The goal of the Undergraduate Research Initiative is to make undergraduate research a priority at Georgia College and a key element of its culture. This 2012 report was crafted by the Undergraduate Research Initiative (URI) Committee. The URI committee was charged in 2010 to study, investigate, and implement practices and policies that lead to institutionalized best practices in faculty-student collaborations through undergraduate research and creative activity. The successes, challenges, opportunities and recommendations highlighted herein are faculty-driven and faculty-led. They respond to the critical need to bring attention to undergraduate research as a high impact pedagogy that has the potential to transform the intellectual climate of Georgia College.
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Richards, R.A., Lewis, R., Manoylov, K., Brown, R., and Busch, H. (2012). Institutionalizing Undergraduate Research. Progress Report July 2012. Project Period August 2010-June 2012. Georgia College and State University