2018-2019 Grad-Undergrad Mentoring Program (GUMP)
We are continuing a mentoring program begun last year, which pairs undergraduate anthropology students with a graduate student mentor. This mentorship can take any form the pair desires and meetings will be scheduled between mentors and mentees. We have asked graduate students to dedicate a minimum of one hour per month to be available to their mentee, but it could possibly be more if mutually convenient. Some things you can talk to your mentor about include (but are not limited to): undergraduate research projects, applying for grants, applying to graduate school, and area or topic specific anthropology.

If you are interested in participating in this exciting program, please fill out the questions below by Sunday, October 21st.

Email address *
First and Last Name *
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How often would you like to meet with your mentor? *
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What kinds of things would you like to discuss with your mentor? (For example: using anthropology after graduation, graduate school applications, strategies for understanding dense readings, and applying for a Fulbright grant) Please list as many as you would like. *
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What anthropological topics and regions are you interested in? (For example: visual anthropology, memory, and Southeast Asia) Please list as many as you would like.
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Did you participate in GUMP last year? *
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