Mentored Undergraduate Research and Creating Lifelong Transformed Learners: An Interview with Doreen Sams
Keywords:mentored undergraduate research, study abroad, culture, transformative learning
This editorial interview was conducted with Dr. Doreen Sams, who is a professor in the department of management, marketing, and logistics at Georgia College and State University (GCSU), where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses along with a Global Marketing course in Spain every other summer. She is the faculty coordinator for Mentored Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (MURACE) at GCSU and serves as a Council on Undergraduate Research Councilor. She was interviewed by editorial research assistant, Anna Doré.
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