Event Title

ENRICH Sweetwater

Presenter Information

Cecile Houry

Location

GL 100B

Start Date

29-3-2017 12:00 PM

End Date

29-3-2017 1:00 PM

Session

Workshop

Abstract

Chair: Cecile Houry.

Student Participants: Guillermo Garrido, Candace Greenland, Trevor Holden, Denise Montague, Barbara Ortega, Frank Trujillo

Engaged in Research in the Community through Honors (ENRICH) is a service-research course launched in Fall 2011 by the Honors College. The class examines some of the social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, educational, and health issues faced by the City of Sweetwater and its residents. Students select a topic related to their majors and/or interests. After conducting primary and secondary research on the topic, students work with university faculty members or administrators, city officials, non-profit leaders, and/or corporate agents to develop creative solutions to problems and implement them.

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Mar 29th, 12:00 PM Mar 29th, 1:00 PM

ENRICH Sweetwater

GL 100B

Chair: Cecile Houry.

Student Participants: Guillermo Garrido, Candace Greenland, Trevor Holden, Denise Montague, Barbara Ortega, Frank Trujillo

Engaged in Research in the Community through Honors (ENRICH) is a service-research course launched in Fall 2011 by the Honors College. The class examines some of the social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, educational, and health issues faced by the City of Sweetwater and its residents. Students select a topic related to their majors and/or interests. After conducting primary and secondary research on the topic, students work with university faculty members or administrators, city officials, non-profit leaders, and/or corporate agents to develop creative solutions to problems and implement them.

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