The project, which may take many forms, draws on and extends knowledge, skills of analysis, and creative achievement developed through previous academic work. The student initiates the project, identifies an area to be explored, and proposes a method of inquiry appropriate to the topic. The project should include a reflection of the social context, the body of literature, or the conceptual framework to which it is a contribution. It must be shared with the College community through posters, presentations, or other means. The project may be within this discipline, across disciplines or in an established cross-disciplinary studies option. The project is supervised by a faculty mentor. This course is repeatable for up to a total of 8 credit hours. Prerequisite: ANTH 101, ANTH 201, ANTH 349 and ANTH 385, approval of faculty mentor and department chair of the student’s major(s).