Upcoming Events:



        Please email Rachel Arocho for details and a link to join the below events:

  • February 28th (today!) at noon: Sarah Hall presenting “How Shall I Mentor Thee? Let Me Count the Ways”
  • March 28th, noon: Lauren Brooks, Allison Ensign, and Ryan Leick presenting “Mentoring across Context: Recruiting Students, High-volume Mentoring, and Mentoring Momentum”
  • April 25th, noon: Catherine McIntyre presenting “Using the Scholar’s Open Archive to Recruit Research Mentees”


Sculpt Tidbits:

What is SCULPT?

SCULPT is a resource for teaching through inquiry-based learning, which includes research, scholarship, and creative activity inside and outside the classroom.

STUDENTS: Getting Started in Research

Why should I do research?

Participating in a research or creative project allows you to become an active participant in your learning process. Explore a topic you feel passionate about at the same time you learn new skills like critical thinking, problem solving, team work, and networking.

Where do I start?

Finding a mentor is key. A mentor is a faculty member who collaborates with you supervising your research or creative project. Mentors offers guidance and they love sharing their experiences with students.

Where can I go to learn more?

Here is a chapter from "The Indispensable Guide to Undergraduate Research" (reproduced here with permission).



There are a number of resources available for funding student research and faculty research.


Faculty work together to find best ways to integrate new practices into the curriculum. Learn More


See list of co-chairs, advisory board, member lists and committees here.