Because the scope of PURM broadly encompasses all aspects of undergraduate research within the natural and social sciences, arts, humanities, and professional disciplines, the audience for PURM is broad and varied as well. We envision drawing readers from faculty, program administrators and university administrators, undergraduate students engaged in or considering undergraduate research, and graduate students involved with or interested in mentoring undergraduate research. PURM will offer something for all of these audiences in terms of joining the ongoing conversation as readers and potential authors.
- Issue 3.2, Spring 2014
- Simplify-Guide-Progress-Collaborate: A Model for Class-Based Undergraduate Research, PURM 4.1
- Undergraduate Research: An Essential Piece for Underrepresented Students’ College Success, PURM 4.1
- Increasing the Participation of Historically Underrepresented Groups in Undergraduate Research using Federal Work-Study, PURM 4.1
- Seeing the Unseen: Lessons from a Case Study on Mentoring Underrepresented Students in Research, PURM 4.1