Peer Research Consultant

The mission of the Peer Research Consultant program (PRC) is to contribute to building a community of scholars that foster innovation and develop a sense of purpose and achievement. PRC are upper division undergraduate students or graduate students who assist instructors with turning course assignments into research projects. The PRC supports students as they implement, design, analyze, and disseminate the results of their projects. Specifically, the PRC assists with framing questions appropriate for the discipline, implementing and conducting class investigations, and reporting findings in writing and orally to the class and a broader audience. This program targets all courses.

Deadlines:

  • Fall Deadline for winter 2020: November 4th, 2019
  • Winter Deadline for spring and summer 2020: March 9th, 2020

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Testimonials

'Words cannot express how beneficial this program has been to us over here in the music department'

– Allen Menton

Below is a list of classes participating in the Peer Research Consultant program for spring term; register for these courses to receive additional assistance outside of the classroom. Lab session times will be available within the next week.

 

Fall 2019 Courses

Biology 513

Professor: Dr. Nicole Bournias-Vardiabasis

Peer Leader: Michael Pierce

Kinesiology 480

Professor: Dr. Nicole Dabbs

Peer Leader: Chanel Catunao

Sociology 301

Professor: Dr. Paloma Villegas

Peer Leader: Roxanne Hudgens

Human Development 480

Professor: Dr. Kelly Campbell

Peer Leader: Kendall Grant