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.
- Mentoring Undergraduates in Research and Creative Endeavors, PURM 6.1
- Using the One-Room Schoolhouse Method: The Design and Teaching of a Summer Undergraduate Research Course in Phage Biology, PURM 6.1
- Letter from the Guest Editor, PURM 6.1
- Beyond the Mentor-Mentee Model: A Case for Multi-Mentoring in Undergraduate Research, PURM 6.1
- Development and Implementation of an Effective Graduate Student Mentoring Program in Support of Undergraduate Research Experiences, PURM 6.1