Each student will submit a 4-6-page reflection to the DHC elaborating on their experience in connection with their capstone and other honors courses/experiences. The reflection is due after the presentation and before the last day of finals during the completion semester.
Your 4-6-page, double-spaced, 1" margin, reflection should include a thoughtful examination of how you have met the DHC's learning objectives through your Honors Capstone Project as well as your other honors experiences. This reflection will let us know in what ways students are (or are not) meeting the objectives. There is no "right" answer for this reflection.
Davidson Honors College Learning Objectives:
- Think critically. Identify, evaluate, and integrate available information and arguments; develop logical and reasonable positions across a wide range of issues.
- Communicate. Express ideas and arguments through oral and written strategies; develop strong listening skills.
- Collaborate. Contribute to, and lead if necessary, a diverse team in pursuit of a shared goal.
- Solve problems. Employ rigorous quantitative and/or qualitative analysis to identify informed solutions to complex challenges.
- Design and execute an original project. From initiation to manifestation and public presentation.
- Act ethically. Make decisions based on the University of Montana’s four guiding principles: innovation and creativity, openness, partnership, and impact.
- Engage as a citizen. Strengthen commitment to meaningful service and community.