WHAT IS THE FRAMEWORKS PROGRAM?
The FrameWorks program is a co-curricular opportunity open to sophomores and juniors who want to develop themselves as thinkers, researchers, and writers. FrameWorks provides its participants with a guided process as well as a supportive community of peers and faculty mentors as they conceive, research, write, present and ultimately publish critical essays that draw on the interdisciplinary humanities. The program culminates every spring with the FrameWorks Symposium at which fellows will publicly present their work. Essays that meet editorial standards will be included in FrameWorks: A Journal of Undergraduate Research in the Interdisciplinary Humanities.
FrameWorks is an initiative of the Creative Work minor. It is funded by the Honors College, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and CITE, the Cougar Initiative to Engage.