October 15 and March 15
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Meet our 2021-2022 Peer Mentors!
The Peer Mentoring Program is designed to provide support to undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing research and inquiry. Our peer mentors are wonderful undergraduate and graduate students who represent active researchers and role models from FAU's colleges and partner campuses. If you are interested in participating in undergraduate research or have questions related to how you can get started in research please email one of the mentors in your college to set up a time to meet. Mentors are available to meet in-person or virtually. The Peer Mentor page can tell you more about how YOU can become a mentor too!
To meet with a Peer Mentor, visit them during their office hours, or send them an email to set up an appointment. The Peer Mentor's office hours schedule can be found here.
|Peer Mentor Name||College||Peer Mentor email address|
Peer Mentor Bios
|Email:||College & Major:||Research Interest(s):||Hobbies:|
|email@example.com||College of Engineering and Computer Science||Developing an Amine-modified Silica tailored for Carbon Dioxide removal in closed air environments; Biogas purification from landfill waste||Involved in: Students for Peace, American Society of Civil Engineers, & Florida Surveying and Mapping Society|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Wilkes Honors College; Mathematics and Biology||Characterization of chitosan based hydrogels to determine a connection between their antimicrobial properties and their physical and chemical properties||I enjoy running, reading, and listening to music|
||Wilkes Honors College; Cellular Neuroscience||Mathematical Biology, Immuno-Epidemiological Models, Artificial Intelligence, Cellular Neuroscience, Disorder of Neural Circuit Function||Traveling, Running, Taekwondo, Drums/Piano|
|email@example.com||College of Science, Cellular Neuroscience||Cellular and Behavioral Neuroscience and Cell Biology||Listening to music, Swimming and Reading|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||College of Science, Chemistry and Biochemistry||Computational chemistry and biological systems||Reading, Music and Languages|
|email@example.com||College of Science, Neuroscience and Behavior||Post-traumatic growth of those who experienced living in the foster care system; epigenetic approach to intergenerational trauma and the relationship between the neurobiology of trauma, inner self-healing, personal growth, and transformation||Artist and bird lover|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||College of Social Work and Criminal Justice, Graduate Student in Masters of Social Work Program||I am currently working on my project: A PhotoVoice Study on the Lived-Experience of Students Attending College While Homeless.||Vice President of the Collegiate Recovery Community at FAU|
|email@example.com||College of Science, Neuroscience and Behavior||Region-specific Dopamine D2 Autoreceptor Signaling Drives Sex-biased Behavioral Changes in DAT Val599 Mice||Weightliging, swimming and biking|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||College of Education, Elementary Education||Investigating the effects of a university-school created exam preparation on teacher’s self-efficacy towards state competency exams in Reading K-12||Going to the beach, gym, and cooking|