The 2014-2016 Center for Engaged Learning Seminar on Mentoring Undergraduate Research, a three-year research seminar, supported multi-institutional research that advances excellence in mentoring undergraduate research. We invited interested scholars from across the disciplines to submit applications to join a cohort of researchers collaborating on the study of evidenced-based, high-quality undergraduate research mentoring practices in diverse academic ecologies.

In the video series featured below, we invited international scholars who are participating in the seminar to discuss aspects mentoring undergraduate research across the disciplines.

Defining Undergraduate Research and Inquiry

High Quality Undergraduate Research Mentoring

Supporting Faculty Mentors Across Their Career Stages

Institutional Practices that Foster Undergraduate Research Mentoring

Scaling Access and Success

Significant Questions and Challenges

Undergraduate Research and Journals & Professional Organizations