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The AEMES Programs are led through a team-based approach involving students, faculty and staff. Working together, our groups offer programming and build community within AEMES and among the greater Science Center community at Smith.

The AEMES Scholars Advisory Board (AAB) includes representatives from each of the four cohorts on campus. Together, students on the AAB host community-building events for the AEMES Scholars and serve as liaisons between the scholars and the faculty/staff AEMES Team.

Mentor leaders are a group of three to five returning students who have served as peer mentors in the past. These students are a "mentor's mentor." They serve as a resource for other mentors, they assist in the planning and facilitation of trainings and they host social events for the mentoring community.

The McKinley Honors Fellows provide leadership in the area of research in the sciences. These seniors offer presentations about getting involved with research at Smith, and they serve as informal mentors to other students.

The AEMES Team is a small group of faculty and staff who lead the AEMES programs.

Faculty Mentors welcome students from the AEMES Scholars and Early Research programs into their research groups.

The Science Center Committee on Diversity (SCCD) is a group of faculty, staff and students that initiates and promotes programming to increase diversity and promote education on issues of diversity and social justice in the sciences, technology, mathematics and engineering.