Tag Archives: Undergraduate research

Undergraduate Research: Viewpoints from the Faculty Side

By Luis David García Puente, Contributing Editor, Sam Houston State University Over the years I have been asked the questions: Why do you direct undergraduate research? How do you pick a research problem for your students? How do you manage … Continue reading

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Students’ Views of REUs: a “Magical Place of Thinking”

By the Editorial Board, based on an interview at the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meeting with REU students David Burton, Kelly Emmrich, Micah Henson, Andres Mejia, and Nina Pande. Editor’s note: The editors thank David, Kelly, Micah, Andres, and Nina for … Continue reading

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The Power of Undergraduate Researchers

By Audrey St. John, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Mount Holyoke College When I first started teaching, I was mystified (and, frankly, at times panicked) at the thought of having undergraduates work with me on research. I realized this … Continue reading

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