“Research/Creativity” is defined here as modes of scholarship and inquiry as they are variously practiced and defined in OSU’s academic disciplines. It will vary by major/discipline. In the sciences, it could be a laboratory research project. In the liberal arts, it might be a creative effort in music, visual, or performance arts. In any case, the project must be overseen and approved by an OSU faculty mentor.
Students can seek both the “Research Fellow” and the “Arts Fellow" notation on their transcript but it must be for separate projects.
Presenting your research at CUE, SURS, or another Symposium is a requirement to qualify for the Transcript Notation.
Students who present at CUE or SURS will need to apply for Transcript Notation through the above form.
Students may apply for transcript notation at any time. If you are a graduating student, the deadline to apply is Monday of Week 10.
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