The TRPP began in 2015, supported by funding from the Sherwood Foundation. Teachers and mentors are matched based on mutual interests and work in close collaboration to conduct an approx. 80-hr dedicated research project over a 4-6 week period, between June 1-July 15. Weekly journal club discussions and a post-project research symposium provide valuable opportunities to evaluate current research, develop collaborative relationships, and broaden the scope of each experience beyond a single project. OPS Teachers and UNO Mentors are awarded a stipend and funding is awarded to support research projects. This program provides opportunities to advance personal and professional goals for both teachers and mentors. Learn more about TRPP commitments and benefits.
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