NCUR 2014 Faculty-Administrator Network (FAN) Sessions Program is out

NCUR2014 bannerJust this morning we received the program for the Faculty-Administrator Network (FAN) sessions at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2014. You can download your own copy here.

The FAN sessions are held during breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday so as not to conflict with the student presentation times. Presented by faculty and administrators from across the country, FAN sessions cover topics such as:

  • integrating research into the curriculum,
  • community-based research,
  • global undergraduate research,
  • scaffolding research across the curriculum.

Postsecondary institutions represented in these sessions include Carthage College, College of New Jersey, Gannon University, Georgia Southern University, Northern Arizona University, Roanoke College, St. Olaf, University of North Georgia, University of Minnesota-Morris, University of Pittsburgh, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and of course, the University of Kentucky.


About Randolph Hollingsworth

An academic administrator at the University of Kentucky, affiliate faculty in the History Department and in Gender & Women's Studies, as well as with the UK Center for Equality and Social Justice
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One Response to NCUR 2014 Faculty-Administrator Network (FAN) Sessions Program is out

  1. There’s a WEALTH of information about the conference
    on the NCUR website (, the Mobile App (download Googleplay or through Apple Store), and via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. #NCUR2014

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