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 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!!"