Mentored Undergraduate Research in Global Contexts: Integrated High-Impact Practices for Student Success

Edited by Dawn Michele Whitehead, Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Susan Buck Sutton, Mary F. Price, Kate Patch, and Kris Acheson

Mentored undergraduate research in global contexts, or MUR-GC, integrates the high-impact practices of mentoring, undergraduate research, and global learning. This volume explores the power of integrating these practices by tracing their origins and how institutions and individuals have integrated them. It provides models for adaptation in diverse institutional settings. Additionally, it highlights how MUR-GC can broaden access to global learning, encourage interdisciplinary perspectives, and ensure fair participation and ethical engagement. MUR-GC also creates valuable learning experiences for students, faculty, receiving communities, and host organizations.

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Publication Details

  • Date Published: 2024
  • Pages: 72