Event Title

Creating a Culture of Undergraduate Research Among All Disciplines

Presentation Type

Interactive Presentation

Location

BHC 128

Start Date

11-10-2014 11:05 AM

End Date

11-10-2014 11:50 AM

Description/Abstract

As Kenneth Bartlett (2003) asserts, “Undergraduate research can constitute one of the glues that cements the academy together, by linking in a great intellectual chain of knowledge every element of the human potential of the institution.” At Jacksonville University we have been engaged in a determined effort over the past 14 years to create a culture of undergraduate research across and among disciplines, fostering strong mentoring relationships among professors and undergraduate students. Recently, we have added a research intensive element in designated courses to prepare and inspire students to transition into fully realized undergraduate research projects.

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Oct 11th, 11:05 AM Oct 11th, 11:50 AM

Creating a Culture of Undergraduate Research Among All Disciplines

BHC 128

As Kenneth Bartlett (2003) asserts, “Undergraduate research can constitute one of the glues that cements the academy together, by linking in a great intellectual chain of knowledge every element of the human potential of the institution.” At Jacksonville University we have been engaged in a determined effort over the past 14 years to create a culture of undergraduate research across and among disciplines, fostering strong mentoring relationships among professors and undergraduate students. Recently, we have added a research intensive element in designated courses to prepare and inspire students to transition into fully realized undergraduate research projects.