As participants in the 2011-2012 class of the Luoma Leadership Academy, the authors comprised an action team charged to investigate how undergraduate research is currently incorporated into collegiate studies in Minnesota. We developed a survey that was delivered to Deans at all Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) institutions using the MnSCU Deans listserv. Respondents to the survey represented all 7 universities and all 30 of the community colleges. This suggests that the findings of our action project have real generalization within the system and potentially similar public systems of higher education in other states. We offer data-driven recommendations and conclude with leadership lessons learned.
Kaufman, J. A., Swan, M., Johnson, M., Malott, M., & Grabowska, J. (2013). Promoting undergraduate research in Minnesota: A Luoma Leadership Academy project. Leadership, 18(3), 22-26.
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Reprinted from Leadership, volume 18, issue number 3, Fall/Winter 2013, pages 22-26. Retrieved from: http://www.chairacademy.com/journals/Journal_18-3.pdf
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