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Moore and Felten guest edit International Journal for Academic Development special issue

Jessie L. Moore and Peter Felten served as guest editors of a special issue of the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).

Jessie L. Moore and Peter Felten served as guest editors of a special issue of the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).

Moore and Felten guest-edited the issue (23.1, 2018) that includes their editorial titled, “Academic development in support of mentored undergraduate research and inquiry.”

The special issue of IJAD features research from the Center for Engaged Learning’s 2014-2016 research seminar on mentoring undergraduate research. Recently named CEL Senior Scholar, Professor of Exercise Science Eric Hall and his CEL research seminar team collaborated on an article titled, “Mentor perspectives on the place of undergraduate research mentoring in academic identity and career development: an analysis of award-winning mentors.” His co-authors are 2014-16 research seminar participants Helen Walkington (Oxford Brookes University, UK), Jenny Shanahan (Bridgewater State University), Elizabeth Ackley (Roanoke College) and Kearsley Stewart (Duke University).

Assistant Provost for Communications and Operations and Professor of Exercise Science Paul Miller and Meredith Allison, associate professor of psychology and director of undergraduate research at Elon, provide a resource review titled, “Insights for academic developers from three international undergraduate research program resources.” Miller was a seminar leader for the 2014-16 Mentoring Undergraduate Research CEL Seminar. At the time, he was the director of undergraduate research at Elon.

Moore also contributed to an article titled “An international conversation about mentored undergraduate research and inquiry and academic development,” which presents a conversation among international scholars of undergraduate research, including Susan Larson (U.S.), Lee Partridge (Australia), Helen Walkington (U.K.), and Brad Wuetherick (Canada). Partridge, Walkington and Wuetherick were participants in the 2014-16 research seminar.

For questions regarding the special issue of the journal, the Center for Engaged Learning, or any CEL research seminars, please contact Moore at jmoore28@elon.edu.

 

 

Chris Sulva,
Staff
1/19/2018 3:20 PM