About the Mentorship Program
The RCC Mentorship Program aims to encourage undergraduates to participate in computational research, and graduate students to gain valuable mentorship experience. In addition to guidance from their mentor, mentees will receive training from the RCC on how to use the Hyak supercomputer, or how to apply for cloud credits. Mentors will also receive training on mentoring students from our faculty sponsor, and be added to the priority queue on the STF partition on Mox.
The first Mentorship Program in 2017 had 3 mentor/mentee pairs, as of Spring 2019 we have 13 mentor/mentee pairs. 3 Undergraduate Students have gone on to present posters at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Apply for the Mentorship Program
Applications for Mentors (Graduate Students) can be found here: Applications are Closed for the Spring 2019 Quarter
Applications for Mentees (Undergraduate Students) can be found here: Applications are Closed for the Spring 2019 Quarter