International CURE Conference Promises to Revolutionize Education

International CURE Conference Promises to Revolutionize Education

International CURE Conference Promises to Revolutionize Education

In an exciting development for educators, researchers, and stakeholders in the field of education and research, the International CURE Conference is set to take place at Godfrey Okoye University on November 30, 2023. Under the theme “Bridging the Gap: Integrating Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) for Sustainable Education and Innovation,” this conference is anticipated to serve as a dynamic platform for the exploration of the transformative potential of CURE in education and research.

Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) are a groundbreaking approach that offers undergraduates valuable early-stage and in-depth research engagements, moving beyond the traditional classroom setting. CURE programs involve entire cohorts of students working together to address pertinent research questions and distinctive problems of interest to the academic community.

The International CURE Conference will delve into various facets of CURE, including implementation strategies, design considerations, assessment methods, and interdisciplinary research opportunities. Eminent figures in academia and research will be delivering keynote addresses, sharing their insights into how CURE can enhance student learning and foster innovation.

Attendees can look forward to engaging modules and breakout sessions, providing opportunities for hands-on learning and collaborative discussions on CURE design and implementation. For those seeking a deeper dive into CURE implementation, there will be an intensive training session available.

The conference will also feature a showcase of research projects, spotlighting the commitment of the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program and Godfrey Okoye University to advancing knowledge and innovation.

The International CURE Conference is made possible by the support of esteemed organizations including the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP), Godfrey Okoye University, DNA Learning Center Nigeria, and Bowie State University.

For those interested in learning more about this significant event and participating, please contact Florence Mgbodile, the CURE Conference Project Coordinator, at +234-8147027681 or  This conference promises to be a pivotal moment shaping the future of education through the integration of CURE, and all are invited to be part of this transformative experience.

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