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Research Apprenticeship Program

The Research Apprenticeship Program pairs faculty members with Honors Tutorial College students to work on original research or creative projects. The intent is to support the faculty member in his or her scholarly pursuits while at the same time providing the student with an opportunity for sustained mentoring. The relationship is mutually beneficial and supportive.


Typically, more than 20 apprenticeships are offered per year. Faculty submit proposals to the HTC dean in the spring. Students interview for the selected projects and are paid to assist the faculty member for 30 hours per week for up to 10 weeks.


Any Ohio University faculty member who has taught an HTC tutorial in the past three years is eligible to apply for an HTC research apprentice. 


HTC Journalism and Studio Art students produce Inquiry, Research Apprenticeship Edition, annually. To read the latest issue and find out about the projects selected for the apprenticeship program last academic year,  click here.

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