Talk to an Academic Advising Director: They can help you move forward the project development process.
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Start with your interests. What would you like to learn more about? Talk to your advisors, professors, and peers. Get suggestions for where to look for existing project opportunities, or brainstorm project ideas.
The first step in taking on any independent project is to reflect on your intellectual interests, questions, and goals.
Team up with other Stanford scholars to learn how different disciplines approach the research process.
A good relationship with a faculty mentor is the cornerstone of all successful undergrad research and independent projects.
Fill your research toolbox with a unique combination of skills and knowledge.
Consider the time scale and resources you have to build a successful independent project.
Off-campus projects require extra preparation and careful planning.
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