International Perspectives on Undergraduate Research
CUR is a U.S. based organization committed to providing support for undergraduate research through faculty development across all barriers including country lines.
This webpage is designed to highlight our international initiatives, and we welcome additions. Should you have a suggestion, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
International Perspectives: Articles from CUR Quarterly
Professor Emeritus, University of Gloucestershire, Healey HE Consultants, MHealey@glos.ac.uk
The CUR Quarterly archive provides open access to all articles published in the International Desk of the CUR Quarterly. This journal is based in the U.S., but the International Desk provides perspectives from outside the U.S. on innovative/important international developments in undergraduate research and inquiry. For links to the full articles, please use the navigation bar on the left side of the screen.
International Membership Options
CUR offers memberships to both individuals and institutions. Please see the membership page
for a full listing of benefits.
To encourage international members to join, we offer the following membership discounts:
Individual Membership - $37.50 (50% discount)
North American institutions (outside the U.S.) - $625 ($200 discount)
International institutions (outside North America) - $425 ($400 discount)
All international members receive the CUR Quarterly in electronic format only.
To join, please use the applicable hard copy form
and send to the CUR National Office.
CUR co-sponsors a Seminar on International Perspectives in Undergraduate Research at the ISSOTL conference each year. This event is organized in conjunction with the ISSOTL Advancing Undergraduate Research Special Interest Group.
The next offering will be Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at the Raleigh Convention Center in North Carolina, USA. Details on the pre-ISSOTL event will be posted this summer. For more information on the full conference, visit www.issotl13.com
Materials from past events:
Research Skills Development Webinar
In September of 2010, an international conversation was held to discuss how we help undergraduate students to initiate research. Topics discussed were how others inspire students and employ discipline-appropriate ways to build their skills around identifying researchable gaps, clarifying directions, framing research questions, posing hypotheses or determining aims.
Please use the links below to access the archived materials from this webinar: