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The Pa thway to Su ccess. Goal 2 – Initiative 1.B. Center for Student Research & Creativity. The Pathway to Success. Introduction & Purpose.

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The Pathway to Success

Goal 2 – Initiative 1.B

Center for Student Research & Creativity

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The Pathway to Success

Introduction & Purpose

Research and creativity are widely recognized as a key component of experiential learning. The mission of Indiana State University's Center for Student Research and Creativity is to institutionalize student research and creativity, focusing primarily on the undergraduate experience. The Center will serve as a clearinghouse for information, support, coordination, and communication for all student research and creative activities.

ISU’s incubator for student research and creativity at ISU

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The Pathway to Success

Methods

  • Mini-grants to students for research/creative projects; travel
  • Student wage dollars for faculty to hire students to work on research/creative projects
  • Summer stipends to pursue independent research/creative projects
  • Support for faculty to travel with students to conference presentations and performances
  • Faculty development
  • Support faculty research coordinators
  • Celebrating student research and creative accomplishments
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The Pathway to Success

Benchmarks

F11 F12 F13 F14

Hard # of Seniors that have had an Experiential

Learning Component (undergraduate research) 23 50 100 200

% of degree programs with a required significant

experiential learning component (research) 10 12 25 50

Hard # of Programs with an Experiential Learning

Component (research.) 25 40 55 70

% of Graduates who participate in research within

their major 10 20 30 40

Hard # of students participating in research

"showcases"/professional presentations 51 100 150 250

Hard # of students participating in research at lower

division level 100 500 1000 2000

Hard # of creative projects 2 4 8 16

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The Pathway to Success

Discussion

  • Director appointed, August 2011
  • Office space identified, 721/723 SCOB
  • Admin Asst hired
  • Website online
  • Poster on Thailand project presented at CUR conference, October 2011
  • Support for research/travel announced November 2011
  • Research/Creative Project Showcase with invited guests and friends of ISU (partnered with Foundation) Nov 30, 2011.
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The Pathway to Success

Summary

On Aug 1, 2011 there was no CSRC. Today the CSRC has a growing presence on the campus, it is supporting undergraduate research and creative projects, it is celebrating these activities, it is beginning to tell the story of undergraduate research and creativity at ISU