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For a seminar, the workload was on the heavier side. There was a weekly one-page assignment in which we had to break down the essential elements of the paper we were assigned to read. These elements included the research question, data sets, empirical challenges, and conclusions. We were also split into two-person teams for a single group project that required us to give a PowerPoint presentation of the above elements for a different paper from the one everyone was assigned for the week. The class is small—there were only 10 students—, so be prepared to know your stuff. You will not succeed if you choose to sit in the background and say nothing. The topic of the seminar, discrimination in the justice system, was extremely interesting and engaging. An overall great experience, especially if you are interested in research in the social sciences.