Undergraduate Research as Teaching Practice
Undergraduate Research From Pedagogy in Action
Learn what defines undergraduate research, explore why research enriches the learning experience, and delve into methods to engage students in research.
Strategies to Involve Students in Research
Upper Division Courses, Independent Studies, and REU's
Learn from a set of web-based modules that aggregate the community knowledge, experience and resources that can encourage and support undergraduate research across the geoscience curriculum.
Incorporating research into an introductory meteorology course, Elizabeth Malcolm, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Wesleyan College
Assessing Student Research
Read more about assessing student research as a pedagogy, or assessing REU programs.
- 2015 AGU: Embedding Research in Undergraduate Classes Across the Geoscience Curriculum Workshop
Building on the 2014 workshop (see below), this workshop presented numerous strategies for conducting in-class research projects including use of archived on-line Earth data, use of instrumentation, computer and physical modeling, and field-based research. Participants will receive practical advice on design principles, development and implementation plans, and research project assessments.
- Engaging Students in the First Two Years: 2014 Workshop
This workshop explored the many ways that authentic research experiences can be embedded in introductory Earth Science courses.
- 2011 CUR-Cutting Edge Undergraduate Research Writing Retreat
This event brought together several faculty from across the nation who are actively involved with undergraduate research to collaboratively write essays and case studies of undergraduate research throughout the curriculum.
- Contribute your own teaching materials and case studies to the collection.
- Join the discussion on the Undergraduate Research email list.