The PADAWAN Society is an intitiative by the Department of Anthropology to partner undergraduate majors (UASA) with graduate mentors (GASA) in support, promotion, and preparation of postgraduate studies.
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Must hold to Good Standing status @ UNT
- Active member of UASA
- Completed between 60-89 hours
- Anthropology major
- Must hold to Good Standing status @ UNT
- 2 Semester mentor commitment
- Commit to 2 meetings/semester
Mentors/Mentees will be required to meet a minimum of twice per semester. Opportunities for meet-ups will be available through departmentally sponsored pizza lunches.
Enrichment workshops will be offered to undergraduate mentees. Mentees are required to attend at least 1 enrichment workshop per semester.
Development opportunities will be offered which include, but are not limited to: social media, social outings, topical newsletters, online discussion groups.
- Invite-Only End of the Year Dinner
- Pinning Ceremony
- Mentees will be invited to attend Master's Degree Hooding Ceremony
Interested in Applying?
Undergraduate students will need to fill out this application.
Graduate students will need to fill out this application.
Questions can be sent to the faculty mentor, Melissa Nelson (email@example.com).
Rose Benton, BA
Jamie Davis, BA
Allison Holt, BA
Morgan Kainu, BA
Andrea Lopez-Garza, BA
Kelly McFarland, MS
Ashley Thomas, MS/MPH
Rene Zazueta Rivas, BA
PADAWAN SOCIETY 2019-2020
Alexus Walker Reyes