On March 28, Northeastern’s Chief Inclusion Officer Karl W. Reid announced the first awardees of the Inclusive Impact Innovation Fund, which were culled from 59 entries submitted by faculty, staff, and students across the Northeastern network. One of the five winners was the Social Justice Peer Mentorship Program, which traces its roots back to sundry projects that have taken place in the public health and
Miriam Warren ’02 had a tough time navigating her college experience. She mentors Mills students so they don’t face the same problems.
Undergraduates at Mills gain valuable experience by engaging in high-level scholarship, from assisting in original laboratory research to presenting their own work at academic conferences.