Peer Research Fellows (PRFs) are undergrads who can connect you to library services you might not even know exist and provide basic research help.
Each House neighborhood — River Central, River East, River West, and Quad — has a Peer Research Fellow who provides:
- Personalized student-to-student research help
- Referrals to librarians with relevant expertise
- Weekly newsletters about library services, research tools, and more
- Advice on issues regarding academic integrity
- Weekly study breaks and other research related House events like Rise & Research and Write Night
Each Peer Research Fellow is trained and mentored by a librarian who is dedicated to their neighborhood and has expertise in research, teaching, and learning.
Become a Peer Research Fellow
Apply for a paid position as a Peer Research Fellow before Sept. 28!
Peer Research Fellows are trained by a mentor librarian to assist their peers with research through weekly newsletters, study breaks in neighborhood dining halls, hosting research-related House events, and more.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about the Library Peer Research Fellows program contact Ramona Islam, Head of Academic Partnerships.