Oregon State University

College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

CEOAS Academic Mentoring Program

About CEOAS Academic Mentoring Program

The CEOAS Academic Mentoring Program (CEOAS AMP) provides the opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to connect within the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences.

Through conversations with their graduate mentor, undergraduate mentees will have the opportunity to learn about graduate school and to explore academic and career pathways.

The program provides graduate mentors the opportunity to develop mentoring and communication skills that will help them in their professional and academic pursuits.

Who can participate?


CEOAS AMP will recruit students in Fall Term. Selected students will attend a one hour training session at the end of Fall Term. Graduate mentors and their undergraduate mentees will begin to meet at the beginning of Winter Term.


Deadline to apply – Friday, December 8


Undergraduate Mentee Training

Graduate Mentor Training*

*New Mentors are required to attend. For 2017 Mentors the training is optional.

Mentor Open Discussion (Burt 193)
This is an opportunity for mentors to discuss issues, clarify concerns, and share in their AMP experiences. This will be led by Robert Allan.

Capstone Community Event – end of Winter Term

Expectations and Resources

Graduate Mentors are expected to:

Mentor Training Guidelines

Undergraduate Mentees are expected to:


Graduate student contact: Robert Allan

*Credit for programmatic inspiration to: Penn State's Grad-Undergrad Mentoring Program

Last updated 12/4/2017