The Undergraduate Biology Education Research (UBER) REU Site is a nine-week, NSF-funded program to involve undergraduates in designing and conducting research on undergraduate biology teaching and learning with mentorship from faculty from the University of Georgia Division of Biological Sciences and College of Education. The goals of the program are to develop undergraduates’ knowledge and skills in biology education research, encourage undergraduates to pursue doctoral study of biology teaching and learning, expand the diversity of the talent pool in biology education research, and contribute to the development of theory and knowledge about biology education in ways that can inform undergraduate biology instruction.
AT A GLANCE
2015 program dates: Tuesday May 26 – Friday July 24
Application deadline: Friday February 27, 2015
Notification of selection: Friday March 13, 2015
Stipend of $4,500; Housing provided
Director: Julie Dangremond Stanton, PhD, Department of Cellular Biology
Co-Director: Barbara A. Crawford, PhD, Department of Mathematics and Science Education
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1262715.
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