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Title: Montana State University

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Interdisciplinary UGR Seminars
  • More efficient delivery than one-to-one
  • Allows students to explore new territory
  • Looks at a subject from a new perspective
  • Can enhance a faculty members research
  • Allows students to work collaboratively with
    students in another field
  • Gives students the chance to present their
    findings in front of a friendly audience
  • Parts of the final project may be publishable
  • Unique pairing of disciplines possible

Other Sample Seminars
  • Agricultural Environmental Responses to Global
    Climate Change (MSU and U of Western Australia)
    USDA grant, 50 UGRs
  • London and the Lakes Music and Economics from
    Handel to McCartney
  • Origins The origin of the universe, of life,
    and the philosophical implications of our
    changing world view
  • Pacific Theater Research on Samoa for the
    writing and performance of an original play

Emeritus Professors as UGR mentors
  • Advanced Tutorial - Undergraduate Research
  • History 489 (3 Credits) Spring 2006
  • Instructor Jeffrey J. Safford, Emeritus
    Professor of History
  • Course Topic Postwar America, 1945-1950.
    Students will engage in individual research
    projects documenting topics critical to American
    shipping and its significance in post-World War
    II domestic and foreign affairs.

Undergraduate Scholars 1994
  • Sharing office and staff with the Science/Math
    Resource Center
  • Split funding Provost and VP Research
  • Matching funds from all seven deans in support of
    student projects in their colleges (11, 21,
  • Matching funds from the Office of International
    Programs for students to do research projects
    while on study abroad

Curricular infrastructure
  • Added research instruction rubric 489 and
    undergraduate research rubric 490 to all 40
  • Transcript designation for student research
    projects specific project titles
  • Academic credit and
  • hourly pay or
  • scholarship

Undergraduate Scholars Conference
  • Catered lunch for all faculty mentors, student
    presenters, deans, VPs and President
  • Keynote address by the winner of the
    Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award
  • Live performance of the winning string quartet
    from the composition contest
  • Original art and architectural models
  • Posters and oral sessions in all disciplines

Core 2.0
  • Foundation Courses
  • University Seminar (US)
  • College Writing (W)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (Q)
  • Diversity (D)
  • Contemporary Issues in Science (CS)
  • Inquiry and Research Creative Experience
  • Arts (IA or RA)
  • Humanities (IH or RH)
  • Natural Sciences (IN or RN)
  • Social Sciences (IS or RS)
  • All students must take at least one (1) approved
    Research Creative Experience course. Students
    may take an approved Research Creative
    Experience course in one of these four areas OR
    they may take a separate Research Creative
    Experience course in any discipline, including
    the Undergraduate Scholars Program (USP 489/490).

Research Partnerships
  • Montana Space Grant Consortium (NASA)
  • NSF Epscor
  • Center for Biofilm Engineering
  • Trade Center (Economics)
  • Beckman and NCUR Lancy grants
  • Mountain Research Center
  • Geographic Information Analysis Center
  • NSF REUs
  • Water Center
  • Museum