International Graduate Mentor Program Welcomes New Faces

A Guarini program helps new students with their transition to life in the U.S.

Read the full story, published by the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies.

The International Graduate Mentor Program is an organization of current graduate students at Dartmouth who work with incoming international students to help their transition to life in the United States. The program matches incoming students with current international students, who serve as their mentors. 

Arriving on campus from overseas, international graduate students are helped  by mentors from the IGMP, which is set up to provide students with support as they transition to life at Dartmouth. 

This year, two new leaders take the helm. Sally Demirdjian and Muhammad Abubakar Khan talk about their academic backgrounds and their international experience.