An approved area of study or project under the guidance of an MMG faculty member and the Academic advisor.
Open to Degree and PACE students
MMG 1990 is a research methods laboratory course framed around identifying novel antibiotic-producing bacterial strains in an effort to combat the increasing levels of antibiotic resistant infections. Students will develop research questions, investigate them using laboratory methods that they create and optimize, and share their data with an expanding network of Small World Initiative partner institutions throughout the U.S. and Europe. Learn more here: http://www.smallworldinitiative.org/
Attendance and participation is expected for all class periods. Thoughtful, critical, and productive review of peer's work is expected.
Students will be assessed on the following: creation and maintenance of a laboratory notebook (25%) Critical Analysis papers (30%) Position paper regarding antibiotic drug discovery (10%) Creation and Presentation of a research poster (25%) STEAM inspiration group project (10%)
Note: These dates may change before registration begins.
Note: These dates may not be accurate for select courses during the Summer Session.
|Last Day to Add
|Last Day to Drop
|Last Day to Withdraw with 50% Refund
|Last Day to Withdraw with 25% Refund
|Last Day to Withdraw
There are no courses that meet this criteria.
MMG 1990 A is closed to new enrollment.
But we can remind you a few days before the next term opens. You can also see what terms are enrolling currently.