Meet the Undergraduate Research Peer Mentors!

The Undergraduate Research Peer Mentors are experienced student researchers who are available to mentor other students on various undergraduate research topics, such as how to get involved, how to write an abstract, how to navigate conferences, how to make a poster, how to present, and much more. 

Peer Mentors hold office hours, conduct workshops, and help with other day-to-day activities in the Office of Undergraduate Research. Click on each student's name below for more information about the current Peer Mentors.

Interested in becoming a peer mentor? Learn more here.

Current Undergraduate Research Peer Mentors:

  1. Amelia Baker, major in Industrial and Systems Engineering
  2. Caitlin Callahan, major in Psychology, minor in Applied Statistics and Data Science
  3. Van Par, major in Environmental Engineering
  4. Jennifer Perez-Castellanos, major in Elementary Education

Peer Mentor Calendar of Events

Make an appointment to Meet with a Peer Mentor!