Undergraduate Research on UR Leads to College-Wide Change

Anderson, Margaret A.; Filer, Kimberly; Lyon, Julie S.
September 2012
Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly;Fall2012, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on her role as a change agent at the Roanoke College in Virginia. The author shares her observations of the college's Summer Scholars undergraduate research program. She examines the main themes in the program's reflection essays using a qualitative cluster analysis. She also recommends the implementation of the description, examination, and articulation of learning (DEAL) model for the college's program.


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