Join ELA Rice: 2013-2014
The mission of the Empowering Leadership Alliance @ Rice (ELA Rice) is to promote a diverse community of Rice students in science, engineering, and mathematics and support them as they strive to become academic leaders in their respective academic field. To find out more about ELA Rice, go to our website page at the Tapiacenter.rice.edu or visit our Facebook Page by searching Empowering Leadership Alliance- ELA.

The deadline to apply to participate in this year's faculty mentor program is Monday, September 9, 2013. Preference for the faculty mentor program is given to students from underrepresented groups with a STEM major.

Activities include the faculty-mentor program, the undergraduate research symposium and numerous community-building and training programs that promote success in STEM.

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Last Name *
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Residential college (if applicable) *
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Major or Intended major *
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Year in college *
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Are you a RESP student? *
Are you interested in participating in the ELA one-on-one faculty mentor program? *
This is a one-on-one faculty advising program designed to support Rice undergraduate students in engineering, math and science and encourage them to develop into academic leaders in their respective field. Underrepresented minority students, first generation college students, and female students are especially encouraged to apply. We will host two faculty/protege mixer events throughout the year. You will be notified of your acceptance by email.
Did you participate in the ELA faculty mentor program last year? *
If you participated in the faculty mentor program last year, answer this and the next question and skip the remaining questions.
For those who participated in the faculty mentor program last year: If you would like to request the same mentor, please type their name here.
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What are the most important qualities of a faculty mentor?
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Are you a first-generation college student?
A first-generation college student is defined as "Neither parent ever enrolled in a university/college education."
High school cumulative GPA (If you are a freshman.)
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If you are not a freshman, Rice cumulative GPA. If you are a transfer student, cumulative GPA from previous institution.
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If you are a transfer student, which institution are you transferring from?
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Rice approved AP credits - from science or math-related exams only
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High school name
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City and state of high school
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