This summer, the School of Education will be hosting a PhD preparedness program from June 12 to July 21. The program, titled PREPPEd, will offer advanced undergraduates and master's students the opportunity to examine ethnic minority research in education under the mentorship of a JHU faculty member, take classes to prepare them to pursue a PhD in education, and build a social network to support them through their PhD journey. Scholars will be housed on the Homewood campus and will receive a stipend of $575 per week. Applications are due by March 15.
The School of Education will be hosting an informational webinar about PREPPEd at noon on March 3. To attend, please register here.
For more information about the program, see this article.
To apply for the program, visit this page.