The Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) Pre-Grad Internship Program has received a $20,000 matching grant from Alice and Michael Kuhn. The funding will award 20 Kuhn Scholars $1,000 grants for the spring 2018 semester. The DDCE provides a matching stipend to the interns’ graduate student mentors. The IE Pre-Grad Internship Program is part of the university’s IE Consortium, which was established in 1997. More than 2,500 students have participated in the IE Pre-Grad Internship Program since it began in 2003. Read more about the Pre Grad Internship and the IE Kuhn Scholar Awards.
We would like to congratulate our mentor Leonor Ramirez, for receiving this award. Leonor is a psychology major, her internship discipline is, higher education administration. Leonor’s mentor is, Ximena Canelo-Pino. This is what Leonor shared about the impact Project MALES has had on her academic career.
“Research is key. Various prestigious programs, such as Project MALES, have enabled me to continue my education in an intellectual manner and grow both professionally and personally. As a Kuhn Scholar, I am proud and highly thankful that I will have the opportunity to be engaged in research experience so I can continue to create publications.”
From everyone at Project MALES congratulations!