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Pre-ISSOTL CUR Symposium Posters

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Pre-ISSOTL CUR Symposium

October 2, 2013


Integrating Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum:  International Perspectives on Capstone and Final-Year Projects
Mick Healey


Poster Session Themes

1. Connecting undergraduate research to the curriculum;

2. Mentor support and development;

3. Enhancing and evaluating student outcomes.

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Undergraduate Research in the Humanities – Embedded in the Curriculum
Katharine Kennedy
Agnes Scott College
Using Key Courses in the Psychology Curriculum as the Basis for Developing an Undergraduate Research Program
Alan Goble, Sara Wrenn, & Santiba Campbell
Bennett College
Formalizing Research within an Undergraduate Major at Bethune-Cookman University: Curriculum and Departmental Design
Michael A. Reiter
Bethune-Cookman University
Engaging Every Discipline in Undergraduate Research
Jenny Shanahan
Bridgewater State University
Connecting Undergraduate Research And Service At A University Outdoor Learning Center To The Curriculum
Christine S. Anderson
Capital University
Creative Inquiry Benefits to Students, Faculty and Curriculum
Barbara J. Speziale
Clemson University
Is there a place for computational neuroscience at a liberal arts and sciences undergraduate college?
Sorinel Oprisan, Ph.D.
College of Charleston
Assessment of undergraduate research at a private liberal arts college
Susan Larson & Mona Ibrahim
Concordia College
Integration of multiple research projects through the biology and chemistry majors’ curricula at Eastern Mennonite University
Steve Cessna, Tara Kishbaugh, and Doug Graber Neufeld
Eastern Mennonite University
Supporting Freshmen to View Themselves as Future Undergraduate Researchers
Dr. Gail Summer, Dr. Katie Goff
Ferrum College
Class-Directed Undergraduate Research Maintains Universal Experience for all Science Graduates
Charles W Gunnels IV, Win Everham, Serge Thomas, Brian Bovard, Nora Demers, Ai Ning Loh
Florida Gulf Coast University
Funding Panel Simulation in The Scientific Process course
Charles Gunnels, Mustafa Mujtaba, Edwin M. Everham III, Brian Bovard, Mary Kay Cassani, Nora Demers, James Douglas, David Fugate, David Green, John Griffis, Ann Hartley, John Herman, JoAnn Muller, Darren Rumbold, Serge Thomas, and Aswani Volety
Florida Gulf Coast University
Promoting Excellence in STEM Courses Through Inquiry-Based Learning and Undergraduate Research:  The SPARC3 Initiative
Ashley Hagler, Melissa Armstrong, Bill Burgin, Anat Lev, James Mottonen, Susan Whittemore, and Heather Woodson
Gaston College
Exploring the mentor-mentee relationship: A mixed methods study
Shannon N. Davis, Rebecca M. Jones
George Mason University
Mr. Miyagi Mentoring: Working with limited research resources in a public liberal arts setting
Larry Bacnik, Robin Lewis, Jennifer Hammack, Rebecca McMullen, Caitlin Powell, Rosalie Richards, Doreen Sams
Georgia College
Jerri J. Kropp & Trent W. Maurer
Georgia Southern University
From Grass Roots to Ground Swell: Incorporation of a Symposium for Student Scholarship into Institutional Life
Diane Chambers, David Hahn, Lauren S. Seifert, and D. Nathan Phinney
Malone University
Participation in Undergraduate Research Conferences: An Assessment of Student Outcomes
Maria Bartini
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Diverse Mentorship: An Evolution of the Undergraduate Research Experience
William H. Dees, Janet R. Woolman and Jeanne M. Daboval
McNeese State University
Undergraduate Research Posters Embedded within the Humanities Classroom
Dr. Karen Manarin
Associate Professor of English and General Education
Mount Royal University
The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Shirley Hymon-Parker, Ph.D., Paula E. Faulkner, Ph.D.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Embedding Research for Undergraduate STEM Students in the Freshmen Curriculum
Stanley Lo, Luke Flores, Greg Beitel, Denise Drane, Greg Light
Northwestern University
Developing a Research Culture: The Mentored Undergraduate Research Program at Norwich University
David S. Westerman, Karen Andr�sen, Travis Morris and Amy Woodbury Tease
Norwich University
Research for Undergraduates in Math and Science: a research apprenticeship program at Old Dominion University
Holly Gaff, David Gauthier, Eric Walters, Dayle Daines
Old Dominion University
Using reflection essays to assess learning for research programs:  Automating analysis for large-scale implementation
Ms. Jennifer M. Blaney, Dr. Julie S. Lyon, and Dr. Kimberly L. Filer
Roanoke College
Integrating Undergraduate Research into the Freshman Biology Laboratory
Lonnie J. Guralnick & Katherine Gladysky
Roger Williams University
Santa Fe College: The Perry Center for Emerging Technologies
Mary El-Semarani, MS
Santa Fe College
Student Perspectives on Shaw in Jamaica-MoN, an International Collaboration for Undergraduate Research Training
M.Goldmon, T. Dubroy, Paulette Dillard, W. Aiken, S.McFarlane, N. Younger-Coleman
Shaw University; University of the West Indies, Jamaica
Enhanced Learning through Field Research Experiences in Stratigraphy
Tamra A. Schiappa
Slippery Rock University
Enhancing the biology capstone research experience via required courses within the major
Alicia S. Schultheis
Stetson University
SATURN Journal: Research as a Teaching Methodology in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Louis Roccanova, James Remsen Jr., Davorin Dujmovic, Padma Seshadri, and Hector Sepulveda
Suffolk County Community College
The FLEUR Program: Integrating Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum at the University of Alaska Anchorage
David C. Pfeiffer, Kenrick Mock, and Ronald Spatz
University Honors College, University of Alaska Anchorage
Enhancing the Undergraduate Research Experience with Mobile Technologies in Fieldwork
Derek France 1, Alice Mauchline 2, Victoria Powell 1, Brian Whalley 3, Julian Park 2, Katharine Welsh 1, & Ruth Healey 1
1. University of Chester, Chester, CH1 4BJ, UK2. University of Reading, Reading, RG6 6AR, UK
3. University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK
CURO & the Undergraduate Research Coursework Model at UGA
Martin Rogers
The University of Georgia
Building Success through Discovery: Imagine, Investigate, Communicate
Lisa Keys-Mathews, Ph. D.
University of North Alabama
Promoting Undergraduate Research in the Humanities: A Case Study in English Composition Pedagogy
Tanya Long Bennett
University of North Georgia
Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee — A Student Initiative
Melissa Lee, Mark Remec, Sharon Pound, Nichole Fazio-Veigel, Taylor Eighmy
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Swipping Together: A Collaborative Model for the Introduction of Authentic Research into the Undergraduate Curriculum of Science Majors.
Phyllis Freemanᵮ, Sarah Baas Robinsonᵮ , Denise Flaherty , Lee Limbirdᵮ and Randy D. Blakely
Vanderbilt University , Fisk Universityᵮ, Eckerd College
An Integrated Scaffolded Research Experience for Psychology Majors
Karen L. Gunther, Preston Bost, Robert S. Horton, Eric Olofson, Neil Schmitzer-Torbert
Wabash College               

Cancellation Policy

In general the cancellation deadline is thirty days prior to the start of the conference, except where explicitly noted.  Cancellations requests received in writing to the CUR National Office at prior to the cancellation deadline will receive a full refund less a $50.00 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given after the cancellation deadline. Transfer of registration to another individual before the cancellation deadline is free of charge, but subject to member classification charges due to differences in conference rates. Transfer of registration after the cancellation deadline will be charged a $50.00 transfer fee.

Institutions may not substitute one participant for another without prior approval of the National Office.

CUR always suggests that their registrants purchase low-cost travel insurance when booking their air reservations. Not only will this insurance cover your airfare in the event of cancellation but will also cover the registration cost for the meeting you were to attend.


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