Hosted by CUR's Psychology division, this virtual talk will feature a presentation from Jen Coane, the Psychology Mid-Career Mentor Awardee.
This online gathering hosted by CUR's At-Large division will bring together colleagues from the USA, Canada, and beyond the pond for an international discussion of undergraduate research. Following presentations from an international panel, discussions in breakout rooms will focus on individual aspects of undergraduate research, and then open forum conversation for knowledge exchange and to answer questions.
An empowering 2-hour workshop on learning how to center your access initiatives on the work, and not the words.
Join this Connect UR Pre-Conference Workshop facilitated by CUR Members from a diverse group of institutions to discuss effective partnerships, learn about the partnerships they have developed and how these have evolved, share your successes and challenges, and leave with a plan to move forward.
Learn to reframe how to present their undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative inquiry (URSCI) experiences in terms of transferable career readiness skills identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) as in demand by employers.
This workshop will provide trainees with first-hand experience from established faculty and strategies for enhancing one’s research program within the context of undergraduate teaching and mentoring. In addition, the workshop will provide trainees with information about sources of funding and other resources to support their research with undergraduates.
This institute will bring together faculty and administrators interested in preparing proposals for submission to external funding agencies. The multi-day institute will consist of one-on-one work with a mentor, writing, small-group discussions, and critiquing of proposals. The institute has been developed to assist novice to experienced proposal writers in drafting complete proposals for submission.