59-410 Research Project
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Welcome to the homepage for the 59-410 research project
at the University of Windsor.
NEW! Please note: Professor Jichang Wang will be supervising the research project course for 2011-12. The new website for this course is at:
NEW! 04.28.2010: Chem Prom! The final social event of the year takes place on Thursday evening at the Caboto Club. Click here for more information.
NEW! 04.27-28.2010: Final presentations will take place in 186 Essex Hall from 9 am to 3 pm. These presentations are open to the public. Final schedule is now posted!
04.21.2010: Theses must be handed in to supervisors and readers by 5 p.m. No copies are required for Dr. Schurko
03.1-2.2010: Research presentation #2 (progress report), 7-10 p.m in 105 Memorial Hall. Instructions for presentation #2 are on the Downloads page.
02.25.2010: Deadline for registration for Research Presentation #2. Click here to register.
11.23-24.2010: Research presentation #1, 7-10 p.m. Room 105 Memorial Hall. Instructions for presentation #1 are on the Downloads page. Click here to see schedules.
11.19.2010: Deadline for registration for Research Presentation #1. Click here to register.
09.17.2010: First meeting for 59-410 will be held in Room 186 Essex Hall at 4:00 p.m. on Friday Sept. 17, 2010. You will receive credit for attending the seminar at 3:00 p.m. (which goes towards your final grade).
09.09.2010: All students who are registered in 59-410 or wish to be considered for registration must fill out the registration questionnaire. Click here to fill out this form. Deadline: Sept. 16, 2010
04.28-29.10: Final presentations in 186 Essex Hall. Click here to see the preliminary schedule.
NEW! 04.23.10: Thesis must be handed in to your supervisor and reader by 4:00 p.m. on this day. For more information on formatting your thesis, visit the Links page.
This web site is not used as of Fall 2012. Please visit the new research project web site for 59-410 at:
All consultations with students are by appointment. Please email me, and I will return your email as soon as possible.
Research. Original laboratory research under the direction of a faculty member. Student must present three seminars discussing their research project. (1 lecture, 12 laboratory hours per week over two terms; 6 credit hours.) (Only open to students in Chemistry Honours, Chemistry and Physics Honours, Biochemistry Honours or Biochemistry & Biotechnology Honours programs; please consult the "Program Requirements" section of the calendar.)
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