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Undergraduate Research Resources Available for Browsing in the Center for Undergraduate Research
The following materials are available for browsing the Center for Undergraduate Research.
CUR Quarterly. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington DC.
Back and current issues available.
Bushey MN, Lycan DE, and Videtich PE (2001) How to Get a Tenure-Track Position at a Predominately Undergraduate Institution. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington, DC.
This booklet is designed more for faculty jobs in the sciences, but the advice is useful both for the job search and approaching tenure for all faculty.
Hakim TM (2000) How to Develop and Administer Institutional Undergraduate Research Programs. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington, DC.
Kauffman L and Stocks J (2004) Reinvigorating the Undergraduate Experience: Successful Models Supported by NSF's AIRE/RAIRE Program. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington, DC.
The National Science Foundation supported undergraduate research through the Recognition Award for Integration of Research and Education (RAIRE) and Award for the Integration of Research and Education (AIRE) in 1997 and 1998. These programs serve as models for undergraduate research, and this booklet is recommended for faculty and departments that are interested in applying for the Title III Individual and Department Curriculum Development programs.
Kerukstis KK and Elgren TE, eds (2006) Developing and Sustaining a Research-Supportive Curriculum: A Compendium of Successful Practices. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington, DC.
This book presents extensive modeling of engaging undergraduate researchers. It may be very useful for faculty and departments who are interested in developing applications for the Title III Curriculum Development programs.
Merkel CA and Baker SM (2002) How to Mentor Undergraduate Researchers. Council on Undergraduate Research: Washington, DC.
Copies of this booklet are also available for faculty. Please contact Julie Ellingsen to have one sent to you on campus.