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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 15, 2018)
  • Fill out an end-of-semester survey about your experiences with DSP and your scholar.
Faculty benefits:
  • You do not have to contribute funds in order to have a student participant. If you have funds to contribute, however, it enables us to serve more students.
  • You will have an opportunity to work closely with young, eager people interested in learning how to conduct research.
  • Your influence will have an impact on the success of an undergraduate student.
  • You will have a bright and dedicated student to work on a project who can possibly remain on your team for several years.
  • You will receive a set of fresh eyes and perspective to open new avenues of exploration.

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Alexcis Barnes with her mentor, Dr. Lawrence Davis, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Staff Spotlight

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Tess Hobson, advisor to the Developing Scholars Program, recently received the Commerce Bank Presidential Staff Award for Distinguished Service to Historically Under-Represented Students at K-State. You can view her acceptance speech above.