Working with undergraduate students on scholarly and creative projects has unique challenges, but can be very fulfilling, both personally and professionally. The resources on these pages are provided to help you support your work with undergraduate scholars, both as inquiry-based learning within your courses and through mentored undergraduate research and creative projects.
If you have questions or additional resources you would like us to add, please email us at email@example.com.
Want to talk to your students about what OSCAR offers?
- Download our 2014TopTenOSCAR Powerpoint, and use it to start a discussion with your students.
- Watch the Students As Scholars (from GMU-TV on Vimeo) with your students, tell them about your "bright idea" and ask about theirs.
- Watch the NC State TH!NK: Critical + Creative Thinking Process video.
Students as Scholars Resources
- SaS Program Rubric
- Curriculum Map
- Guidelines for budgeting and expending Students as Scholars funds
- Students as Scholars Sample Syllabus Language
- RS Course FAQs for instructors and departments.
- Syllabus template for an RS-designated Individualized Scholarly Experience (in PDF and doc formats)
- Writing a Letter of Recommendation
- Tips to maximize research value from undergraduate research assistants (from CUR Quarterly, Spring 2013)
- Tools on inquiry-based learning (IBL)
- Linking Teaching and Research through Engaging Students in Research and Inquiry, a poster by Mick Healey