New Mentorship Program Offers Undergraduates Insight into Graduate Student Life
The Criminology and Criminal Justice graduate program provides a valuable tool to apply the knowledge undergraduates learn regarding the theoretical explanations for criminal behavior and its subsequent application in empirical research. Students who are interested in taking the next step may be viable candidates for our graduate program, but are unsure of the academic responsibilities of the graduate program, opportunities available to students in terms of publishing and funding, and the possibilities of career options post-graduation. The Criminology Graduate-Undergraduate Mentorship program is an opportunity for potential and incoming graduate students to partner with current graduate students who can give an insider’s view of graduate life. Students who are interested in participating in this project can contact Amaia Iratzoqui.