A typical DRP semester
- Graduate mentors propose books and topics.
- Undergraduate students apply to the DRP and express preferences about which topics they would like to study.
- Students are matched to mentors based on their preferences
- Learning happens...
- Students give short talks on what they learned
Expectations for students
- Spend five hours per week on DRP work
- one hour to meet with your mentor and four hours of reading
- Meet with your mentor about once per week
- Present what you learn at the end of the semester
- Have fun!
Expectations for mentors
- Spend one plus $\alpha$ hour per week meeting students and preparing your meetings
- Help your students present at the end of the semester by watching their trial presentations before the actual presentations and giving feedback