View interactive workshops with the theme The CURE for Research Participation, facilitated by Dr. Phyllis Baudoin Griffard (Biosketch). Participants will explore, collaborate, and design sustainable research experiences appropriate for their undergraduate courses.
Session one: Inoculating the Culture, will address the larger academic context in which research-rich courses will increase and become the "norm" at UL Lafayette.
Session two: CUREing Your Own Classes, will help you develop specific plans ready to add to your fall syllabi.
View workshops with the theme From Paperwork to Pocket: how to fund undergraduate research and improve broader impact on grants by increasing undergraduate research.
Session one: Research Apprentice Program Functionality and Proper Placement of Students with Mentors for Maximum Growth Opportunity.
Sheila Holmes, Coordinator of Research Apprenticeship Program College of Engineering (Biosketch).
Session two: Integrating and Funding Undergraduate Research in Humanities and Multidisciplinary Research Projects
Dr. Liz Skilton, Associate Professor of History & Director of Public History (Biosketch).
Session three: From Paper to Pocket: How to Pay an Undergraduate Student Researcher.
Todd Henry, Coordinator Specialist of Student Center for Research, Creativity, and Scholarship (Biosketch).
Session four: The Advance Program in the 22/23 academic year: What to expect.
Dr. Sherry Krayesky, Director of Student Center for Research, Creativity, and Scholarship (Biosketch).
View the Keynote Speaker's presentation.
Expanding Research Access and Increasing Student Engagement: Binghamton University's CURE Initiatives
Dr. Megan Fegley, Ph.D. Director of First-year and Summer Research Immersion at Binghamton University, New York (Biosketch).