Council on Undergraduate Research
Did you know that the University of Arizona has an enhanced institutional membership with the Council on Undergraduate Research?
This means UArizona faculty, staff, and students can join the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) at no cost. Simply follow the link below and complete a short form. After your enhanced membership benefits have been activated, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Collaborate with nearly 14,000 members to discuss issues, ideas, and share resources on undergraduate research.
- Explore a Member Resource Library of over 100 resources, tips and tricks for virtual learning and teaching, and other valuable content to strengthen your undergraduate research experiences.
- Access a subscription to the CUR scholarly journal, Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research.
- Access exclusive member-only programs such as CUR Conversations on evolving hot topics.
- Utilize discounts for event registration and publication purchases.
- and more!
To activate your membership, fill out the form at https://www.cur.org/what/membership/join/enhanced_benefits/
The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) works with agencies, foundations and faculty to promote undergraduate research opportunities. The organization represents more than 14,000 individuals at over 650 colleges and universities.
CUR members will have access to: the CUR Quarterly journal and other publications; discounts for workshops, consulting and program reviews; and the ability to participate in meetings, such as CUR's mini-conference and annual business meetings.
The enhanced institutional membership offering is part of a campus-wide effort to increase undergraduate research opportunities while sharing the University of Arizona's accomplishments on the national stage.
The University of Arizona's CUR enhanced institutional membership is sponsored by the Office of Societal Impact within Research, Innovation, and Impact (RII) and Student Engagement and Career Development (SECD).
You can find out more about CUR on their website: www.cur.org