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2. This new program supplements (and does not replace) the various research courses within disciplines and the Honors 499 research course. Ideally, La Salle wants to make the opportunity for "Independent Research" available to new people, but students who have completed those other research experiences are also eligible. La Salle's "Institutional Review Board" must approve any project involving human subject research; please contact me for further information.
3. You should apply on an "Independent Undergraduate Research Form" available on the Undergraduate Student Research web page or from the English Office--Olney 141). A prospectus of your research is required. Course projects must be approved and the sheet signed by the faculty mentor, by the chair, and then by me; I will forward your application to the appropriate dean. Applications should reach me as soon as possible but no later than November 15 for Spring projects and April 15 for Summer or Fall possibilities; order of application will be considered if there are too many worthy projects for us to pay faculty members to supervise them all. At this time, we do not have funds to pay students for research. If you will have unusual expenses, check with me.
4. After you submit the form to me, wait for my approval to register under the discipline name and the number "444." Have a back-up course in case your project is not approved--most are approved.
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