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The CUR Quarterly serves as the official public “voice” of CUR to both its members and to a broader community. Its purpose is to provide useful and inspiring information about student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship from all types of institutions. The CUR Quarterly archive provides open access to all articles published in the International Desk of the CUR Quarterly. This journal is based in the U.S., but the International Desk provides perspectives from outside the U.S. on innovative/important international developments in undergraduate research and inquiry.

International Perspectives

International Desk Editors:

Mick Healey, Professor Emeritus, University of Gloucestershire, Healey HE Consultants, mhealey@glos.ac.uk,

Alan Jenkins, Professor Emeritus, Oxford Brookes University, alanjenkins@brookes.ac.uk

 

SPRING 2015 International Perspectives on Strategies to Support Faculty Who Teach Students Via Research and Inquiry – Alan Jenkins, Mick Healey

Winter 2014 From the International Desk: Student as Producer: Research-engaged Teaching Frames University-wide Curriculum Development – Mike Neary, University of Lincoln

Fall 2014 Increasing Students’ Research Interests Through Research-Based Learning at Humboldt University – Wolfgang Deicke, Christopher Gess, Julia Rueß, Humboldt University

Summer 2014 Integrating Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum: International Perspectives on Capstone and Final-year Projects – Mick Healey, Healey HE Consultants

Spring 2014 Undergraduate Research and Human Rights: An Australian Case Study on Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling – Melissa Curley, Andreas Schloenhardt, University of Queensland

Winter 2013 Using Mobile Devices to Enhance Undergraduate Field Research – Derek France, University of Chester, W. Brian Whalley, University of Sheffield, Alice L. Mauchline, University of Reading

Fall 2013 Struggles for Widening Student Engagement with Undergraduate Research Journals -Helen Walkington, Oxford Brookes University and the Higher Education Academy, Andrew Edwards-Jones, Karen Gresty, Plymouth University

Summer 2013 Undergraduate Research in Scotland: An Enhancement-led Approach – Ray Land, Durham University, UK

Winter 2012 Is More Always Better? An Australian Experiment with a Research-Intensive Undergraduate Degree – Anna Wilson, The Australian National University, University of Canberra, Australia, Susan Howitt, The Australian National University

Fall 2012 Undergraduate Researchers Change Learning and Teaching: A Case Study in Australia and the United Kingdom- Sally Sandover and Lee Partridge, The University of Western Australia, Elisabeth Dunne and Sue Burkill, The University of Exeter

Summer 2012 From Problem-Based Learning to Undergraduate Research: The Experience of Maastricht University in the Netherlands – Ellen Bastiaens, Jan Nijhuis, Maastricht University

Spring 2012 International Comparisons of the Integration of Research into Undergraduate Degrees in the Social Sciences- Jonathan Parker, Keele University

Winter 2011 Undergraduate Research and Inquiry in the Netherlands – Roeland M. van der Rijst and Gerda J. Visser-Wijnveen, Leiden University

Fall 2011 Embedding Inquiry and Research into Mainstream Higher Education: A UK Perspective – Philippa Levy, University of Sheffield

Summer 2011 Irish Perspectives on Undergraduate Research – Orla Hanratty, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Bettie Higgs, University College Cork, Eloise Tan, Dublin City University

Spring 2011 Opportunity, Diversity, and Integration in Undergraduate Research at the University of Queensland – Paula Myatt and Kirsten Zimbardi, The University of Queensland

Winter 2010 A Canadian Perspective on Undergraduate Research – Susan Vajoczki, McMaster University

Fall 2010 An Australian Perspective on Undergraduate Research – Angela Brew, Macquarie Universitysummer 2010 Undergraduate Research and Inquiry-based Learning: Is There a Difference? Insights from Research in New ZealandRachel Spronken-Smith, University of Otago, New Zealand

Spring 2010 Undergraduate Research and International Initiatives to Link Teaching and Research – Alan Jenkins, Higher Education Consultant, Mick Healey, University of Gloucestershire

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