PREP Participation Timeline

Fall
  • Develop Individualized Development Plan with the help of the program coordinator
  • Identify and select a faculty mentor with the help of the program coordinator
  • Participate in a research experience
  • Complete LA&S 492: How to Apply to Graduate School
  • Complete MATH 696: Transitions in Mathematics
  • Complete Seminar in Engineering or Seminar in Molecular Biosciences
  • Participate in program meetings
Spring
  • Meet with program coordinator to review Individualized Development Plan
  • Participate in a research experience
  • Participate in program meetings
  • Present research progress at the SELF Symposium in July
  • Complete BIOL 420b/PHIL 400: Ethics in Scientific Research
  • Complete GS 750: Professional Writing
  • Present research progress at the KU Graduate Student Research Symposium
  • Present research progress at the Haskell / KU Research Symposium

     

Summer
  • Meet with program coordinator to review Individualized Development Plan
  • Participate in a research experience
  • Participate in program meetings
  • Present research progress at the SELF Symposium in July

PREP News

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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