Honors College Praxis Labs gather students from different majors to collaborate on innovative project-based solutions to big societal challenges.
Students in these classes analyze a topic through in-depth classroom and field research such as lectures, panels, one-on-one interviews, readings and off-campus trips.
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At the Honors College, we believe that venturing out of your comfort zone is crucial to that individual development.
If you are accepted, you’ll take courses in which you encounter complex readings and ideas, and maybe a history role-playing game, that require you to read, think and write in new ways.
Current students and sophomores should apply during the spring semester of their sophomore year of college.
Competitive applicants should be in the position to complete their degree in approximately two academic years.
After problems have been identified, students work together to put their solutions and ideas into action in the community.
(In 500 words) Please describe your idea for a Praxis Lab.