- Our Impact
The Integrative Biology (IB) undergraduate peer mentoring program aims to connect first year Biology and Zoology students with juniors and seniors in order to build community and promote student success and engagement. Mentors will provide academic and other support to students transitioning to college and their IB major. Mentors will help mentees connect with the campus community and resources while complimenting the work of advisors and other IB and University resources.
Potential IB Mentees
All new incoming first-year students are welcome to submit an application to have an IB mentor.
IB undergraduate mentee benefits:
*Some students are having trouble completing and saving the application. If you complete the form via the web, right click and select "Print," but instead of selecting a printer, change the destination as "Save as PDF." Then save the PDF on your computer and rename it to include your name, and then email me the completed document.*
We will do our best to match mentee applicants and mentors based on common interests. To help us find a match, please provide through responses to the application questions. Not all mentee applicants are guaranteed to receive a mentor due to mentor availability.
Potential IB Mentors
Do you want to share your passion and enthusiasm for your major and department with others? Then consider becoming and Undergraduate Peer Mentor for the Integrative Biology (IB) Department! The goal of the program is to connect first year Biology and Zoology students with juniors and seniors in order to build community and promote student success and engagement.
IB Undergraduate Mentor benefits:
If you have questions, please contact Maureen.Leong-Kee@oregonstate.edu.