Development of a Mentoring Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (M-CURE)
Keywords: engineering course-based undergraduate research experience CUREs mentoring
Heather E. Dillon
Institution: University of Washington Tacoma
Issue and Volume: SPUR summer 2020, vol 3, no 4
Description: This article describes the design of a mentoring course-based undergraduate research experience (M-CURE) that focuses on the publication and career growth aspects of the research experience. A survey of students who completed the course indicated that they appreciated both the publication and mentoring facets of the course. The first three cohorts of the M-CURE course have resulted in 83 percent of students with a viable paper for publication.