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MIC 401 description and instruction

MIC 401 description and instruction

MIC 401 – Microbiology research paper agreement description

Microbiology research paper course gives credit for a written paper that is graded by a professor knowledgable in the topic being written about. The topic is agreed upon by the professor and student prior the the start of the course. The paper will be a minimum of 15 pages and an oral presentation to peers and the faculty reader will be required for credit. The professor will be required to read and grade the paper within one week after Reading Day. This course is an individualized study in conjunction with a professor. The curriculum is agreed upon by the professor and student. Please note, not more than 6 credit hours of individualized study can be used towards any major degree requirements. The university requires students perform 45 hours of contact work for each academic credit earned. Both MIC 302 and MIC 401 must be taken to secure a literacy (L) credit. See the list of paper topics at the link below for available topics and professors who may be able to help with reading and grading. If you have further questions concerning class requirements, please contact Heather Bean at heather.d.bean@asu.edu or Brenda Hogue at brenda.hogue@asu.edu.

MIC 401 – Microbiology research paper agreement application instructions

  1. Student will select a topic in the general area of microbiology (list of topics and professors at this link) to write about.
  2. Student will speak with one of the listed professors in that topic area about entering into a partnership to meet the requirements of the class.
  3. Activate the DocuSign agreement link below, complete and sign the form. A copy of the form will be sent to the listed professor for his/her signature and a finalized copy will be sent to SOLS advising for approval.
  4. If you do not receive confirmation from DocuSign that the form was signed by the professor, it will be your responsibility to follow-up with the professor.

If you have further questions concerning how to enroll in this course, please contact advising for assistance.

 

MIC 401 DocuSign Form

MIC 401 Topics and Professors

MIC 401 Topics and Professors

MIC 401 – Paper topics and correlating professors

Microbial Pathogenesis – Drs. Bean, Haydel, Misra, Nickerson, Shi 

Bacterial Genetics/Physiology – Drs. Bean, Garcia-Pichel, Haydel, Lynch, Misra, Nickerson, Shi, Wang 

Microbiomics – Drs. Cadillo-Quiroz, Garcia-Pichel, Krajmalnik-Brown, Lim, NeuerVarsaniWhisnerZhu 

Virology – Drs. Anderson, Blattman, Chen, B. Hogue, I. Hogue, Jacobs, Lim, Mason, McFadden, Varsani 

Immunology – Drs. Anderson, Bean, Blattman, Chang, Florsheim, Johnston, Lake, Li , McFadden, Rawls, Snyder-Mackler  

Microbial Ecology – Drs. Cadillo-QuirozGarcia-Pichel, Gile, Neuer, Varsani, Wang 

Microbial Evolution – Drs. Bean, Cadillo-Quiroz, Garcia-Pichel, Gile, Lynch, McCutcheon Varsani

Biomarkers/Diagnostics/Bioanalytical Chemistry – Drs. Bean, Haydel, Lake 

Eukaryotic Microbes/Parasites – Dr. Gile, Hu, Lynch 

Environmental Microbiology – Drs. Cadillo-Quiroz, Krajmalnik-Brown, Neuer  

Space Microbiology – Dr. Nickerson 

Microbial Biofuels – Drs. Garcia-Pichel, Vermaas, Wang 

Bacterial Photosynthesis – Drs. Garcia-Pichel, Vermaas 

Archaea – Dr. Cadillo-Quiroz 

Microbial Technology – Drs. Chen, Mason, Vermaas, Wang 

Vaccines – Drs. Anderson, Blattman, Chen, B. Hogue, Jacobs, Johnston, Mason, McFadden, Mor