Peak Undergraduate Research Mentors of the Year

This award was inaugurated in 2003 and endowed by David and Terry Peak to recognize outstanding faculty as mentors of undergraduate researchers.

Faculty who mentor undergraduate researchers are characterized as counselors and guides who encourage, instruct, and advocate. A good faculty mentor provides a role model for methods of inquiry in a field of study and for the responsible conduct of research.

Good mentors often provide students with their first entry into professional circles and support the dissemination of the student’s work as through professional conference participation or publication.

Congratulations to our 2022 Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year

Additional Undergraduate Researchers of the Year by College

Chris Dakin

Emma Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services | Kinesiology and Health Science Department