Undergraduate Research: Literature

Carleton College Physics professor Melissa Eblen-Zayas (center) and sophomores Marlea Iiams ('09) and Kim Rocha ('09) (right) explore how the viscosity of non-Newtonian liquids varies as a function of the stirring rate. Details

Peer Review, Winter 2006, Volume 8, Number 1. Entire issue on undergraduate research


Hunter, A.-B., Laursen, S. L. and Seymour, E. (2006). Becoming a Scientist: The Role of Undergraduate Research in Students' Cognitive, Personal and Professional Development. Science Education (in press).

Laursen, S. L., Hunter, A.-B., Seymour, E., DeAntoni, T., DeWelde, K., and Thiry, H. (2006). "Undergraduate Research in Science: Not Just for Scientists Any More". Invited chapter in Handbook of College Science Teaching, eds. J. J. Mintzes and W. Leonard. National Science Teachers Association: Arlington, VA, 2006 (forthcoming).

Lopatto, David (2004). Survey of Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE): First Findings Cell Biology Education 3(4), p. 270-277.

Seymour, E., Hunter, A.-B., Laursen, S. L., & DeAntoni, T. (2004). Establishing the benefits of research experiences for undergraduates in the sciences: first findings from a three-year study Science Education 88 (4), pp. 493-534.



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