About MAPS Panels
MAPS mentors organize and host panels throughout the year that are open to all students. Panel topics include cultivating relationships with professors, pursuing research, and exploring study away opportunities. Depending on the topic, professors, students, deans, or other guests will be invited to sit on the panel and answer questions from the moderator and audience.
MAPS mentees are required to attend at least two panels during the year. MAPS Panels are open for any member of the Brown community to attend.
1. Demystifying the Professor: Hear from Brown faculty and MAPS mentors about how to communicate effectively with professors, establish positive and meaningful relationships with professors, ask for recommendations, and deal with missed assignments and getting help.
2. Research and Internships..and Fellowships!: Learn how to take advantage of the numerous research and fellowship opportunities at Brown. Hear about how to get involved in research with Brown faculty as well as opportunities outside Brown. Also learn how to find a summer internship and how to think about life after Brown.