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Spring 2014 CURQ on the Web

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CURQ on the Web

Welcome to CURQ on the Web.  This feature will feature supplemental materials for articles published in the print version of the CUR Quarterly, text and visual materials not included in our print version, and will showcase complete articles separate from the print version.  We hope you find this resource both interesting and valuable.  Please send your comments and suggestions regarding CURQ on the Web to kdm@bradley.edu.

 

Spring 2014 Edition

Human Rights and Undergraduate Research - Download Full Web Edition (Members Only)
Other Articles
Personalizing History Using Course-based Research on a Student's Own University
Joseph L. Murray, Sean D. Fortney, Anna E. Gioni, Zoey G. Goldnick, Kevin L. LeValley, Scott R. Schler
 
From Washington Partners: Why is Posters on the Hill Important?
Departments
CURQ Vignettes:
Applying Community-based Learning in Teaching and Researching Contemporary Slavery - Monti Narayan Dalta
From Globe Trotter to Global Citizen: Researching Human-Rights Through International Programs - Elizabeth Essary;
Undergraduates, Faculty Mentors, and Professional Disciplinary Societies Address Climate Change in a Global Human-Rights Issue - Diane W. Husic, Keith E. Peterman, Gregory P. Foy, Hilde Binford

Undergraduate Research Highlights
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