For Research Mentors
Undergraduates are eager to learn and to find a mentor. They're curious — and since they're new to the research process, they can often ask questions or observe connections that more seasoned researchers may gloss over. As a research mentor, it's a deeply satisfying experience to work with new researchers as they develop basic skills and find their passion in research. You'll be playing a key role in shaping their future — so don't shy away when they come knocking, full of questions and excitement.
Take advantage of the Council on Undergraduate Research's enhanced institutional membership provided by the OUR by activating your membership today!