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          Scholar's Electives Brochure

          By graduation, Scholar’s Electives students will:

          •    Have a sophisticated understanding of diverse research methods and information literacy practices, 
          •    Apply this knowledge to design and produce research-based solutions relevant to global and local problems, and 
          •    Develop professional capacities and critical reflection through mentorship and engagement in a community of learning and practice.

          Admission Requirements:

          • Students apply for admission to the Scholar’s Electives program prior to registration in first year of a BA, BMOS degree program. Scholar’s Electives is a limited enrolment program, open to full-time students having at least a 90% admission average.

          • Selection will be determined by a Selection Committee on the basis of grades and a supplementary statement of interest. 

          Scholar’s Electives Program Supplemental Application

          Program Requirements:

          The Scholar's Electives program includes an honors degree, with either an Honors Specialization module or Double Major modules, as well as the 3.0 courses of the Scholar's Electives Program. The Honors Specialization or the Major modules may be standard modules offered by departments, or theme areas designed by the student with the support of Faculty mentors and approved by the Dean.

          For further information click on the Academic Calendar. 

          • As I conduct my research in the field I always ask myself: ‘how can I make this process more collaborative, more horizontal?
            Lucas Savino, PhD, Assistant Professor, Centre for Global Studies
            Dr. Lucas Savino conducts research fieldwork in Patagonia
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          • Speak to your peers, discuss your thoughts, and share your discoveries. Through this, ideas can and will grow.
            Dr. Amanda Di Ponio publishes book exploring world of theatre and drama
            November 2018
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          • Dr. He’s project will fill a scholarly gap by examining the literary works written by both well-studied writers and under-examined women authors.
            November 2018
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          Key Contacts

          Deanne van Tol, PhD

          Coordinator, Teaching & Research
          519.438.7224 ext. 343

          8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

          Jacob Lampkin

          Manager, Information Technology
          519.438.7224 ext. 717

          Sarah McCarthy

          Director, Advancement Operations
          519.438.7224 ext. 214
          Lucas House

          Vanessa Tosic

          Recruitment Officer, Recruitment & Admissions
          519.438.7224 ext. 802

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