Peer Research Ambassadors

Imposter Syndrome. By PRA Mahima.

The Peer Research Ambassadors (PRAs) are UConn students who have engaged in research and creative activity during their undergraduate careers and want to help other students get involved. PRAs attend OUR workshops and help represent OUR at events such as career fairs and open houses. They also serve as an informal advisory board, sharing feedback with OUR administrators on how to improve outreach efforts and programming.

In addition, Peer Research Ambassadors are available to talk with students and share advice about getting started with and engaging in research, scholarship, and/or creative projects. If you're looking to get involved in these activities, it is extremely valuable to hear directly from other students about their experiences. Meet with a Peer Research Ambassador during a virtual drop-in advising session or schedule a one-on-one advising conversation.

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Imposter Syndrome
By Mahima Mehta, Peer Research Ambassador

It’s easy to get in your head. I do it a lot. It’s especially easy when you’re surrounded by people you admire, people who obviously know what they are talking about. Continue reading

Peer Research Ambassador Profiles

Click on the Peer Research Ambassador photos below for their full profiles and to contact an Ambassador.

Peer Research Ambassador Michelle Antony '23.
Peer Research Ambassador Poorna Balakumar '23.
Peer Research Ambassador Alex Clonan '22.
Claire Fresher '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Kynza Khimani '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Mahima Mehta '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Lauren Rudin '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Stephanie Schofield '23.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Elisa Shaholli '23.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Drew Tienken '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Humza Zaidi '22.
OUR Peer Research Ambassador Chloe Zampetti '22, Natural Resources.