Other Resources

A team led by Susan Rowland at the University of Queensland (Australia) has developed a site with information about their version of CUREs, called ALUREs: alure-project.net 

The site includes references to several published CUREs and a series of simple checklists that may be helpful in planning a CURE.

Santa Rosa Junior College has received a two-year NSF grant to develop Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs). Faculty from STEM departments will be working to develop research projects that they will incorporate into their courses. You can get involved by attending the CURE Institute led by Dr. Erin Dolan on the SRJC campus August 15-18, attending meetings of the participants during the upcoming school year and/or visit courses with CUREs; attending the 2017 CURE Institute at SRJC. More information is available here. Please contact Abigail Zoger with any questions (azoger@santarosa.edu).

The University of West Alabama is hosting CURE (Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience) workshop that will be held on campus in Livingston, Alabama October 28-29, 2016. The CURE workshop is an opportunity for faculty interested in incorporating undergraduate research into their courses of all scientific disciplines. The application and flyer with additional information is attached. Please contact Mustafa Morsey (mmorsy@uwa.edu; 205-652-5541) with any questions. The registration deadline is September 15.

One of the challenges that CUREs face is deciding how to acknowledge undergraduates who generate data and analyses as part of the CURE. These documents outline different authorship policies that have been used by CUREs.