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Jul 06, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CURQ on the Web: Partnerships and Collaborations Impacting Community College Student Research Programs - CUR Quarterly
The authors discuss efforts at New York’s Suffolk County Community College to engage minority and nontraditional students in STEM research and presentation opportunities.
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Jul 06, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CURQ on the Web: Vignettes - CUR Quarterly
Authors describe how to designate research-intensive courses on student transcripts and a one-year, research-based experience for those in the biomedical engineering design course and fine arts students at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Jul 05, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CURQ Web Vignette: Interdisciplinary Design Teams for Biomedical Engineering Design - CUR Quarterly
In the Biomedical Engineering (BME) Design course sequence at Carnegie Mellon University, BME students from the College of Engineering and product design students from the College of Fine Arts are introduced to the development of useful biomedical products in a one-year, research-based experience.
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Jul 05, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CURQ Web Vignette: Research-Intensive Course Designation - CUR Quarterly
The process of recognizing research-intensive activities on student transcripts remains limited at many institutions to honors students and through formal theses. A need exists to provide evidence of additional curricular research-intensive activities that do not appear on student transcripts.
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Jul 05, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CURQ on the Web: Undergraduate Research and Higher Education of the Future - CUR Quarterly
Full issue of Summer 2017 CURQ on the Web
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer17-UGResearchHighlights - CUR Quarterly
Undergraduate Research Highlights, summer 2017 CURQ on the Web
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly Vignettes - CUR Quarterly
Vignettes from Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document From the CURQ Issue Editor - CUR Quarterly
Column from Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document From CUR's Executive Officer - CUR Quarterly
Column from Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly: Utilizing Undergraduate Research to Enhance Integrative Learning - CUR Quarterly
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's Global Conflict and Cooperation learning community involves students co-enrolling in two or more courses to address a common theme, demonstrating the value provided by undergraduate research to learning communities and integrative learning. The authors describe the structure and approach of this blended research-learning community model and additional pedagogical strategies employed.
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly: Leveraging the Maker Movement for Undergraduate Research: Developing a Making and Innovation Culture - CUR Quarterly
The authors argue that institutions should consider embracing the Maker movement as an on-ramp to undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activities (URSCA), as it creates an opportunity to reach new student audiences. As high-impact practices, Making and URSCA involve creation of knowledge and result in positive student outcomes, including increased critical thinking skills. The authors discuss Radford Univ's plan to establish, develop, and expand a Making and Innovation culture.
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly: Award-Winning Mentors See Democratization as the Future of Undergraduate Research - CUR Quarterly
The authors embarked on a study to determine what is on the horizon for undergraduate research (UR) for the future.They reviewed the literature to identify current trends and asked 33 faculty recipients of awards for UR commitment and expertise about their perceptions of UR in the next 5-10 years. Results suggest that the next decade may bring more democratization of UR such as greater access to research opportunities for undergraduates from historically underserved groups.
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Jun 27, 2017 PDF Document Summer 2017 CUR Quarterly: Design Thinking as Research Pedagogy for Undergraduates; Project-Based Learning with Impact - CUR Quarterly
In the Design Thinking to Meet Real World Needs course at Grand Valley State University, faculty members recruit an internal university or external community-based organization to pose a vexing question to the class. To address this question and develop an original hypothesis or problem statement, students collect data. The students then derive multiple innovations to address the problem. Students engage in learning through a process that parallels undergraduate research.
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