(If you’re a student looking for information on publishing your own research, please see the information we have in our section for students.)
The Director, Associate Director and the graduate assistants have published articles about establishing an office of undergraduate research, the role of mentoring in graduate education, introducing student inquiry in large introductory classes, organizing symposia for state legislators, and introducing research experiences in courses by collaborating with Graduate Research Consultants. These articles can be viewed or downloaded. We are grateful to the Council on Undergraduate Research, who holds the copyright for several of these articles, to allow us to provide web access to them. The mission of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) is to support and promote high-quality undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship. CUR and its affiliated colleges, universities, and individuals share a focus on providing undergraduate research opportunities for faculty and students at predominantly undergraduate institutions. CUR believes that faculty members enhance their teaching and contribution to society by remaining active in research and by involving undergraduates in research. CUR’s leadership works with agencies and foundations to enhance research opportunities for faculty and students and provides support for faculty development. We also thank the American Society for Cell Biology who holds the copyright for articles published in their Newsletter for permission to post copies here.
- Lessons Learned: Bringing Undergraduate Research Opportunities to Scale by Patricia J. Pukkila. Undergraduate Research Program Directors NewsBriefs 2 (2): 1 (2013).
- The Graduate Research Consultant Program-Embedding Undergraduate Research Across the Curriculum by Patricia J. Pukkila, Martha S. Arnold, Aijun Anna Li, and Donna M. Bickford. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 33: 28-33 (2013).
- Measuring Undergraduate Research Experiences Through Course Credit and Faculty Annual Reports by Patricia J. Pukkila and Martha S. Arnold. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 32: 2-3 (2012).
- Five Steps to Using Inquiry-based Approaches in Teaching by Patricia J. Pukkila. American Society for Cell Biology Newsletter 31 (10): 27-28 (2008).
- How to engage in collaborative curriculum design to foster undergraduate inquiry and research in all disciplines by Patricia J. Pukkila, Janice DeCosmo, Danielle C. Swick, and Martha S. Arnold In “How to Design, Implement and Sustain a Research-Supportive Undergraduate Curriculum”, ed. K. Karukstis and T. Elgren, Council on Undergraduate Research, pp. 147-163 (2007).
- Introducing Student Inquiry in Large Introductory Genetics Classes by Patricia J. Pukkila. Genetics 166:11-18 (2004).
- Bringing Instructional Innovations that Work in One Discipline to Other Disciplines: The Graduate Research Consultant Program by Patricia J. Pukkila and Martha S. Arnold with Danielle Glickman. Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education: The Value Added, Conference Proceedings (2004).
- Incorporating Graduate Student Participation by Patricia J. Pukkila with Ben Holt, Devon Fisher, Reed Wilson and David Martinez. Undergraduate Research and Scholarship and the Mission of the Research University, Conference Proceedings (2002).
- PostDocs Learn to Manage Others by Patricia J. Pukkila and Sharon Milgram. American Society for Cell Biology Newsletter 24 (8): 21-23 (2001).
- Research in the State Capital: Helping Your State Legislators Understand and Appreciate Higher Education by Patricia J. Pukkila and Katherine M. Whatley. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 23: 81-83 (2001).
- Why Establish an Office of Undergraduate Research? by Patricia J. Pukkila, Douglas E. Taylor, and Bernadette Gray-Little. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, 21: 177-179 (2001).