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Developing Scholars

For Faculty Mentors

As a faculty mentor, you should:

  • Meet with your scholar on a regular basis to provide direction, insight, and advice on your scholar's project.
  • Communicate clearly with your scholar and the program staff about progress, successes, and missteps regarding the project and mentoring relationship.
  • Attend annual spring poster Symposium. (Sunday, April 19, 2015)
  • Fill out an end-of-semester survey about your experiences with DSP and your scholar.

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Alumni Spotlight

Fulbright Scholar

Ariel Anib

Ariel Anib (Olathe,KS), graduated 2012:Ariel received numerous honors and awards while a Developing Scholar at K-State.  She was DSP’s first Fulbright Scholar.  The Fulbright Program, describes itself as “the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.”  Ariel taught English in Guanajuato, Mexico and toured much of the country.   While at K-State, she received the Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, and the Pat J. Bosco Outstanding Graduating Senior for the School of Leadership Studies.  She was a Truman Scholarship semi-finalist, a recipient of the Commerce Bank Award for Enhancing Multiculturalism, a K-State PROUD Hero award recipient, and won the inaugural Wildcat Peace Award.  She was a member of  Phi Beta Kappa honorary, Phi Kappa Phi.  Ariel is currently studying International Development at The University of Texas at Austin.