Faculty and Mentors
Each student will have a primary faculty mentor and possible co-mentors based on interdisciplinary interests and programmatic needs. Faculty mentors will typically be SPRC faculty members. In special circumstances, the Program Director may approve a non-SPRC affiliated faculty member to serve as a faculty mentor for a student.
Faculty mentors are responsible for advising students on course selection, assisting students with research, monitoring student progress, providing professional development, and approving and evaluating master’s theses. Faculty mentors will also provide ongoing support to students as they work on their internship projects.
The following faculty are willing to serve as faculty mentors during the 2015-2016 academic school year. Please click each faculty name to learn more about their research interests and projects.