Research Mentoring Program
The Research Mentoring Program (RMP) is designed to support doctoral students in their dissertation research while providing an opportunity for undergraduates to learn more about graduate studies and graduate-level research. As a participant, doctoral students will receive a $1,000 stipend for their summer mentoring and a budget of up to $500 for their research costs. Undergraduates will also receive a $1,000 stipend for serving as a research assistant.
Graduate student participants have already been chosen for 2016. Applications are now being accepted for undergraduate student participants.
- Undergraduate students should go to the Loyola University Research Opportunities Program (LUROP) home page and click on apply now—it will direct you to the application portal to apply to the Research Mentoring Program.
- View the Graduate Student Projects for 2016. Undergraduates must be available to work during summer (this program must be your first priority during the summer), and interested in attending graduate school to participate in the program.
Program Components Include:
Mentoring: One-to-one mentoring of an undergraduate student for 6-8 weeks during the summer 2016.
Required Meetings: Meetings with graduate and undergraduate student participants and the Assistant Dean—an introduction meeting where participants learn about the requirements and goals of the program, a joint presentation meeting where the undergraduates learn about the graduate experiences of the doctoral students, undergraduate meeting with Associate Director of Graduate Admissions, and a final presentation meeting where the graduate and undergraduate team share research accomplishments with the group.
Required Presentation: Poster presentations at both the Graduate Research Symposium and LUROP Research Symposium in spring, 2017.
If you have any questions or problems, please contact Dr. Jessica Horowitz, Associate Dean for the Graduate School, at email@example.com or 773.508.2476.