Doctoral Students Take Part in Community-Engaged Research Mentorship Program

Hailey Reissman

Monday, August 15, 2022

Annenberg doctoral students Danielle Clark and Darin Johnson were two of the four Penn graduate students chosen to participate in the Penn Graduate Community-Engaged Research Mentorship (PGCERM) program, facilitated by the University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center.

This 10-week summer program offers an opportunity for graduate students interested in community-engaged research — including those who may not know how to begin — to work on smaller scale, short-term projects guided by faculty mentors.

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