Undergraduate Summer Scholars Fall Report (Faculty) "*" indicates required fields Date MM slash DD slash YYYY Name* First Last Email* Describe the progress made by your Summer Scholars. How has their participation in the seminar and the writing studios impacted their ability to write about and discuss the humanities?In what ways has your experience as a Faculty Director impacted your research and teaching?Briefly describe your plans for mentoring your Summer Scholars through the LAUNCH Undergraduate Research thesis process.Would you be willing to share your syllabus with future Faculty Directors?* Yes No Have you opened sections for students (491, 485, etc) for the fall and spring semesters?* Yes No The following questions ask for your feedback regarding the logistics of the program. We appreciate your thoughts as we consider changes to improve the experience for both faculty and students.Did you find the length of the seminar (40 hours) too long, too short, or just the right amount of time to meet? What would be your ideal meeting length and modality (fully online, in-person, a blend of the two)?Do you believe that shifting the seminar meetings to the Maymester period (roughly May 13 to May 31) would appeal to faculty and students? Why or why not?Please comment on the compensation provided for your work ($5,000), as well as the student tuition ($2,000).What suggestions do you have regarding ways the Glasscock Center can support faculty and students throughout the Undergraduate Summer Scholars program?Please give any feedback that you have regarding the writing studios (provided by the University Writing Center) and/or the LAUNCH Undergraduate Research thesis program.Please include any additional feedback on your experience with the Undergraduate Summer Scholar program so far.