Identifying and overcoming barriers to CURE implementation at your institution
The workshop will open with a brief discussion of the power of Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CUREs). Attendees will be invited to join small groups in Zoom breakout rooms, where they will identify potential barriers to implementing a CURE at their own institutions. Participants can focus on either a CURE they are currently using or on the Biochemistry Authentic Scientific Inquiry Lab (BASIL) CURE. The flexible design of the BASIL curriculum will be used to highlight ways participants can overcome some of the identified implementation barriers. Most importantly, participants will be provided with resources to create a preliminary individualized CURE implementation plan and know next-steps and support available for realizing their individual plans.
Who should watch
- Teaching faculty.
- Grad students and postdocs interested in teaching-intensive careers.
- Understand of the power of course-based undergraduate research experiences.
- Identify barriers to CURE implementation and ways for overcoming those barriers.
- Learn about resources to create a preliminary CURE implementation plan to use at your home institution.
Other workshops in this series
Learn about the barriers that might be preventing you from successfully designing and implementing authentic CUREs in your classrooms, and ways to overcome them.Member only content
An overview of the Genomics Education Partnership, a consortium formed in 2006 with the goal of providing a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience in genomics which provides a cost-effective addition to undergraduate curricula and is easily adaptable to online and hybrid implementations.Member only content