There are many possible Fellowship Mentors all across campus. The list below is not an exhaustive list. It is a list of mentors who have self-identified and asked me to let the students know that they exist. All students need to contact a potential mentor to see if the fit is right. Mentors and students, in most cases, find each other.
This is list is fluid. Please check back.
|Fellowship Mentors Seeking Students||General Area/Brief Description|
|1||Juliette Rooney-Varga||Climate Change|
|2||Robert Giles||Science & Technology in the Impoverished World: Various projects around energy, clean water, sewage, and education.|
|3||Nicolai Konow||Biological Sciences|
|5||Lorraine D'Agostino||Education Research: Collaborate with and be guided by Prof. D'Agostino to explore how readers respond to literature.|
|6||Robert Forrant||History: Bringing Lowell's Immigration History to Life: Building a Virtual Tenement Musuem|
|7||Ashleigh Hillier||A qualitative study research project concerned with the experiences of UML students with anxiety disorders. Using focus groups.|
|8||Jana Sladkova||Assist in a research project concerned with teaching qualitative research in Psychology in the US.|
|9||William Lazonick||Economic Development, Industrial Innovation, Business Organization, and Income Inequality (Students should bring a project description.)|
|10||Marlow Miller||English: Professor Miller is interested in overseeing a student fellowship.|
|11||Laura Barefield||English - Ancient Greek Thought, Literature, & Culture|
|15||TzuYang Yu||Civil Engineering: Build a model of Thoreau's Cabin. Read some Henry David Thoreau|