ReMatch Mentor Information Session
Are you considering a career teaching at a liberal arts college? Looking for some meaningful teaching and mentorship experience or ways to gain hands-on professional development experience? The Graduate School and the Office of the Dean of the College offer an exciting research and mentorship opportunity for Princeton graduate students called ReMatch.
ReMatch is a mentoring program that offers resources and funding to achieve two main, mutually constitutive goals:
I.To foster meaningful research connections between first and second year undergraduate students and graduate students across all divisions
II.To support a diverse and inclusive research community at Princeton and beyond.
The program connects undergraduate students and graduate students, two historically unconnected populations at Princeton, through their shared interest in academic research, and offers fellowship funding for mentorship connections and joint research projects. Graduate students can choose their own level of engagement, which might range from attending a few informal meetups in the fall and early spring, to mentoring an undergraduate intern in a long-term research project over the summer.
ReMatch funding is available to cover summer research stipends for undergraduates, graduate stipend supplements, mentorship meals, and conference travel for mentor mentee pairings.
If you are interested in learning more about this program, we invite you to visit the ReMatch website and attend an information session to be held in Frist 330 from 12 pm – 1:30 pm (pizza lunch provided)