OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
January 11, 2019
ALL SENATE FACULTY
SUBJECT: || Triton Research and Experiential Learning Scholars (TRELS) program|
I am writing to provide you with information about the Triton Research
and Experiential Learning Scholars (TRELS) program. This program is a
collaboration between the six undergraduate colleges, Academic Affairs,
and the Academic Enrichment Program. TRELS is designed to increase the
number of students involved in research, mentored projects, community
service, and study abroad opportunities. We are especially interested in
providing opportunities to students who come from diverse backgrounds.
We also hope to support students working in diverse fields of study.
There are several ways that you can become involved in this project:
. Mentor a student: If you know a student who may be interested in a
mentored opportunity, you can help them find a project and encourage
them to apply for the program. The application deadline for the winter
quarter is February 1, 2019. Awards include a $1000 stipend per
quarter. There are also summer opportunities with a $5000 stipend.
. Volunteer to review applications: Colleges are seeking faculty
members to review applications. Please contact your provost if you are
interested in reviewing now or in the future.
. Teach a seminar: The colleges would like to offer research methods
seminars in a variety of fields. You might teach a seminar yourself
(with a research stipend compensation) or mentor a graduate
. Serve on the TRELS advisory committee
Please contact Provost Leslie Carver (email@example.com) with any
John C. Moore|
Dean of Undergraduate Education