Learning Through Research

FAN Sessions 2014

Readiness for the Future: Maximizing Undergraduate Research

Faculty-Administrator Network Sessions

In examining undergraduate research as a high-impact practice that prepares students for their futures: in a profession, attending graduate and professional school, being engaged and active citizens; how do we, as faculty and administrators, maximize the impact of undergraduate research?
 
FAN Sessions will occur in the Student Center, in the designated room number.
 
 
Full FAN Session Program, with session descriptions.
 

FAN Session 1 on Thursday, April 3, 12:30-1:30PM

Assessment and Undergraduate Research: Transforming the Classroom into a Learning Experience
Presenters: Kevin Shorner-Johnson, David K. Palmer; Location: Student Center, Room 205
 
Community-Based Research: The design process: the similarities between graphic design research and formal research
Presenters: Dan Paulus; Location: Student Center, Room 111
 
Engaged Learning: From Stupeo to Studeo: Engaged Learning and Undergraduate Research in History
Presenters: Sasha Pursley; Location: Student Center, Room 231
 
Global Undergraduate Research: Enhancing Knowledge through Global Undergraduate Research and Training
Presenters: Fatme Al Anouti, Karen Clay, Terezinha Cassia de Brito Galvao, 'Dimeji R. Togunde, Johnnella E. Butler; Location: Student Center, Room 228
 
Integrating Research into the Curriculum: Case Studies From Across the Campus at The University of the South
Presenters: Robert E. Bachman, Jeffery P. Thompson and Kelly J. Whitmer;
          Location: Student Center, Room 230
 
Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers: "Individual and institutional mentoring of undergraduate students in research"
Presenters: Julius M Kitutu, M.O. Thirunarayanan, Ms. Joliette Re;
          Location: Student Center, Room 115
 
Scaffolding Research across the Curriculum: Models and Strategies for Increasing UR Experiences in Teacher Education Programs
Presenters: Simone DeVore, Kymberly Drawdy, Ruth Palmer, Dennis Munk;
          Location: Student Center, Room 206
 
Scaffolding Research across the Curriculum: 3 Courses, 3 Rubrics, Endless Possibilities
Presenters: Lyn C. Howell, Angela Hilton-Prillhart, Bert Allen; Location: Student Center, Room 249
 

FAN Sessions 2 on Friday, April 4, 8:00-9:00AM

Community-Based Research: Bridging the Gap: A Sustainable Model for Funding and Retaining a Research Coordinator?
Presenters: Rebecca M. Erickson; Location: Student Center, Room 249
 
Engaged Learning: Incorporating Formal Research Presentation into Senior Capstone
Presenters: Kayleen Islam-Zwart; Location: Student Center, Room 228
 
Integrating Research into the Curriculum: Integrating an Undergraduate Research Project into Several Courses
Presenters: Robb Sinn; Location: Student Center, Room 113
 
Keeping Current with CUR: New Developments in the International Undergraduate Research Movement
Presenters: Council on Undergraduate Research National Office Staff;
          Location: Student Center, Room 206
 
Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers: Productive methods for mentoring undergraduate research projects outside of the natural sciences
Presenters: Alice Louise Kassens, Michael Enz, Elizabeth A. Holbrook, Julie Lyon
Location: Student Center, Room 205
 
Scaffolding Research across the Curriculum: Case Studies in Departmental Rethink and Redesign
Presenters: Geri Paterson, Tricia Rachfall, Aaron P. Boesenecker; Location: Student Center, Room 111
 
Tenure & Promotion: Determining How to Describe Undergraduate Research in a Clear and Equitable Way for Rank and Tenure Decisions
Presenters: Chad M. Scholes, Lisa Felzien; Location: Student Center, Room 231
 

FAN Sessions 3 on Friday, April 4, 12:30-1:30PM

Assessment and Undergraduate Research: Developing a plan for assessment and utilizing tools to maximize impact and ensure high-quality research experience for undergraduates
Presenters: Rose E. Constantino, Randolph Hollingsworth, Chris Thuringer;
          Location: Student Center, Room 111
 
Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research: Maximizing Student Experiences in Undergraduate Research with Diverse Students and Community-Based Studies
Presenters: Ruby H.N. Nguyen; Location: Student Center, Room 230
 
Community-Based Research: Empowering Student Participation in Experiential Learning using Mapping Technologies and the Community-Based Participatory Research Model
Presenters: Christopher Magno, Aidan Frombach, Adam Kalivoda, Elizabeth A. Holbrook, Julie S. Lyon; Location: Student Center, Room 206
 
Global Undergraduate Research: International Experiences in Undergraduate Research
Presenters: Qingwen Dong, Isabelle Lagadic; Location: Student Center, Room 231
 
Integrating Research into the Curriculum: Research to Practice: Developing and Applying Research Knowledge and Skills from the Undergraduate Student Perspective to Community Based Issues
Presenters: Laura Ellis-Lai, Madalienne Peters, Alejandra Vazquez;
          Location: Student Center, Room 115
 
Interdisciplinary Studies and Undergraduate Research: Writing and statistics: two vehicles for organizing a sustainable center for applied interdisciplinary undergraduate research
Presenters: Paul Roback, Nancy G. Barron, Sibylle Gruber; Location: Student Center, Room 249
 
Scaffolding Research across the Curriculum: From Freshman to Seniors: Two Approaches for Incorporating Research into all Levels of the Biology Curriculum
Presenters: Bernadette J. Connors, Nathan Reyna, Ruth Plymale, Lori Hensley
Location: Student Center, Room 205
 
Student Development and Undergraduate Researchers: Handle With Care: The Midadolescent Undergraduate Researcher
Presenters: Beth Polin, Alison M. Dachner, Steven Bonner, Brandon Fredenburg;
           Location: Student Center, Room 228