Undergraduates looking to expand their interest in science teaching and communication are invited to apply to become an SLP Undergraduate Scholar. For one term, scholars work with a faculty mentor in a class that fits their scientific interests. Scholars get hands-on experience designing and leading class activities, mentoring fellow undergraduate students, and building teaching skills by collaborating with faculty and graduate students.
This program is a great resume booster, allowing students to build leadership, teaching, and communication skills around science teaching and communication.
Winter 2019 applications open soon!
- Be a junior or senior undergraduate student in good standing
- Participate in the weekly Scientific Teaching Journal Club, either as a volunteer or by enrolling in CAS 409
- Attend beginning-of-term orientation session with your faculty mentor, affiliated Graduate Fellows, and the SLP Graduate Education Mentor
- Commit to attending each meeting of your assigned course