Sandra Laursen
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Establishing the benefits of research experiences for undergraduates in the sciences: First findings from a three‐year study
E Seymour, AB Hunter, SL Laursen, T DeAntoni
Science education 88 (4), 493-534, 2004
Becoming a scientist: The role of undergraduate research in students' cognitive, personal, and professional development
AB Hunter, SL Laursen, E Seymour
Science education 91 (1), 36-74, 2007
Assessment of course-based undergraduate research experiences: a meeting report
LC Auchincloss, SL Laursen, JL Branchaw, K Eagan, M Graham, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 13 (1), 29-40, 2014
Undergraduate research in the sciences: Engaging students in real science
S Laursen, AB Hunter, E Seymour, H Thiry, G Melton
John Wiley & Sons, 2010
What experiences help students become scientists? A comparative study of research and other sources of personal and professional gains for STEM undergraduates
H Thiry, SL Laursen, AB Hunter
The Journal of Higher Education 82 (4), 357-388, 2011
What good is a scientist in the classroom? Participant outcomes and program design features for a short-duration science outreach intervention in K–12 classrooms
S Laursen, C Liston, H Thiry, J Graf
CBE—Life Sciences Education 6 (1), 49-64, 2007
Demographic inertia revisited: An immodest proposal to achieve equitable gender representation among faculty in higher education
R Marschke, S Laursen, JMC Nielsen, P Rankin
The Journal of Higher Education 78 (1), 1-26, 2007
The role of student-advisor interactions in apprenticing undergraduate researchers into a scientific community of practice
H Thiry, SL Laursen
Journal of Science Education and Technology 20 (6), 771-784, 2011
Assessing long-term effects of inquiry-based learning: A case study from college mathematics
M Kogan, SL Laursen
Innovative higher education 39 (3), 183-199, 2014
Benefits for women and men of inquiry-based learning in college mathematics: A multi-institution study
SL Laursen, ML Hassi, M Kogan, TJ Weston
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 45 (4), 406-418, 2014
The benefits of multi-year research experiences: differences in novice and experienced students’ reported gains from undergraduate research
H Thiry, TJ Weston, SL Laursen, AB Hunter
CBE—Life Sciences Education 11 (3), 260-272, 2012
The glass obstacle course: Informal and formal barriers for women Ph. D. students in STEM fields
K De Welde, S Laursen
International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 3 (3), 571-595, 2011
URSSA: Evaluating student gains from undergraduate research in the sciences
AB Hunter, TJ Weston, SL Laursen, H Thiry
CUR Quarterly 29 (3), 15-19, 2009
The undergraduate research student self-assessment (URSSA): Validation for use in program evaluation
TJ Weston, SL Laursen
CBE—Life Sciences Education 14 (3), ar33, 2015
Evaluation of the IBL mathematics project: student and instructor outcomes of inquiry-based learning in college mathematics
S Laursen, ML Hassi, M Kogan, AB Hunter, T Weston
University of Colorado Boulder, 2011
Faculty development for institutional change: Lessons from an ADVANCE project
S Laursen, B Rocque
Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 41 (2), 18-26, 2009
The Electronic Structure and Vibrational Spectrum of trans-HNOO
RL DeKock, MJ McGuire, P Piecuch, WD Allen, HF Schaefer, K Kowalski, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 108 (15), 2893-2903, 2004
Facilitating instructor adoption of inquiry-based learning in college mathematics
CN Hayward, M Kogan, SL Laursen
International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 2 …, 2016
The impact of a university-based school science outreach program on graduate student participants’ career paths and professional socialization
SL Laursen, H Thiry, CS Liston
Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 47-78, 2012
Learning, Teaching and Scholarship: Fundamental Tensions of Undergraduate Research
S Laursen, E Seymour, A Hunter
College Teaching and Learning for Change: Students and Faculty Speak Out, 81-92, 2017
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