Research and Teaching: Mini-Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience: Impact on Student Understanding of STEM Research and Interest in STEM Programs

by: Tina L. Tootle, Darren S. Hoffman, Anna K. Allen, Andrew J. Spracklen, Christopher M. Groen, and Daniel J. Kelpsch

The authors describe and assess a one-week mini-course-based undergraduate research experience” for the perceived value of its components and ability to meet course learning objectives, provide similar research benefits, and serve as an underrepresented minorities recruitment tool.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 7/1/2019Stock # jcst19_048_06_44Volume 048Issue 06

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