Anne H. Charity Hudley is The Class of 1952 Associate Professor of English and Education at the College of William & Mary, where she directs the William & Mary Scholars Program and codirects the William & Mary Scholars Undergraduate Research Experience (WMSURE). Her books Understanding English Language Variation in U.S. Schools and We Do Language also appear with Teachers College Press. Cheryl L. Dickter is The Wilson P. and Martha Claiborne Stephens Distinguished Associate Professor of Psychology at William & Mary, where she codirects WMSURE. Hannah A. Franz is a PhD student in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership at William & Mary.
Although the book is addressed directly to an audience of undergraduates who are or who seek to become researchers, the authors also model numerous ways to offer such students practical support. Therefore the text may also serve as a valuable resource for teachers, mentors, and advisors who assist student researchers and ensure their success.--The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching
Hudley, Dickter, and Franz demystify professors and make valuable information and resources accessible for undergraduates so they not only succeed but excelthrough college and into graduate school and their careers. An encouraging and supportive guide for students, this book is a valuable contribution to the growing resources about undergraduate research.--Council on Undergraduate Research