Mentor-Mentee Program in Humanities, Arts, Cultural Studies and Social Sciences

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The Research Training & Mentorship Program pairs graduate student mentors with second year undergraduates in the humanities and social sciences to introduce students to academic research and build research and analytical skills. This will prepare undergraduate students to approach and work with professors, or pursue an independent research project or honors thesis.

Requirements for MENTEES

  • Two-quarter commitment
  • An hour-long meeting with your mentor every other week (every week encouraged)
  • Timely completion of mentor-assigned tasks
  • Attendance at monthly workshops (or completion of make-up assignments)
  • Completion of mid-year and end-of-year program evaluations
To Apply:  Log in to your UC Davis Gmail account and then click on the link:

APPLICATION FOR MENTEES
Deadline:  November 1, 2017

Requirements for MENTORS

  • Two-quarter commitment
  • An hour-long meeting with your mentee every other week (every week encouraged)
  • Adequate training for research projects
  • Clearly communicated expectations on research assignments
  • Provide feedback on mentee performance to program coordinator
  • Attendance at quarterly workshops (or completion of make-up assignments)
  • Completion of mid-year and end-of-year program evaluations
To Apply:  Log in to your UC Davis Gmail account and then click on the link:

APPLICATION FOR MENTORS
Deadline:  November 1, 2017

Benefits of Participation

FOR MENTEES

  • Letter of recommendation from the Program Coordinator regarding program performance
  • Acquire valuable skills to help you find a research mentor
  • Get help in preparing for a thesis project

FOR MENTORS

  • Mentorship and teaching experience
  • Professional service for your CV
  • Quarterly stipend

Applications are accepted in the Fall of each academic year.

Questions? Contact the Mentor-Mentee Program in Hum and SS Coordinator Tori White at the Undergraduate Research Center.