We have some really interesting projects going on this semester! Student Eden Wallace is working on a thesis that has Thomas Kuhn's book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, right at its center. Natalia Jenkins is working with Clemson's THINKER group to minimize errors in electrical connections in automotive seats along with some GTC Mechatronics students who … Continue reading Spring 2022 courses
After coming off of months of virtual classes, we have two Creative Inquiry courses going strong for the fall 2021 semester. The first is an ART 299 Research in the Visual Arts class where the student will be creating a body of work that includes at least three fine art printmaking processes: woodcuts, monoprints, and … Continue reading Fall 2021 Creative Inquiry courses
We have some exciting projects this semester from those in business to mechatronics. Click on the Student Work tab above and hover over the Spring 2021 tab to see the courses and find out what our students are working on!
Creative Inquiry at GTC is excited to publicize the work being conducted on a piece of Greenville's history. Read on to find out what our student is researching! Student: Jack Hines Professor: Dr. Thomas Takayama, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences My wife and I have always been very involved in music; playing in … Continue reading Fall 2020 – Research in the Humanities
James Henry BIO 299 Summer 2020 Now that my Creative Inquiry experience has come to an end, I think that it is important to reflect on what I learned through the whole process. First of all, I owe thanks to Dr. Lee Edwards for all of the guidance and support she … Continue reading Summer 2020 – Biofiltration at Brashier pond – Updated 8/14/20
Elizabeth Hayes, a student from our fall 2019 BUS 299 Research in Business course, shared her thoughts about her experience in GTC Creative Inquiry: In 2018, I completed the Lean Six Sigma course through the Continuing Education division at Greenville Tech, and was looking for a project that would fulfill my Green Belt Certification. Lean … Continue reading What do our Creative Inquiry students have to say about the program?
There are so many reasons for students to participate in undergraduate research! This article from Liberal Arts Colleges is a great read to find out those reasons: 9 Reasons Why Undergraduate Research Matters
We have a student participating in the Creative Inquiry program this semester completing BUS 299 Research in Business. Elizabeth Hayes will be working with an accounting instructor, Kim Silver, to design a process using Lean Six Sigma practices for GTC to track placement of students once they earn their degree. Read about her project here: … Continue reading Meet our BUS 299 student for Fall 2019!
The Creative Inquiry program at GTC has had some phenomenal instructors step up and guide a student through a project (or many students through a project), but some still wonder why put forth the extra effort? Two of our Creative Inquiry instructors discuss their experiences in the video below: https://youtu.be/u0ZF-yB9pI8