MCS Lead Mentor

MCS Lead Mentor Courses

Marine and Coastal Science Major Lead Mentor Courses Fall: Professional Development in Marine Science Course Description

ANS 198 2023 is a professional development course for sophomore, junior, and first-year transfer students interested in a career in marine science. This course is composed of 9 2-hour discussion-based classes and assignments. We designed each component of this course with the intention to equip you with the tools, understanding, and confidence to navigate your undergraduate experience in marine science.

MCS Lead Mentor Resources

MCS Lead Mentor Courses:

The MCS Lead Mentor teaches courses in Fall, Winter, and Spring that prepare MCS majors for their future. The courses include professional development, career exploration, and a seminar series journal club.

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Resource Topics:
  • Peer Mentorship

  • These resources have been compiled and maintained by each of the past MCS Lead Mentors.

Supporting Marine Science Undergraduates Through Flexibility, Agility, and Inclusivity

The 2021-22 academic year brought UC Davis students back to campus, and a new set of challenges and opportunities for the Marine and Coastal Science (MCS) major Lead Mentor. Meghan Zulian, a doctoral student in the Ocean Climate lab at UC Davis & Bodega Marine Laboratory, is tasked with mentoring, teaching, and guiding the undergraduate MCS majors through this year.