William E. Campbell
William Campbell, Ph.D. in Philosophy, spent 35 years as an administrator at three universities: Director of Academic Assistance and Honors; Director of Undergraduate Research; and Director of Grants and Research. He started his first undergraduate research program in 1987. He has been active in CUR for twenty years: Councilor, Treasurer, member of the Executive Board, and President. He has written and presented widely on undergraduate research, grants, and academic success programs. He is the author of The Power to Learn: Helping Yourself to College Success (Wadsworth, 1992, 1996) and co-editor of New Paradigms for College Teaching (with Karl Smith; Interaction Books, 1996).
Undergraduate Research in Online, Virtual, and Hybrid Courses
Proactive Practices for Distant Students
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