It’s the return of the MTOP Soiree!
The School of Information has the right program for master’s students who want to take advantage of the opportunity to work closely with a faculty advisor, explore original research questions, and collect and analyze empirical data to generate new knowledge.
The Master’s Thesis Option Program, or MTOP for short, is ideal for students whose future interests include a doctoral program or a research-oriented career.
Sounds interesting? You can learn more at the seventh annual MTOP Soiree from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 17 in the Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad.
While you gorge on a delicious lunch catered by Afternoon Delight, committee chair Soo Young Rieh will give an overview of the program. Associate Professor Victor Rosenberg will speak about how to write a thesis, and Donna Hayward from the U-M Library will explain how library staff can help you. Current and former MTOP students, Emilia Askari and Kathleeen Fear, will discuss their projects and experiences. Everyone will be on hand to answer your questions.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, March 14. An RSVP is not necessary, but it will help in estimating how much food is needed.Students