What is the Presidential Paper Topics?'What is the Presidential Paper Topics?' is a question that always comes up among my students. Sometimes we bring it up during the 'evaluation' time, and sometimes it just gets raised by the other students.
I think it's a good question because I think there are two answers to the first question, and they are; federal programs, and student research projects. Federal programs are the projects where we find questions that have been asked, and we come up with ways to address them. The topics of these federal programs are often brought to us by student research projects. So I think that's where the other questions come from, that students ask about their work.
The other answer to the question is what is the Presidential Paper Topics? That answer is the way in which we develop paper topics that address specific topics that we've discussed.
I think this is the more interesting answer because, as I mentioned before, we come up with topics for the papers before we even read them. We then go through each topic and try to come up with some kind of interesting, or at least new, paper topic for it. We then make a list of the topics that we like, and we put together a paper that can answer those topics.
I think it's important to realize that this process is completely independent of the way in which we actually do our own research. There is no basis in that particular process for coming up with a topic. It's not a scientific process at all. If you look closely, you will see that the paper topics that we come up with are not generally based on any kind of scientific procedure.
I think the reason why it's so interesting to know what the Presidential Paper Topics is is because this is the way in which we're able to add a little bit of personality to paper. If we came up with a topic that we were going to present on a certain day, we would need to prepare that topic ahead of time. We would need to plan it out, and so forth. But we're not actually doing any of that.
We're just coming up with topics for the papers and then figuring out how to answer them. I find that it's much more fun. It helps to inspire the student to be creative in what they're working on, and I think that's what they want.
Now that you have that in mind, you should have a better idea of what is the Presidential Paper Topics. You also should know what the problems are with the first one. That makes it more interesting, I think.