Music Professor Accepted to Prestigious Research Program
Assistant Professor of Music Education and Director & Master Teacher of the String Project, Dijana Ihas, accepted to 3-year research seminar, supporting faculty interested in pursuing research that advances excellence in mentoring undergraduate research.
Elon University's Center for Engaged Learning Seminar on Mentoring Undergraduate Research, a two-year research seminar, supports individuals interested in pursuing research that advances excellence in mentoring undergraduate research. Interested scholars join a cohort of researchers collaborating on the study of evidenced-based, high-quality undergraduate research mentoring practices in diverse academic ecologies.
The program is extremely competitive with only 36 participants selected. Ihas is the only participant selected from the Pacific Northwest, and one of only two that serves at a West Coast insititution. Applicants were selected based on the strength of their application where they raised strong questions in line with the goals of the research seminar and paired well with other applications to facilitate the formation of research cohorts for multi-institutional research projects.
Ihas will be reimbursed for travel expenses to be involved in the program.
Click on the Center for Engaged Learning to learn more about this unique opportunity.
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