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Nominees for CUR Councilor - Ballots will be sent by email
The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) invites nominations for the position of General Representative to the Executive Board. The board seeks individuals who will bring fresh perspectives on how to advance CUR’s mission through engagement with the public, peer organizations, and potential funding sources.
Councilors are a crucial link between the organization and its members, helping to set policy; design and coordinate programs, workshops, and meetings; and create information resources. Nominations for CUR Councilor are due by November 15, 2019.
Candidates for President-Elect should be very familiar with current Council business and must have completed at least one three-year term as a Councilor. Nominations for President-Elect are due by November 15, 2019.
Candidates for Council Representative must be a current Councilor and familiar with CUR’s Strategic Pillars and Plan. Nominees must be from one of the following divisions: Arts & Humanities, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, and Undergraduate Research Programs. Nominations are due by December 1, 2019
Nominations for Executive Board are due by January 11, 2019
Do you want to conduct rigorous assessment of undergraduate research on your campus? This webinar will present characteristics of excellence in the assessment of undergraduate research and provide strategies for creating or improving your assessment plan. Topics include strategies for excellence in tracking participation, creating comparison groups, finding valid measurements, fostering campus partnerships, and disseminating results.
The CUR General Council will elect new members to the Nominations Vetting Committee
The Summer 2014 REU Team
Dec 17, 2014 08:30 PM
CUR Physics and Astronomy Division Announces Planned Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program -- Deadline for Applications -- Feb 20, 2015
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