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Frequently referred to as the "model minority," Asian Americans find themselves in a unique position among scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals.
MentorNet has published many personal stories and evaluation reports describing how external mentors help students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics go the distance, overcome obs
Google to Host MentorNet Event
If you'll be in the San Francisco Bay Area, mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 10, 2006.
Dr. Lisa Rossbacher Receives the 2006 Glass Ceiling Award
Initially, MentorNet pairs mentors and protégés together for eight months. Many pairs, however, elect to continue their relationship.
Take Advantage of a 10% Campus Discount
Renewing partners—colleges and universities joining MentorNet for another year can receive a 10% discount on membership fees.
Northeast Public Radio's Women in Science is on the Air
Check out WAMC, gender equity radio programming funded by the National Science Foundation.
In the United Kingdom, it's computer science. In Australia, it's information and communications technology. And for South Korea, it's science and engineering in general.
For Maria Montero Tineo, a student from Spain currently studying at Carnegie Mellon University, finding MentorNet couldn't have been more opportune. "It was like magic," explains Montero.
MentorNet Welcomes Two More Campuses
MentorNet is happy to welcome back the following campuses, which renewed their partnership in February: