Ball State University Teacher-Scholar Program announced

<p><strong>Grace Ramey, DN File</strong></p>

Grace Ramey, DN File

As announced by Ball State University Associate Professor of Chemistry Sundeep Rayat, Ball State is encouraging students to apply for a Teacher-Scholar Program. This program is aimed mostly towards transfer students and first and second year students.

The program offers students that wish to apply an opportunity to work with a Ball State professor or professional staff mentor on research or a creative project for five hours per week. The Teacher-Scholar Program aims to help students "learn more about a field and how research is conducted, make connections with professionals and professors, and get one-on-one academic and career-related advice that is so valuable in college."

Students who apply to the program are set to earn a $750 stipend as well.   

For those interested, visit this website and click "Apply Now". This website features a list of potential mentors looking for student researchers to collaborate with on a project.

For those who need assistance or have questions, contact tsprogram@bsu.edu via email.

"We have limited spots, and it is never too early to apply," Rayat said in the release. "We look forward to receiving your applications!!"

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