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Scholar Responsibilities in the Michigan Tech's S-STEM Program

S-STEM Scholars are required to:

  • enroll in ENG5510 Sustainable Futures I in the fall of the academic year in which they are awarded a scholarship and team with (an)other S-STEM Scholar(s) in meeting the project requirements of the course
  • enroll in CE5992 Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar in the spring of the year in which they are awarded a scholarship, and lead one colloquium discussion and participate in others on sustainability
  • propose and carry out a reciprocal mentoring experience in a team
  • participate in assessment of program objectives during their studies and following graduation.

S-STEM Scholars are encouraged to:

  • complete all coursework requirements to obtain the Graduate Certificate in Sustainability
  • MI students: conduct on-campus research co-advised by a faculty member and doctoral student
  • PhD students: apply for partial support for travel to (a) a professional conference, or (b) communities in developing countries to conduct research and promote sustainability in collaboration with a MS student.

 
       

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