From CUR's President

Crowe, Mary
September 2012
Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly;Fall2012, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p2
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's perspective on the significant role of undergraduate students in empowering the research programs of institutions. The author mentions that she took time to scan old issues of the journal and observes the consistency in the effort to create the best possible research experiences and learning environment for undergraduate students. She adds that student's impact on the research programs has been missing and believes that students can be change agents.


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