Although undergraduate research is identified as a high-impact practice, frequently it is an option for only a few students, mainly juniors and seniors, primarily…Read MoreContinue reading "New Publication Offers Guidance on Designing Course-Based Undergraduate Research"
By Timothy J. Tomasik, Associate Professor of French, Richard P. Baepler Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, Valparaiso University In early December, two graduating French…Read MoreContinue reading "Coding, Cookbooks, and Other Interdisciplinary Feasts"
NAC&U President Nancy Hensel and Wagner College Professor of Chemistry Mohammad Alauddin recently traveled to Qatar to present at the inaugural World Congress on…Read MoreContinue reading "Hensel and Alauddin Present Sessions in Qatar"
More than 125 administrators and faculty attended the annual three-day conference which included constituency group meetings, a faculty workload workshop, and tracked sessions on…Read MoreContinue reading "NAC&U Hosts 2016 NAC&U Summer Institute at Manhattan College"
NAC&U’s 2016 Summer Institute will take place on June 22 – 24 at Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY. This year’s theme is “Supporting Student…Read MoreContinue reading "Registration Opens for the 2016 NAC&U Summer Institute"
Last month, 40 faculty and staff in the STEM and related fields met at Belmont University for NAC&U’s first ever Science Summit. Participating campuses…Read MoreContinue reading "Inaugural NAC&U Science Summit Held at Belmont"
Twenty-three students and recent graduates representing 12 NAC&U member institutions traveled to Washington, DC from January 19 – 21, 2016 to share how integrative…Read MoreContinue reading "Students Showcase NAC&U’s Integrative Education Approach at Capitol Hill, Press Club, and AAC&U Meeting"
Traci Sooter’s excitement is contagious over the phone as she watches a crew unload the contents of three semi-trailer trucks in a massive parking…Read MoreContinue reading "Drury Students Collaborate to Build Solar Home that Can Stand Up to Tornados"
When Megan King started her undergraduate research, she had expectations – and a solid hypothesis – of what her research would yield. Her hypothesis…Read MoreContinue reading "Undergraduate Research – and Faculty Mentoring – Opens Doors to the Future"