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Authentic research opportunities for all through CUREs: The Council on Undergraduate Research Mentorship for Integrating Research into the Classroom program

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Part of the Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) Lunch & Learn Series

June 16, 2022 | Duration: 1 hr. 2 mins.

In this workshop, participants will consider the barriers that might be preventing them from successfully designing and implementing authentic CUREs in their classrooms. By identifying and understanding these barriers, the group will consider ways to overcome them in distinct contexts and talk about the Mentoring the Integration of Research Into the Classroom (MIRIC) network as a means to obtain long-term mentorship towards CURE development.

Speakers

Jonathan FitzGerald


Rhodes College

Karen Resendes


Westminster College

Michael Wolyniak


Hampden–Sydney College

Who should watch

  • Teaching faculty.
  • Grad students and postdocs interested in teaching-intensive careers.

Attendee takeaways

  • Gain a fresh perspective on the barriers that can interfere with designing and implementing effective and equitable CUREs.
  • Formulate an outline for how to proceed with developing a CURE for their class and the means to receive long-term mentorship in support of this development.

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