Mesa Community College has been chosen as 1 of 38 two-year colleges (out of 1200 nationwide) to participate in the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI). CCURI is a National Science Foundation funded project to expand opportunities for high-impact learning experiences – such as research – for first and second year college students.
Visit ccuri.us to learn more about the Community College undergraduate Research Initiative.
Undergraduate Research at Mesa Community College is creative, inquiry-based learning in the course of which students engage in data-driven questioning designed to lead to a greater understanding of the natural and cultural world. It is a form of experience-based, imaginative, and active learning that engages students with real-world contexts, including the social and civic.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any one of the workshop participants.
- Niccole Villa Cerveny, Geoscience Faculty
- Carol Achs, Dean Math & Sciences
- Annalisa Alvrus, Anthropology Faculty
- Karen Knierman, Astronomy Faculty
- John Griffith, Physics Faculty
- Graham Boorse, Biology Faculty