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written by Anne-Barrie Hunter, Timothy J. Weston, Sandra L. Laursen, and Heather Thiry
For eight years, our research group has been investigating the outcomes of undergraduate research (UR) experiences in the sciences for students, their advisors, their departments and their institutions. Based on our and other recent research on UR, we have developed a web-based survey we call Undergraduate Research Student Self-Assessment (URSSA). The goal of URSSA is to enable departments and programs to gather information about what students do or do not gain from participating in UR in the sciences, and about what activities contribute to those gains.
Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly: Volume 29, Issue 3, Pages 15-19
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- Assessment
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A. Hunter, T. Weston, S. Laursen, and H. Thiry, CUR Quarterly 29 (3), 15 (2009), WWW Document, (http://www.cur.org/documents/Citation_viewer/?Id=1340).
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A. Hunter, T. Weston, S. Laursen, and H. Thiry, URSSA: Evaluating Student Gains from Undergraduate Research in the Sciences, CUR Quarterly 29 (3), 15 (2009), <http://www.cur.org/documents/Citation_viewer/?Id=1340>.
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Hunter, A., Weston, T., Laursen, S., & Thiry, H. (2009, March 1). URSSA: Evaluating Student Gains from Undergraduate Research in the Sciences. CUR Quarterly, 29(3), 15-19. Retrieved June 26, 2019, from http://www.cur.org/documents/Citation_viewer/?Id=1340
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Hunter, A, T. Weston, S. Laursen, and H. Thiry. "URSSA: Evaluating Student Gains from Undergraduate Research in the Sciences." CUR Quarterly. 29, no. 3, (March 1, 2009): 15-19, http://www.cur.org/documents/Citation_viewer/?Id=1340 (accessed 26 June 2019).
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Hunter, Anne-Barrie, Timothy Weston, Sandra Laursen, and Heather Thiry. "URSSA: Evaluating Student Gains from Undergraduate Research in the Sciences." CUR Quarterly 29.3 (2009): 15-19. 26 June 2019 <http://www.cur.org/documents/Citation_viewer/?Id=1340>.
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