Get Involved with Undergraduate Research
Faculty, post-doc and grad student volunteers needed
If a faculty member, post-doc or graduate student would like to become involved with the Office of Undergraduate Research and volunteer to help in various capacities such as mentoring, undergraduate research grant reviewers, poster judging, NSCEF, or other events, we ask that you complete this simple form.
Teach an Honors Course or Host a Scholars Event
Faculty engagement opportunities include teaching Honors Seminar courses, engagement in the Honors and Scholars Village, student capstone mentoring, and development of experiential academic programming.
Mentor a GPC Student
GPC Mentor – The role of a GPC mentor is to help students prepare a synthesizing final project which answers questions about their experience in pursuing the Global Perspectives Certificate.
Join the TH!NK Faculty
There are three main ways for faculty members to engage with the TH!NK initiative: as a TH!NK faculty member, as a scorer of the Critical Thinking Assessment Test, or through TH!NK workshops in the Office of Faculty Development. https://think.dasa.ncsu.edu/for-faculty/
Teach a First Year Inquiry Course
Help Students Get Ready for Fellowship Interviews
Faculty and staff can:
- refer student and alumni candidates to meet with FAO staff,
- gain information about writing strong letters of recommendation for these specific funding opportunities,
- learn about serving on campus selection and practice interview committees,
- get information about these specific award opportunities.