Faculty members can recommend students who may be good candidates for the fellowship, or propose ongoing research projects that would benefit from student participation. It's important to note that applications to become fellows should come directly from interested students. Faculty are also encouraged to write letters or recommendation for students. All McCullough Fellowships have a faculty mentor who advise student in the preparation of their application materials, and provide ongoing guidance and support over the course of the research project. Faculty members are expected to meet with students at least once every two weeks to monitor their progress.
Megan is advising Daniel Suber on his project "Environmental Pathways."
Rebecca is advising Brittany Barker Jones on her project "French Broad River Rare Mussel Conservation."
Tamie is advising Shannon Bodeau on her project "Sustainability through Kinship: Using Drawing and Mindfulness to Reveal the Interconnection Between All People and the Earth Ecosystem."
Andrew is advising Kelley Coleman on her project "Birds of the Greenway."
Graham is advising Katherine Tyrlik on her project "Non-Invasive Population Survey of Cryptobranchus alleganiensis Using Nest Boxes."