MENTOR Seed Grant Awardees

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MENTOR Seed Grant Awardees

MENTOR Institute
June 22, 2022

Dear Colleagues,

The MENTOR Institute is pleased to announce the first round of MENTOR Seed Grant awardees. The three awardees are listed below with the title of the project and a brief description. We look forward to their research which will help increase our understanding of mentoring best practices.

  • Brandy A. B. Perkl, associate professor of practice, Organizational Leadership & Psychology, College of Applied Science & Technology
    • Co-Mentoring in Research Apprenticeships: This project aims to characterize the nature of co-mentoring and its impact across the University.
  • Angelina Anani,  associate professor, Mining and Geological Engineering, College of Engineering
    • Engaged - REAL Work program: This project aims to evaluate how an undergraduate research program in engineering shifts faculty perceptions of students' capacity to engage in research.
  • Ashlee Linares-Gaffer,  associate professor of practice, Nutritional Sciences & Wellness, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
    • Mentoring to Increase Access to Professional Opportunities: This project seeks to improve impacts on dietetics students through a team mentorship program.


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