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Suggested Citation:"References." National Academy of Engineering and National Research Council. 2009. Partnerships for Emerging Research Institutions: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12577.
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Suggested Citation:"References." National Academy of Engineering and National Research Council. 2009. Partnerships for Emerging Research Institutions: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12577.
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38 PARTNERSHIPS FOR EMERGING RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS Research Corporation. (2002). Academic Excellence: A Study of the Role of Research in the Natural Sciences at Undergraduate Institutions. Tucson, AZ. Seymour, E., Hunter, A-B., Laurensen, S.L., and DeAntoni, T. (2004). Establishing the Benefits of Research Experiences for Undergraduates: First Findings from a Three-Year Study. Science Education 88:493-534. Spilich, G. (1997). Does Undergraduate Research Pay Off? Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 18:57-59, 89. Wesemann, J. (2007). Making the Case for Undergraduate Research: Focus on U.S. Competi- tiveness, Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 28:38-40.

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Constituting one-third of all U.S. institutions of higher education, emerging research institutions (ERIs) are crucial to sustaining the nation's technological competitiveness through innovation and workforce development.

Many, however, are not fully engaged in sustained sponsored research. This book summarizes the discussions at a workshop that examined the barriers ERIs face in building more robust research enterprises and approaches for overcoming those barriers. The book includes a description of federal programs that focus on capacity building and institutional collaborations.

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