ERTL - A targeted training lab for undergraduates.
Minor Policy for UK - New policies have developed concerning minors working in laboratories.
Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR): The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) is a national professional (membership) organization designed to support and promote high-quality undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship. Since 2011, the UK Office of Undergraduate Research has been a member of CUR through the Kentucky system-wide Institutional membership, contracted by the Council on Post-secondary Education (CPE). As of July 1, 2015, we are pleased to announce that the University of Kentucky has become an Enhanced Institutional Member. Enhanced Institutional Membership allows ANY faculty member, student, or staff member from our institution to join the Council on Undergraduate Research at no additional cost to the individual. All other membership benefits of the institutional membership also apply to the enhanced membership. For more information about CUR and memberships, see www.cur.org/membership/.
How to become a member of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), under the UK Enhanced Membership, 2015-2016
We invite you to join CUR by following these steps:
Note: the URPD is the DIVISION for members who want to participate as general undergraduate research. Otherwise, select a division that corresponds with your discipline/major.
Sponsored Project Information Files (SPIFi): A database of externally funded sponsored projects conducted at the University of Kentucky
For questions concerning compliance issues, please contact The Office of Research Integrity.
JUNE - JUNE is an online journal for undergraduate neuroscience faculty that publishes peer-reviewed reports of innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education. JUNE serves as a mechanism for faculty to exchange information regarding topics such as laboratory exercises, new media, curricular considerations, and teaching methods.
This new online journal provides unique perspectives on undergraduate research from faculty around the world. Readers are encouraged to submit their own articles on practices they think are important to the development of a robust undergraduate research program.
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