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Academic Initiative

STEM-US CUREs Project

  • Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF)

Program Overview

  • Developing Course-Based Research Experiences for Undergraduate Laboratory Courses: At this two day workshop, participants (teams of two from each institution) will work to: <ul> <li>learn about the benefits of CUREs for students and faculty.</li> <li>discuss the components of a course-based research experience.</li> <li>discuss barriers to implementation of course-based research experiences in laboratory courses at your institution.</li> <li>learn about strategies for overcoming barriers to implementing course-based research experiences.</li> <li>work in institutional teams to begin to develop course-based research modules for your laboratory courses.</li> <li>discuss approaches to student assessment of course-based research experiences.</li> </ul> On the second day of the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to get feedback on their CURE ideas and will have a closing session on how student assessment data may be pursued as publishable research to improve learning outcomes for your students.

Benefits

  • HBCU STEM Faculty will learn how to improve learning and teaching in their laboratory courses and begin exploring opportunities to conduct research on course-based undergraduate research (CUREs) in the context of HBCUs. This is not a prescriptive program, faculty will build on their interests, expertise and current teaching assignments. Faculty participants will get feedback on their plans from other workshop participants and from the workshop facilitators.

Program Contact

Location

  • Southeast
  • 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314, USA

Type Of Program

Audience

  • Faculty

Discipline(s)

  • Biology

History

Established

01/2019

Research, Roles & Responsibilities

Identity & Inclusion

  • Faculty are surveyed at the end of the first day of the workshop.
  • Explicitly through the presentations of the facilitators and by open discussion.

Diversity Groups (Social Identity)

  • N/A

Race/Ethnic Minority Group

  • African American/Black

  • Alaska Natives

  • Asian American

  • European American/White

  • Hispanic/Latino

  • Native American

  • Native Hawaiians

  • Pacific Islander

Inclusionary Practices/Activities

  • Specialized Curricula/Workshops (E.G. Training For Participants, Directors And/Or Faculty On Imposter Syndrome, Implicit Bias, Microaggressions)

Voice

Mentoring Components

  • Mentors Are Peers Of Program Participants (Near-Peer, Tiered Peer, Etc.)

Empowering Activities

  • Academic Recognition (I.E. Research Credibility, Prestige)

Past Participant Decision Making

  • Other

Expectation

  • Learning Objectives 1. I am prepared to develop a course-based research module. 2. I am prepared to implement a course-based research module. 3. I am prepared to evaluate my students in a course-based research course. 4. I am prepared to assess the effectiveness of a course-based research module. 5. I am prepared to find the resources to implement a course-based research module.
  • The purpose of the CURE program is to facilitate faculty development (improving instructional practices) and faculty research on student learning at HBCUs.
  • The purpose of the CURE program is to facilitate faculty development (improving instructional practices) and faculty research on student learning at HBCUs.

Evaluation Methods

  • Other

Anticipated Outcomes

  • Other

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