MÁS@MSU: Mentoring for Academic Success program is a campus-wide professional initiative for students from all majors that have been awarded work-study funds and have an interest in helping faculty as an assistant. MAS@MSU provides students, especially those from underrepresented populations, with opportunities to engage in professional networking and faculty research projects.
Faculty mentors define projects and supervise students with implementation. Once completed, the project may be presented for internship credit, credit within the academic unit, or for other credits determined by the academic unit. Students are strongly encouraged to seek departmental support to attend seminars, conferences, and research-related meetings.
Each student receives an hourly wage determined by DDEI paid via their work study funds. Students are responsible for arranging their own hours depending on faculty needs and transportation to worksites is on behalf of students.
For more information, please contact either Dr. B. Judith Martínez, Ph.D., Program Director at JMartinez@MissouriState.edu, or Division for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (417) 836-3736 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.