Fall 2016 Professional Development Course Offerings
Please use the UF Schedule of Courses to find times, places, and other course information.
These courses are aimed at developing skills that will help students over their career.
|IDH3931||Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Teaching||1,2||18B1||Waschewsky, Gabriella
|IDH3931 Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Teaching|
|IDH 4905||Professional Development Scholars||1||DEPT||Garner, Regan|
|IDH 4905||Professional Development STEM Women||1||DEPT||Johnson, Melissa||IDH4905 Pro Dev Women in STEM|
|IDH 4905||Professional Development||1||DEPT||Spear, Kristy||IDH4905 Pro Dev|
|IDH 4905||Professional Development Engineers||1||DEPT||Law, Mark||IDH4905 ProDev for Engineers|
|IDH 4912||Undergrad Research||Var||DEPT||Staff|
IDH 4905 Professional Development
This course offers first-year students the opportunity to develop an action plan for deeper involvement on-campus and in their respective disciplines. Students will learn how to find and apply for internships, study abroad programs, research opportunities, and leadership and service projects. In this course, students will get to know the inner-workings of the university and discover available resources, all while working with other highly motivated honors students.
IDH 4912 Undergraduate Research
This course is limited to Honors students pursuing interdisciplinary research. Students should always try to register in departmental or college research courses in the home unit of the faculty advisor.
Research with a faculty member on campus. Please complete IDH Undergrad Research Credit Application.
IDH 4940 Internship
This course is limited to Honors students pursuing interdisciplinary interships. Students should enroll in their major or college course over this if available.
Internships can be a valuable supplement to academic coursework and an important tool in gaining real-world work experience. This credit is designed for Honors Program students wishing to pursue an internship and receive credit for the experience. Grading is S/U based on the completion of a paper at the end of the internship and a letter of support from your supervisor. A course taken for S/U does not normally apply to major requirements, but you may use these hours for elective credit.
Students interested in applying for this credit can download the Internship Application.
Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Teaching
An introduction to the theory and practice of scientific teaching in a cross-disciplinary science environment. Students will apply a scientific approach to science teaching, including reading relevant literature, experimenting with active learning approaches, and quantitatively measuring learning outcomes. Restricted to students who have completed the X-Laboratory curriculum.
This course is designed for students who have completed the X-Lab program and are interested in developing their knowledge and skills in cross-disciplinary scientific teaching through readings, discussion, curriculum development, and practice as an undergraduate teaching assistant.