Course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) engage large numbers of students in distributed research that uses the same data and tools as scientists. This meeting brings together a national group of instructors, along with leaders in CURE instruction and assessment, to discuss how to broaden access to and further strengthen this unique aspect of American science education. The meeting is co-hosted by CSHL and the NSF-funded “CUREnet.” March 31, 5.00-6.30pm – Plenary Talk – One Institution's Approach: How the University of Texas at Austin merges research and teaching through the Freshman Research Initiative. Sarah Simmons. | April 1, 9.00-10.15am – Plenary Panel – What is a CURE? Gaurav Arora, Carol Bascom-Slack, Christopher Beck, Erin Dolan, Robert Merritt. | April 1, 10.45-12.00pm – Plenary Panel – Scaling Up and Working Across Institutions – Vincent Buonaccorsi, David Dunbar, Catherine Kirkpatrick, Welkin Pope, Stacia Rodenbusch. | April 1, 3.30-4.30pm – Plenary Panel - Infrastructure and Data for Large-Scale Collaborations – Joanna Klein, David Micklos, Nancy Trautmann. | April 2, 8.15-9.15am – Plenary Talk – Reflecting on 10 years of implementation and assessment of CUREs. Gabriela Weaver. | Full schedule available at http://curenet.franklin.uga.edu/.