Emerging Scholars Program
Pictured above is the 2020-2021 Cohort of the Emerging Scholars Program. From left to right, Dr. Alexa Evenson, Dr. Catherine Bohn-Gettler, Dr. Bret Benesh, Lindsey Gunnerson Gutsch - M.S., Dr. Mary Stenson, Dr. Ted Gordon, Dr. Pedro dos Santos, Dr. Jonathan Nash, Cao Doan, Bretxi Sandiero Flores, Benchelo Victorin, Maria Fajardo Reyes, and Fredi Ponce Parra
The Emerging Scholars (ES) Program is a one-of-its-kind program designed to provide first-years students that have been traditionally underrepresented in higher education or their field of study to three high-impact practices over the course of their first year at CSB/SJU: undergraduate research, learning in community, and meaningful on-campus student employment.
Students selected to become Emerging Scholars are paired with a faculty mentor who is committed to working with underrepresented students and to our program’s mission of making undergraduate research accessible to students from all backgrounds and abilities. Students selected to be an Emerging Scholar are offered a full-time, paid, on-campus research position (10-12 hours per week) for the entire academic year under the mentorship of a faculty mentor. Emerging Scholars assist their faculty mentor with hands-on research or creative work, participate in personal and professional development and networking opportunities, and are part of a unique learning community of students and faculty that fosters their sense of belonging on campus. Faculty mentors participating in the program also receive ongoing professional development and a stipend for the meaningful time they invest with their mentee.
Interested in becoming an Emerging Scholar?
Application for 2022-2023 Cohort will open in Spring 2022
Eligibility Requirements: Admitted, incoming First-Year Student who identifies as an underrepresented student in higher education or their field of study. If you have questions about your eligibility, please contact us or your CSB/SJU admissions counselor.
Interested in becoming a Faculty Mentor?
Call for proposals will take place in Spring 2022