Professor, Latin American Studies

COLQ 1030-15, T 9:30-10:45, Charlotte Maheu Vail, Assoc. Dean and Director, Honors Program

COLQ 1030-16, R 9:30-10:45, Douglas Chrisey, Professor, Physics

COLQ 1030-17, M 3:00-4:15, Anne Gibson, Admin. Assistant Professor, Global Education

COLQ 1030-18, T 11:00-12:15, Douglas Chrisey, Professor, Physics

COLQ 1030-19, T 12:30-1:45, Michael Moore, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

COLQ 1030-20, R 12:30-1:45, Jennifer Beers, Nationally Competitive Scholarships, Honors

COLQ 1030-21, T 2:00-3:15, Elizabeth Gross, Lecturer, Honors Program

COLQ 1030-22, R 2:00-3:15, Jennifer Beers, Nationally Competitive Scholarships, Honors

COLQ 1030-23, W 3:00-4:15, Mauro Porto, Associate Professor, Communication

COLQ 1030-24, W 3:00-4:15, Bernadette Guthrie, Professor of Practice, English

COLQ 1030-25, T 3:30-4:45, John Howard, Associate Director, Murphy Center

COLQ 1030-26, R 3:30-4:45, John Howard, Associate Director, Murphy Center

COLQ 1030-27, T 3:30-4:45, Nancy Mock, Associate Professor, Public Health

COLQ 1030-28, R 8:00-9:15, Lesley Ann Saketkoo, Associate Professor, School of Medicine

 

TIDB-1110, More Than Just Business II Honors

 

TIDB-1110-03, T 11:00-12:15, Ashley Nelson, Professor of Practice, School of Business

TIDB-1110-11, R 11:00-12:15, Ashley Nelson, Professor of Practice, School of Business

TIDB-1110-17, R 5:00-6:15, Chastian Taurman III, Lecturer, School of Business

TIDB-1110-25, R 11:00-12:15, Chastian Taurman III, Lecturer, School of Business

TIDB-1110-30, T 12:30-1:45, Sanda Groome, Professor of Practice, School of Business

 

Sophomore Courses

Students are not required but strongly encouraged to take COLQ 2010 either in the Fall or the Spring semester of sophomore year.

 

COLQ 2010. Quest for Research

This seminar helps students develop — with faculty advice — their own scholarly and research directions. Special attention is paid to the identity and the role of work as well as the connections between research plans and study abroad opportunities. Also highlighted are honors thesis authors, post-baccalaureate plans, including applying for fellowships such as the U.S. Student Fulbright Program. Importantly, graduate and professional school applications are emphasized as well. 

 

COLQ 2010-01, T 2:00-3:15, STAFF

COLQ 2010-02, R 2:00-3:15, Elizabeth Gross, Lecturer, Honors Program

COLQ 2010-03, T 3:30-4:45, Melinda Nelson-Hurst, Lecturer, Schl. of Professional Advancement

COLQ 2010-01, R 3:30-4:45, STAFF

 

 

Upperclass Courses

 

COLQ 4013. Honors Thesis Boot Camp: A Workshop to Develop your Honors Thesis Prospectus

This workshop is designed to help honors students prepare for the thesis they will write during their senior year, and to take best advantage of the resources available at Tulane.  The honors thesis is an opportunity to do original research on a topic of the student’s choosing and to write an outstanding thesis that best displays one’s skills in investigation, critical thinking, and communication.

COLQ 4013-01, M 3:00-4:55, Francis Luongo, Associate Professor, History

COLQ 4013-02, T 3:30-4:45, Adam McKeown, Associate Professor, English

COLQ 4013-03, W 3:00-4:55, STAFF

COLQ 4013-04, R 3:30-4:45, Mark Vail, Associate Professor, Political Science