Details for Graduates
- Work with an undergraduate student for 3-5 hours per week in the spring semester
- Gain leadership and mentoring experience, attend a workshop on mentoring and learn how to productively integrate an undergraduate into the lab environment. List this on your CV under teaching and mentoring experience!
- Get an extra pair of hands to help you with your research
- Present a poster about the experience (the poster is made by the undergraduate student) at the end of the spring semester
We request that graduate applicants are in their second year of study or later so that research areas are more solidified.
Applications are accepted in the fall semester; please check back for updated information. The first step is to obtain written permission from your adviser. For more information, please contact Dr. Bev Louie or Dr. Virginia Ferguson.
Please note that you cannot save an incomplete application. Before filling out the online application, we recommend that you prepare answers in the following areas.
- Please briefly describe your field of study
- Have you ever been a mentor? If so, describe the experience
- Have you ever been mentored? If so, describe the experience
- Please explain why you want to be a mentor
- What makes you qualified as a mentor?
- What do you hope to gain from the experience?