Contents Foreword by Jillian Kinzie, Associate Director Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research Preface Part I: The Concept Chapter 1: An Overview of Undergraduate Research Part II: The Rationale Chapter 2: A Theoretical Foundation for Undergraduate Research Chapter 3: Undergraduate Research and the Evolving Culture of the Academy Chapter 4: The Educational Impact of Undergraduate Research Programs Part III: The Conditions Chapter 5: The National Climate for Undergraduate Research Chapter 6: Patterns of Student and Faculty Participation in Undergraduate Research Chapter 7: Institutional Support for Undergraduate Research Part IV: The Issues Chapter 8: Equity and Access in Undergraduate Research Chapter 9: Extending the Disciplinary Frontiers of Undergraduate Research Chapter 10: The Changing Economics of Higher Education and Undergraduate Research Chapter 11: Implications of Social and Political Change for the Future of Undergraduate Research Part V: The Outlook Chapter 12: Reflections and Recommendations References
Joseph L. Murray is Associate Professor of Education and the Director of the College Student Personnel Program at Bucknell University, Pennsylvania, USA.
"Murray's cool passion for engaging undergraduates in systematic inquiry enlivens this grand tour about how to best organize such experiences to maximize benefits to both students and institutions. For those looking for a comprehensive overview of why undergraduate research matters, this is it." -George D. Kuh, Chancellor's Professor of Higher Education Emeritus, Indiana University, USA "This book powerfully demonstrates the critical importance of the high-impact practice of undergraduate research in fostering student engagement, while offering models to ensure equity and inclusion in promoting student success." -Lynn Pasquerella, President, Association of American Colleges & Universities, USA "Murray has written a comprehensive, yet thoroughly readable account of the undergraduate research movement. His clear-eyed and reasoned analysis of the movement's history, achievements, and challenges provides a fundamental information resource to many stakeholders involved in operating and studying undergraduate research programs. I would particularly recommend this book to faculty mentors, education researchers, and academic administrators with responsibilities to advance undergraduate research on their campuses." -Elizabeth L. Ambos, Executive Officer, Council on Undergraduate Research, USA