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Paul Robeson Scholars Project

The Paul Robeson Scholars Project is designed to encourage Livingston College seniors to undertake independent projects of academic merit and humanistic value, ordinarily within their major. Interested students should have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0, and a 3.0 in their major. Students may register in the fall term of their junior year for 02:090:398 Paul Robeson Junior Seminar, offered during the spring term, which helps them to plan their projects for the senior year. Students whose schedules do not allow participation in the seminar should contact the dean's office for information and advice. Robeson scholars enroll in 02:090:495,496 during their senior year in conjunction with independent study in their majors. The Robeson Scholars Project may also be combined with a departmental honors thesis. Upon successful completion of the project, students are designated Paul Robeson Scholars on their transcripts and receive certificates.


 
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