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This issue of CDTL Brief on Undergraduate Research features some articles presented at a CDTL and USP workshop, ““Undergraduate Research” an oxymoron? Can undergraduates do research?” on November 2005.

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Is Undergraduate Research an Oxymoron? Can Undergraduates do Research? A Perspective from the Faculty of Science
Associate Professor Rudolf Meier
Department of Biological Sciences
The experience garnered in the short time I was on my UROPS project, was a turning point in my education to science and research. (Carmen Low, a Faculty of Science Student, 2006) Continue reading


ISM: 7 Rules of Successful Undergraduate Supervision
Dr Reuben Wong
Department of Political Science
Independent Study Modules (ISMs) and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programmes (UROPs) in their original form were highly intensive, self-directed projects pursued by undergraduate students in University Scholars Programme (USP). Continue reading