Attention undergraduate seniors and recent
graduates: Applications are open for the BCM Postbaccalaureate Research
Education Program (PREP) at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Early
deadline is January 1st and the final deadline is March 15th.
The goal is to help under-represented college graduates prepare for biomedical Ph.D. study. BCM PREP Scholars complete the program within 12 months, depending on each scholar's individual development plan. There are eight positions available each year. The program features:
The Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is sponsoring two INTENSIVE six-week Summer Schools in Nuclear and Radiochemistry for undergraduates. Funding is provided by the US Department of Energy.
Fellowships include a stipend of $4000, all tuition and fees, transportation to and from the Summer School location, housing, books, and laboratory supplies. Transferable college credit will be awarded through the ACS accredited chemistry programs at San Jose State University (7 units) or the State University of New York at Stony Brook (6 units).
Candidates should be undergraduates with an interest in nuclear science who are presently in their sophomore or junior year of study at a US college or university. They should have completed at least two years of chemistry, one year of physics and one year of calculus. Applicants must be US citizens.
Completed applications must be received no later than February 1, 2019. Each Summer School is limited to 12 students. Announcement of awards will be made in early March 2019.
For more information, click here. On-line application forms are available at: https://chemistry.missouri.edu/nucsummer
For more information contact:
Prof. J. David Robertson, Director
Nuclear & Radiochemistry Summer Schools
Department of Chemistry
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Tel: 573/882-5296 Fax: 573/882-6360
Posters on the Hill (Abstracts Due Nov. 9): Represent the state of West Virginia and WVU as you present your research to members of Congress in Washington, D.C. The application portal for the April 2019 Posters on the Hill submissions is now open and abstracts are due by/before Nov. 9. WVU is an “Institutional Member” of CUR and any WVU undergraduate researcher is eligible to apply to Posters on the Hill. If you plan to apply, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research (email@example.com) as we will aid in the application and, if accepted, coordinate, fund, and arrange your travel. More information and abstract submission can be found at: https://www.cur.org/what/events/students/poh/
Empowering Students through Research
Students of Color’s Experiences of Finding Themselves in Undergraduate Research
The DOE Scholars Program introduces students and recent college graduates to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mission and operations.
Why should I apply?
For this academic year, we'll be offering Winter, Spring and Summer Programs in
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All of our Programs feature a series of career-readiness classes, workshops and
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Our programs are open to students from any year and with any major, and they may choose a placement in one of 9 career fields: Banking & Financial services; Consulting & Professional services; Law & Politics; Technology & Engineering; Marketing, Advertising & PR; Media, Entertainment & Journalism; Art, Fashion & Design; Start-ups & Entrepreneurship; Charities, NFPs & NGOs.
Students may be directed to apply now at: https://city-internships.com/apply
I have prepared a Prospectus explaining our programs and offering: City Internships 2018/19 Prospectus and also a printable Noticeboard Flyer.
Thank you for taking the time to read this email, and I look forward to working with your students on one of our programs.
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City Internships is a member of the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE), NAFSA: Association of International Educators, The Forum on Education Abroad and the National Society on Experiential Education (NSEE).
In partnership with Educational Testing Consultants,
WVU's Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is offering comprehensive test preparation
classes in live-online formats for the GMAT, GRE and LSAT.
For a list of courses including times offered and prices, click here.
The Summer Program to Increase Diversity in
Undergraduate Research (SPIDUR) is an 8-week summer program for high-achieving
under-represented, first generation, or disabled undergraduate students,
providing research experience and professional development training in their
field of interest. These opportunities are not typically available in the
undergraduate classroom. This learn-by-doing model places an emphasis on
graduate education and allows the Scholars to put their experiential learning
into practice, preparing them to excel in their future studies and research. In
addition to mentored research activities, scholars participate in weekly
professional development training to build skills critical to professional
success. Topics include: responsible conduct of research, developing a
competitive research fellowship application, preparing an academic resume,
professional communication tools, and a session on preparing for graduate
school. The program culminates with the Summer Research Symposia, where
students participating in summer research programs on campus present their
research results. The Summer Research Symposia is free and open to the public.
Summer scholars receive a stipend of $4000 for the 8 weeks of the program. Housing will be provided, but space is limited. Travel to UNC Charlotte is not supported by the program. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The Charlotte Research Scholars are sponsored by the Division of Academic Affairs, Graduate School, and Charlotte Research Institute. APPLY at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdUMWqUw5em90Qbm-HrsrDPPzWqmfjXBOuBZ76LGJ14wv2mYQ/viewform by December 14, 2018. Specific Details about the Program (https://advance.uncc.edu/node/286)
How many students will be accepted into the program? The program will provide 10 undergraduate students funding to participate in an 8-week research program.
Application deadline: 12:00 am (EST) on December 14, 2019
Program length: 8 weeks during summer of 2019. The program will run from June 3, 2019 through July 26, 2019
Eligibility: Undergraduates must have a minimum GPA of 2.8, and between 50 and 90 credit hours by the end of spring 2019. Students who graduate in spring 2019 are NOT eligible for the program - candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program from an institution other than UNC Charlotte to be eligible for SPIDUR.
Compensation: Scholars will receive a $4000 fellowship (taxable income) and will be compensated for housing costs. Students will be housed on campus but must pay their housing fees directly to the Housing Office – The ADVANCE Office cannot handle this transaction on behalf of the program participants."
Undergraduate Researcher Encourages Peers to Take Initiative
by Trinity Shaver, Undergraduate Research Ambassador