Finding a Mentor

Finding a Mentor

A mentor is a KU or KU-affiliated faculty member who can provide a research lab for a PREP student. To assist with the search for a mentor, a list of relevant departments is included below as a starting point.


Best Wishes to the following PREP Scholars who will be entering Ph.D. Programs in the Fall of 2014!

Randi Cheatham - Child and Adolescent Psychology, Florida International University

Maureen Connolly - Geography, University of Wisconsin

Simon Kelow - Molecular Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania

Jessica Lackey - Environmental and Natural Resources, University of Minnesota

Diana Medina - Immunology, University of Puerto Rico Medical Science Campus

Isaac Nzuki - Psychology, Southern Illinois University

Sarena Senegal - Chemistry, University of Kansas

Science Career Path

Science Career Path (SCP) is an online resource to help students learn more about graduate study and career opportunities in science and mathematics. This mentoring system contains videos with a variety of perspectives and advice to answer questions you might have in your own career path.

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