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Social Sciences Faculty Excellence in Mentoring of Undergraduate Research Award Deadline

This award recognizes an outstanding mentor of undergraduate research in the social sciences for their role in 1) supporting, 2) encouraging, 3) promoting a positive and inclusive scholarly and teaching environment for undergraduate students, and 4) contributing to their students’ professional and personal development inside and outside of the classroom.

Social Sciences Inspiring Creation in the Social Sciences Award Deadline

This award recognizes outstanding doctoral students, early first-year faculty, or lecturers of undergraduate research in the social sciences for their role in 1) supporting, 2) encouraging, 3) promoting a positive and inclusive scholarly and teaching environment for undergraduate students, and 4) contributing to their students’ professional and personal development inside and outside of the classroom.

Biology Mentor Awards Deadline

The CUR Biology Division Mentor Awards honor biology mentors for their long-term efforts in supervising undergraduate research students. Individuals may be self-nominated or be nominated by CUR institutional or Institutional-Enhanced […]

Chemistry Outstanding Mentorship Awards Deadline

CUR’s Chemistry Division seeks to honor exceptional mentoring and advising by higher education faculty across all subdisciplines of chemistry with Outstanding Mentorship Awards. These awards recognize transformative mentoring and advising […]

MCS Division Mentor Awards Deadline

The Mathematical, Computing, and Statistical Sciences Division of CUR is pleased to announce three awards (Early, Mid, and Advanced Career) to honor mentors for their success in mentoring undergraduate students in research. […]

MCS Division Inclusivity Award

The CUR MCS Division Inclusivity Award is an annual recognition of a member who has shown excellence and sustainable work to broaden access to mathematical, computational, or statistical sciences with a […]

How to Build a Professional Presence and Network on LinkedIn Online Training Series 1 – Building a Personal Brand and Stand-Out Profile

How to Build a Professional Presence and Network on LinkedIn Online Training Series facilitated by Colleen McKenna,  Principal of lntero Advisory, is a practitioner, speaker, author, blogger, trainer, and coach.

$15 for individual access to all three webinars and $200 for a viewing party. This training is provided for free for all NCUR 2024 registrants. 

Training Series #1 on Building a Personal Brand and Stand-Out Profile

Topics to include: Essential components of an optimized LinkedIn profile & Creating the right experience and strategy (Reviewing and updating Settings & Privacy)

Community Engagement Meeting: CUR’s Annual Business Update

This is CUR's public Community Engagement Meeting where the National Office staff and members from the Board of Directors will update on what CUR has been up to in the past year, referencing data points outlined in the 2023 Year in Review, as well as opportunities for future engagement, the chance to meet staff and learn how to connect with them, and what to expect as we approach the 2024-2025 membership year and beyond. 

How to Build a Professional Presence and Network on LinkedIn Online Training Series 2 – LinkedIn Presence + Positioning – Building a Network and Community

How to Build a Professional Presence and Network on LinkedIn Online Training Series facilitated by Colleen McKenna,  Principal of lntero Advisory, is a practitioner, speaker, author, blogger, trainer, and coach.

$15 for individual access to all three webinars and $200 for a viewing party. This training is provided for free for all NCUR 2024 registrants. 

Training Series #2 on LinkedIn Presence + Positioning - Focus on Building a Network/Community

Topics to include: Showing up matters & The importance of a network

CUR Conversation: Undergraduate Research + Press

CUR Member Exclusive Benefit - CUR Conversations are a gathering of CUR members for knowledge exchange and sharing of best practices around a focused topic or specific theme.

What kind of undergraduate research stories is your institution/local newspaper looking for? What have you found to be successful ways to get publicity around your program and/or research?

Bring your questions and best practices relating to undergraduate research and the press to this member-only CUR Conversation facilitated by Jocelyn Anderson of the University of California - Davis (who just launched a new interactive web experience entitled The Student Researcher).