Undergraduate Research for the Common Good utilizes course-based research experiences (CUREs) and faculty-mentored research experiences to create opportunities for students to engage with the program. CUREs are authentic research experiences that are embedded into the curriculum of a course, in which all students in the course participate. Courses with CUREs create dynamic, inclusive opportunities for students to learn and discover new knowledge in a way that is customized, personalized, and one-of-a-kind. CUREs engage students in deeper learning that is impactful to themselves and others. Discover examples of courses with CUREs here.
YHC faculty who wish to develop CUREs for their courses can learn more about this process here.