CREATTE stands for Creating Research Experiences and Activities Through Teaching Enhancement. Faculty who participate in the CREATTE program incorporate high-impact scholarship and creative activities into a structured course.
As a CREATTE Undergraduate Researchers You Will:
- Develop or work from a defined research question
- Work individually or with other students to apply defined methods of inquiry relevant to the project/discipline to produce original findings/products
- Present the findings/products to peers and professionals in informal (i.e. course setting) and formal (i.e. UR Colloquium) venues
You Will Also:
- Engage in high-impact scholarship and/or creative activity
- Receive one-on-one mentorship from faculty and graduate students
- Learn and practice essential skills such as critical and creative thinking
- Present research findings at the OUR Research Conference
NOTE: Multiple sections of the courses listed below may be offered each semester. Prior to registering for a course be sure to consult the course instructor listed below to determine if it is a CREATTE course.
|Fall 2016/ Spring 2017/ Fall 2017 CREATTE Courses|
|Course #/Term||Course Name||Course Level||Dept/Instructor|
|PHC 3302 (FA16/SP17)||Intro to EOH||Lower Level Majors||Public Health /M. Bourgeois|
|LIN 4721 (FA 2016)||Second Lang. Acquisition||Elective||World Languages/ A. Huensch|
|MHS 4741 (SP 2017)||Men. Health Law/Policy||Upper Level Majors||BCS/ A. Gum, R. Boothroyd|
|MUE 4311 (FA 2017)||General Music Methods||Upper Level Majors||Music /J. Bugos|
|SPA 3261 (SP 2017)||Language Science in CSD||Upper Level Majors||CSD/ S. Surrency|
|PSY 4205 (SP 2017)||Exper Design & Analysis||Upper Level Majors||Psychology/E. Schotter|
|LIT 4013 (SP 2017)||Feminist Digital Humanities||Upper Level Majors||English/K. Allukian|
Spring 2016 CREATTE Courses
FALL 2015 CREATTE Courses
SPRING 2015 CREATTE Courses
FALL 2014 CREATTE Courses
CREATTE COURSES_SPRING 2014
Fall 2013 CREATTE Courses
Spring 2013 CREATTE COURSE LIST
FALL 2012 CREATTE COURSE LIST
The Creating Research Experiences and Activities Through Teaching Enhancement(CREATTE) Scholars Program builds (UR) capacity through “seed funding” to support faculty who incorporate high-impact scholarship and creative activities into a new or existing undergraduate course in the social sciences, humanities, or the arts. Laboratory courses and capstone courses are not supported by the CREATTE program. The OUR grants several CREATTE awards during the academic year. No awards are granted during the summer term.
Tenured and tenure-earning faculty and full time instructional faculty who are listed as the instructor of record for an undergraduate course are eligible to apply for a CREATTE award.
Please contact the Office for Undergraduate Research for more information about this program.