Medieval Academy of America Undergraduate Mentorship Program
The Graduate Student Committee of the Medieval Academy of America would like to invite your participation in our NEW undergraduate mentorship program! Those who would like to receive mentoring or serve as a mentor should register online using the form below. Justin Barker ( and Danielle Griego ( will coordinate the exchanges for Kalamazoo 2016.

The intent of the program is for graduate students to welcome and provide support and guidance to undergraduate students with an interest in pursuing academic or other professional careers. These exchanges provide undergraduate students the opportunity to learn more about graduate school life, the application process, and alternative academic options to name a few from experienced graduate students. The mentorship program, moreover, offers undergraduate students the opportunity to form relationships with future potential colleagues. The initial extent of the commitment would be for mentees and mentors to meet for a brief conversation at an agreed-upon time during Kalamazoo. The continuation of the mentor relationship after the conference is at the discretion of the parties involved.

I will try to make the best match based upon the information provided below; however, it may not be possible to meet all requests. Thank you for your understanding!

Will you participate as a *
Which conference are you attending? *
We're only piloting the program at Kalamazoo this year.
Name: *
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Current Academic Institution (if applicable): *
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Email address: *
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Discipline/Major: *
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Year in Program: *
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Research Interests (Please limit to three):
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I would like to mentor/receive mentoring for the following matters: *
From your above choices, which is most important to you?
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Other comments / Anything else we should know:
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