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The Graduate Division’s office of Fellowships & Financial Services is pleased to announce the services of the Graduate Peer Mentors (GPM) for Extramural Fellowships.
The GPMs serve as a resource for current and prospective graduate students to develop and enhance their fluency and familiarity with extramural graduate fellowships and their value. With the guidance of the graduate mentors, along with expertise from UCLA’s Graduate Division, Graduate Writing Center and Scholarship Resource Center, students have the opportunity to strengthen their applications and sharpen their grantsmanship. While serving as a valuable resource to the campus community, the GPMs also benefit by developing their mentoring and communication skills.
The GPMs’ contact information is on the Graduate Peer Mentors for Extramural Fellowships Flyer. Feel free to contact one for a 1:1 or group consultation or a department presentation.
Here is a short bio about the GPM.
Hope K. McCoy is a PhD Candidate in Education and has also served as an elected student leader, research assistant, and teaching assistant at UCLA. Her research focuses on probing issues around power–economic, sociocultural, and political–that occur in cross-cultural education partnerships. In addition, Hope is a Fulbright scholar (2015-2016) and is a Research and Strategy Consultant at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In addition to her forthcoming PhD, Hope received her MA in education from UCLA, and a BS in psychology from Northwestern University.