A case study and vision: Supporting undergraduate research at Eastern Michigan University
Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice
Undergraduate research has proven to be a high-impact practice for students. We discuss the challenges inherent in creating a culture where undergraduate research can thrive. Without a doubt this imposes some costs, but we argue that even relatively modest expenditures can have positive effects on individual student success and on campus culture. We conclude with an aspirational model for what undergraduate research might mean for students during uncertain days within higher education.
Link to Published Version
Bernstein, J. L., & Lindsay, H. A. (2021). A case study and vision: Supporting undergraduate research at Eastern Michigan University. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/19496591.2021.1984932