Undergraduate research has been identified as a high-impact educational practice that produces positive outcomes such as increased retention and persistence to graduation/degree completion, increased grade point average, increased satisfaction with the undergraduate academic experience, and increased likelihood of advancement to graduate school. Certainly faculty members in English Studies frequently work with student researchers on honors theses or independent studies. However, it has been less common for undergraduate research to be integrated or embedded into the curriculum. This group can serve as a location to share best practices, brainstorm responses to challenges and continue to imagine what forms undergraduate research and faculty mentorship of undergraduate researchers might take.