· Statement of area of interest, thesis statement, introduction:
The Chambered Nautilus. “The Chambered Nautilus” by Oliver Wenfell Holmes. UWF history, Dr. Harold Crosby. “..a symbol of growth, change, and accomplishment.” -Crosby
My goal with this project is to represent the relationship between new beginnings/determination and the University of West Florida by using new technology offered on campus along with elements found on the Edward Ball Nature Trail.
· List of primary research (6 min.):
-people interviewed, news articles, journals, artist inspirations, librarian assisted resources, catalog resources using Modern Lang Assoc. (MLA) citation methodology in your blog post.
John R Bratten-Chair and Associate Professor of Anthropology
Gregory D Cook-Assistant Professor of Anthropology
“The Chambered Nautilus by Oliver Wendell” by Gladys Washington.
· Locations to conduct fieldwork:
Thompson’s Bayou and the Edward Ball Nature Trail
· 4(min.) kinds of information/sample collections/date to gather in the fieldwork:
Minerals (sand/dirt), foliage, water from the bayou. Records of number of degrees received at the university.
· Proposed statement of the type of final project/product you will design and create. Include materials, size, and any other formal elements of the project.
3D model of a chambered nautilus, words of the poem on the inside and filled with sediment/crushed foliage, possibly incorporate water.