CALS mentors are needed to provide research opportunities this summer to students in the rising senior level of the PEOPLE program, UW-Madison’s most comprehensive pre-college program designed to attract underrepresented student populations. The students, all high school seniors-to-be, come from primarily urban areas and tribal nations in Wisconsin and will spend six weeks on campus this summer having an immersive pre-college enrichment experience. Students interested in CALS will be given lab or field placements in a lab counseled by a mentor and will learn about various research fields and careers in agriculture and related sciences. Stipends for students are provided by the PEOPLE Program.
If you are interested, or have further questions, please contact Assistant Dean Tom Browne in CALS at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about PEOPLE, please visit www.peopleprogram.wisc.edu.This entry was posted in Extension and Outreach and tagged Diversity Outreach by Charlene Krembs. Bookmark the permalink.