Course-Based Undergraduate Research for All: Preparing the Future STEM Workforce Curing Limited Undergraduate Research Opportunities with I-CUREs: Interdisciplinary Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences CURE as a Research Experience for All: Preparing the Future STEM Workforce We propose to develop, implement, and Course Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs), in which all STEM majors from the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences would enroll and learn from each other in a synergistic manner. CUREs are rapidly becoming a model for undergraduate education in which students enroll in a course that is focused on a research question and students themselves generate hypotheses, develop protocols, generate the data, and analyze the outcomes. We propose to leverage the interdisciplinary nature of the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences in the New College of Arizona State University that encompasses all of the STEM disciplines. We will create a common course framework that will be applicable to a wide variety of research topics such as food science, animal population dynamics, mine site remediation, and yeast biology.
|Effective start/end date||9/15/16 → 8/31/21|
- National Science Foundation (NSF): $296,751.00
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