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MBRS-RISE and MARC-U*STAR Mentor Information
MBRS-RISE and MARC U*STAR mentors are the foundation of our student training programs. We are looking for researchers who will provide our trainees with inspiration and encouragement as well as an excellent research experience. Mentors must be performing behavioral, biomedically- or chemically-oriented research and must submit a mentor application. Mentor application will be assessed by the Program Advisory Committee.
When you are seeking a mentor, you need to be aware of two things:
- Not all of these people have space in their labs to take a student, even if they are approved by MBRS-RISE or MARC-U*STAR.
- PhD students will need to ascertain that the faculty member has means of supporting the day-to-day costs of the research. MBRS-RISE provides money only for your personal financial support and travel; it does not pay for supplies.
To find a research mentor, click here for the list of program approved mentors.
You may also talk to Dr. Taylor, who will give you additional information
Click here for hints on how to approach a researcher to be your mentor.
Please use the following links to apply to be a MBRS-RISE/MARC-U*STAR mentor.
- Nature's Guide for Mentors
- NSF: Advisor, Teacher, Role Model, Friend: On Being a Mentor to Students in Science and Engineering
- Science Careers: Can a White Male Really be an Effective Mentor?
- NEA: Minority Mentoring
- Science Careers: Retaining Minority Students in Science Departments: A Research-Centered Approach