Answered By: Jason Steidl Last Updated: Jun 10, 2016 Views: 186
Students in KAM-Based or Mixed-Model program will have the opportunity to work with additional faculty members whose expertise matches their specific research area. You and your KAM Assessor will work in collaboration with your faculty mentor to provide diverse perspectives, resulting in a more comprehensive learning experience.
Some programs have a limit on the number of KAMs a Faculty Mentor can assess for each student. In this situation, you may be required to locate an additional KAM Assessor. Please contact your Academic Advisor for clarification on this policy.
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