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2010-Keynote talk - Julio Rivera Carthage College Council...

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The Transformative Power Of Undergraduate Research Julio Rivera Carthage College Council on Undergraduate Research February 5, 2010
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An Introduction Of sorts
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How did he get here? B.A.—Journalism and Theology M.A.—Higher Education and Student Affairs Ph.D.—Geography Carthage CUR
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Undergraduate Research as a Transforming idea
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Transformative Creative Idea Work in Progress Common Myths (I love Mythbusters) Transformation of Students Transformation of Faculty
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Framing the Idea (Work in Progress)
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What is it that you want? Student Development What do we want students to be? Faculty Development What do we want faculty to be? But what are the
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Myth #1 We have to be like the Natural Scientists
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Myth #2 We have to do this because it is the latest thing
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Myth #3 Our students are not good enough to do Undergraduate Research
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Myth #4 We don’t have enough money for this
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Myth #5 We don’t have enough time for this
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Myth #5 We don’t have enough time for this Myth #4 We don’t have enough money for this
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Myth #6 I like this idea—but I won’t get enough support at THIS institution
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Myth #7 Undergraduate Research adds to the workload
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