Undergraduate Mentors (UMs) are personal advocates who help actualize your personal academic interests. They connect peers to programs, opportunities, and resources to more deeply engage with research, creative expression, and scholarship. UMs hold appointments to discuss your own academic curiosity and to develop your personalized education path.
Become an Undergraduate Mentor in 2021-2022
The Undergraduate Mentors are paid student employees with prior or current research, creative, or scholarly experience. They serve 5 weekly hours assisting peers, developing programs, and UTA'ing for First Approaches to Research and First Experiences in Research. Applications open each spring term, and position start each fall. All UM activities are currently conducted virtually due to covid-19.
Eligible Dietrich School undergraduates
- are interested in joining a commuity of scholars
- have a passion for helping others
- has some prior research experience (e.g., First Experiences in Research, First Approaches to Research, self-directed research, independent creative projects)
|Deadline:||February 24, 2021|