University Scholars Mentoring
An informal, intellectual mentoring program offers interdisciplinary research possibilities, helps to shape multidisciplinary interests into an interdisciplinary program, and encourages collaborative thinking and intellectual risk-taking.  Mentoring also allows for more informal advising and conversations about life experience and development.  Mentoring in the USP is a student-driven endeavor.  Relationships are established between pairs of graduate or professional school students and undergraduates.  All mentors/mentees are required to meet at least twice per semester, if not more frequently.  The USP will reimburse up to $12 per person, twice a semester, or a maximum of $24 per person per semester.
Students in PhD programs who are beyond their 1st year may be in the Duke@Work system.  Click here for a step-by-step PDF instruction guide: Duke@Work Miscellaneous Reimbursement Instructions.
1st year PhD students and professional school students are often NOT in the Duke@Work system.  In that case, you can submit the Miscellaneous Reimbursement form available on the Duke Financial Services website.  Access to the form requires logging in with your Duke NetID and password.  along with along with a PDF or JPG of your receipt(s) and submit them to the USP Director via email. Click here for a step-by-step PDF instruction guide: Miscellaneous Reimbursement Instructions.