2022 Scholarly Analytic reports are due May 3 to
A student completing Options C, D, E, or G must write a scholarly analytic report (18-25 pages) about the capstone work, addressing the following points:
- Reflect on your decision to pursue this capstone option. How does it connect your experience at Rutgers with your academic/career plans?
- Explain the project you pursued. What were the key issues or scholarly challenges?
- Dive deeper into a topic or question, drawing on additional scholarly literature. Include a bibliography of the works used.
- Analyze what you learned. What intrigued or surprised you about your work on the project?
The report will be due at the end of the semester in which the student completes the second course or completes the program, and will be reviewed by the SASHP Academic Dean. In all cases, students pursuing capstone work should be in touch early with their SAS Honors Deans for detailed advising regarding options and requirements.