Announcements and Weekly E-Mail Archive
March 8 - March 14
- MARK YOUR CALENDAR
- SPRING BIOLOGY AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
- SUMMER STUDY ABROAD ~ AMAZONIAN PERU
- GEORGE GOULD UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD IN ENTOMOLOGY
- PATHWAYS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
- GRADUATE STUDIES ~ SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
- SUMMER FIELD COURSES IN SOUTHEAST ALASKA’S INSIDE PASSAGE
- PHILIP W. WHITCOMB MEMORIAL ESSAY CONTEST
- CONSERVATION EDUCATION INTERNSHIP(S)
- UMKC DENTAL ~ “ADMISSIONS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM”
- NASA INTERNSHIPS
- SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
- WILDLIFE CONSERVATION PROJECTS FOR STUDENTS
- KAPLAN'S FREE PRACTICE TEST
- SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2013
- HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH CONFERENCE ~ SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
- UCS SCIENCE NETWORK ~ HIRING
Awards and Scholarships
Awards and Scholarships Application Deadline
Awards and Scholarships Application Deadline Date – 5 p.m., Mon., April 1, 2013 – See Below for More Information.
Premedical Society Meeting
Premedical Society Meetings:
Premedical Society Meetings: Wednesdays, 4/3 and 5/1, all at 5:30pm in 1005 Haworth.
Undergraduate Biology Graduation Recognition Ceremony 2013
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SPRING BIOLOGY AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
The following awards and scholarships are available; information/application materials online at: www.kuub.ku.edu “Awards & Scholarships” or can be picked up from the Undergraduate Biology Office in 2045 Haworth. Submit application materials and address questions to: Angela Gere, Undergraduate Biology, 2045 Haworth Hall, 864-5885 (AGere@ku.edu). Questions may also be addressed to Jen Weghorst, 2045 Haworth Hall, 864-5883 (email@example.com). Deadline for application materials: 5:00 pm, Mon., April 1, 2013.
LANCE S. FOSTER OUTSTANDING JUNIOR IN BIOLOGY AWARD—Past awards have ranged from $750 to $1,000. Eligibility: Any student majoring in biology (any degree offered by KU Undergraduate Biology) and having Junior status in the current semester. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) Letter written by the applicant describing past accomplishments, career goals, and the effect of receiving this award on achieving those goals; 3) Statement of intent to enroll at KU for the Fall 2013 semester and a tentative list of Fall 2013 courses (if not on the Advising Report); 4) Letter of recommendation with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 5) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
ROBERT TWEED HERSH MEMORIAL AWARD IN HUMAN BIOLOGY—Awarded to outstanding graduating senior in the Human Biology Program whose course of study exemplifies the interdisciplinary nature of the scientific study of humans, their origins, development, biology, and behavior. Past awards have been $750 to $1,000. Eligibility: Student’s program of study must demonstrate clearly the interdisciplinary intent of the Human Biology Program, with significant study in relevant areas of Anthropology, Biology, Human Development, Psychology, and other human-oriented sciences. Student must have an academic GPA of 3.5 in the major and 3.25 overall (be eligible to pursue graduation with honors), and must be seeking post-graduate education in his/her chosen field of interest. A statement must be submitted by the student that documents a formal or informal interest in the fine arts (theater, dance, graphic arts, music, etc.), noting the kind/extent of participation, active support, and/or active interest in one or more of these other creative human endeavors. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) Two-page essay written by the applicant addressing the above criteria; 3) Letter of recommendation with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 4) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
THE HOWIESON OPPORTUNITY FUND—Established to assist undergraduate students who wish to travel to off-campus research laboratories, field research sites, or academic/scientific conferences. Priority is given to applications which include active research and/or intent to present papers/posters. Eligibility: all undergraduate students conducting research in the biological sciences at KU. Monies from fund are not designed to cover all of the costs associated with travel, etc., but to serve in conjunction with other resources. Proposals requesting up to $500 will be considered; however, final determinations will be based on the quality/quantity of submissions and documented need. To apply, submit: 1) Howieson Opportunity Fund Application Form: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) One-page description of your plans for the grant, including a budget statement with an estimate of your total expenses (e.g., registration fee, airfare or mileage, meals, lodging); 3) Letter from a faculty sponsor supporting your use of this particular grant with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 4) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
IDA H. HYDE SCHOLARSHIP FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE TO STUDY IN A NON-KU RESEARCH LAB—Award for an advanced (upper-division undergraduate or graduate) woman student in biology to provide an opportunity “…to study in the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, or any other marine laboratory, or any biological, chemical or physical research laboratory, offering environment and advantages different from those found in the University of Kansas….” Past awards have ranged from $500 to $3,000. Eligibility: An upper-division undergraduate or graduate woman student in biology. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) Letter written by the applicant outlining past accomplishments, a brief description of the research objectives, the study location, and a description of the benefits to be derived from the opportunity to study elsewhere; 3) Letter of recommendation with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 4) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
PAULINE KIMBALL PRIZE FOR AN OUTSTANDING WOMAN SENIOR IN BIOLOGY—Past awards have ranged from $250 to $325. Eligibility: Graduating senior women in biology (any degree offered by KU Undergraduate Biology) planning to pursue graduate work. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) Letter written by applicant outlining past accomplishments and future promise as a scientist, as well as an indication of immediate plans for pursuing graduate study; 3) Letter of recommendation with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 4) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
JENNA ROBINSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP—Past scholarships have been around $750. Eligibility: Any freshman, sophomore, or junior student in biology at KU who is pursuing a career in cell biology, physiology, or a related field and who has documented financial need (through FAFSA; intl students through ISNA) is eligible. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) One-page summary of past accomplishments and career aspirations; 3) One-paragraph statement of need indicating how this scholarship will aid the student in pursuing his/her career goals; 4) Letter of recommendation from a faculty member with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 5) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
UNDERGRADUATE BIOLOGY PROGRAM OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN BIOLOGY AWARD—Past awards have been $100 to $250. Eligibility: Any student majoring in biology (any degree offered by KU Undergraduate Biology) who will graduate in May 2013. To apply, submit: 1) Application Form for Awards & Scholarships: available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall; 2) Letter written by the applicant describing past accomplishments and career goals; letter must include a statement indicating future plans for study or work in biology; 3) Letter of recommendation with waiver form (waiver available at www.kuub.ku.edu and in 2045 Haworth Hall); 4) Advising Report (access this through your Kyou Advising Portal, click on "Print Advising Report")
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Field Biology in Amazonian Peru ~ SUMMER STUDY ABROAD
Explore museum curation in Kansas and Peru
- Study the rainforest habitat and collect data in an insect inventory
- Planned excursions in Lima and Cusco
- *Program Dates / June 7-June 21, 2013 plus required pre- and post-departure meetings on KU campus
- *Credit / 3 credit hours*Program Leader / Assistant Professor & Assistant Curator Caroline Chaboo
- *Application Deadline / February (Tentative-check www.studyabroad.ku.edu for updated information)
- *Eligibility / Open to all students and a minimum 2.5 GPA and an interest in tropical forests.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS & CREDIT
Students are required to participate fully in pre- and post-departure meetings. Before the program, students will attend several meetings, lectures, and fieldwork at the University of Kansas Field Station in Lawrence.
- All students will earn 3 credits in BIOL 418/701: Topics in: Field Biology in Amazonian Peru.
- Field clothes, physical fitness, and an eagerness to learn about tropical forests is required.
- Past participants worked closely with Dr. Chaboo to develop research proposals to conduct in Peru. The proposals were submitted to competitive grants at KU. Since deadlines for these grants are in March, interested students must contact Dr. Chaboo in January-early February to discuss and plan for these submissions. Grant money will reduce student expenses. Students with questions should contact Dr. Chaboo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply online at www.studyabroad.ku.edu when the application cycle opens.
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The Program in Entomology, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas proudly announces the George Gould Undergraduate Research Award in Entomology. Three research awards of at least $2,500 available to undergraduate students interested in pursuing research with an entomological focus. Applicants will be required to have a faculty sponsor in the Entomology Program and submit an application outlining their research objectives. Any full time undergraduate student interested in entomological research is eligible and is encouraged to apply.
Deadline for application submission is MARCH 25, 2013
Awardees will be notified on or before April 10, 2013
Dr. George E. Gould was graduated from the University of Kansas in 1929 with a degree in Entomology and was generous enough to bequeath funds from his estate to support KU undergraduate students interested in studying entomology.
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STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES ~ Pathways Internship Program ~ US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Positions available- Pathways Student Intern (Park Ranger) Locations- Clinton Lake and Perry Lake, KS
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/338404600 The Job Announcement Number is :WTGH13447760845717P
When and Where to Apply : For upcoming announcements visit www.usajobs.gov to apply. If you do not have a current USAJOBS account you will need to create one and upload your resume and transcripts at that time. Once your account is created you are ready to apply for the vacancy.
The Department of the Army Pathways Internship Program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work in the Department of Army and explore Federal careers while still in school and while getting paid for the work performed.
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The Dannon Company Announces Second Yogurt and Probiotics Fellowship Program
Scholarship Will Aid Winning Student’s Academic Exploration in the Field of Yogurt and Probiotics
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Dannon Company announced today the launch and expansion of the second Dannon Yogurt and Probiotics Fellowship Program to promote the education of a student who shows a strong interest in the research of nutritional and functional benefits of yogurt and probiotics. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural program, the company will award a scholarship of $25,000 to an incoming or current graduate student.
“The Dannon Company is thrilled with the success of last year’s Fellowship Program,” said Dr. Miguel Freitas, Director of Health Affairs at The Dannon Company. “This year, we’ve expanded the program to include a focus on the nutritional benefits of yogurt, which will encourage applications from a broader group and facilitate research and education on nutrition and yogurt in addition to probiotics. The expansion of the Fellowship Program is aligned with Dannon’s focus as a leader in the Yogurt and Probiotics category, and we are proud to support the future generations of researchers and scientists in this evolving and exciting field.”
“Research continues to show the benefits of yogurt, which can contain probiotics and deliver important nutrients including protein, calcium and vitamin D,” said Keri Glassman, nationally recognized dietitian, founder and president of Nutritious Life, and one of the jury members that will award this year’s fellowship. “The Dannon Probiotics and Yogurt Fellow Program provides an invaluable opportunity for students to further that research and demonstrates Dannon’s commitment to advancing the science of yogurt and probiotics.”
Last year’s fellowship was awarded to Nicholas Bokulich from the University of California, Davis, who used the scholarship to further his interest and studies on the use of foods as a delivery vector for beneficial bacteria in the human diet.
Scholarship applications are currently being accepted, and must be submitted by April 15, 2013 to be considered. The winning applicant will be determined by a cross-functional panel of experts specializing in the field of yogurt, probiotics, and nutrition. The application and full scholarship details are available at www.dannon.com/fellowship.
About the Dannon Probiotics and Yogurt Fellow Program
To qualify for the Dannon Probiotics and Yogurt Fellow Program, individuals must be currently enrolled in or applying to a full-time graduate program. Only incoming or current graduate students will be considered. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, show proof of US residence and be able to utilize the scholarship funds for the 2013-2014 academic year at an accredited U.S. institution. Applicants will be required to submit an application package, including but not limited to a personal essay, recommendations from two professors, and proof of good academic standing. The application and full scholarship details are available at www.dannon.com/fellowship.
One winner will be selected by an expert judging panel. The Dannon Company will not provide the scholarship recipient a check, but will instead work directly with the individual’s graduate school finance department to credit $25,000 either for tuition, or research related projects or as otherwise allocated at The Dannon Company’s discretion.
Edelman, for Dannon
Blair Benjamin, 212-704-8268
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The Tatoosh School is an independent, university-level field school with seasonal offices in Portland, Oregon and classrooms in the towns, oceans, and forests of Alaska’s Inside Passage. It is the school’s mission to foster first-hand learning about the ecology and environmental policy of southern Southeast Alaska.
Rigorous academics focus on the development of a sense of place and passion for civic engagement, and a sound knowledge of the Pacific coastal rainforest. Students earn 12 units of credit and leave empowered to explore their surroundings with wide-eyed curiosity and to reach out as active and informed citizens.
Traveling by sea kayak through the islands that make up Southeast’s Alexander Archipelago provides students with the opportunity to build outdoor leadership and technical skills. Lectures and assignments delve into topics ranging from island biogeography to contemporary timber management. Innovative curricula teach scientific curiosity and civic engagement in ways that students can take home and practice, building a six-week field course into a lifelong passion for wild learning.
Tatoosh School students become field scientists by participating in several established long-term ecological research programs together with our partners. These exciting projects provide students the opportunity to apply their understandings of Southeast’s dynamic terrestrial, riparian, and nearshore marine ecosystems while contributing to a valuable body of scientific data that is, in turn, used to inform management decisions across the region.
Course I - June 19 through July 29, 2013
Course II - August 2 through September 11, 2013
Academic Course Descriptions (offered concurrently during both 6-week expeditions):
Natural History & Ecology of Southeast Alaska (6 units)
Southeast Alaska encompasses the Alexander Archipelago - composed of more than 5,000 islands - and a narrow strip of mountainous mainland, split by glacial fiords and major river systems. The land is home to an array of plant and animal life, and is considered the front lines of study in island biogeography. This course explores the natural environment from the nearshore intertidal zone to the high alpine, examining the adaptations and relationships of organisms to their environments over time and space.
Politics of Place: Southeast Alaska (6 units)
This course explores the political landscape of Southeast Alaska and covers a wide range of topics including land ownership, public and private land management, conservation strategies, local and regional economies, Alaska Native cultures, land settlements, corporate structures and current resource management issues. It focuses on the evolution of social and legal structures and how those structures guide current decision-making. Inquiry and reason are applied to real-life challenges, and students engage with citizens and policymakers to consider solutions.
Learn more and apply at http://tatooshschool.org
Questions? Contact the School (email@example.com)
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Or Call us at 503.347.2599
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KU Undergraduates are invited to submit essays (limit 3,000 words) on any topic of broad public concern and dealing with the relations between knowledge, thought and action.
Sponsored by the University Honors Program.
Submit your essay online at - www.honors.ku.edu/scholarships
Submission Deadline: Friday, April 26, 2013 by 4:00 pm.
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Adventure Camp Summer Intern Position (Unpaid)
If you are currently pursuing an education or science degree and love working with kids, the Topeka Zoo is offering a truly exciting and unique summer internship with our Adventure Camp Program. Interns will have the opportunity to get their feet wet in environmental and conservation education by utilizing the zoo as an active, living classroom. During a 2 week training period, interns will learn how to give presentations, lead hands-on activities and complete a course on animal handling. Reflective of the Topeka Zoo’s small size, our program is flexible, offering many opportunities to personalize your experience. Did we mention, this could be an impressive resume booster?
Candidates must have completed one year of a college degree program in education, biology, animal science, zoology, or other related field. Candidates must also have excellent communication skills, enjoy working with children, and the ability to work in a team environment. We ask you to be self-motivated, reliable, prompt and able to work in all weather conditions. A negative TB test must also be provided. Internships are unpaid, require 35-40 hours per week, and a 9 week commitment beginning May 20th and ending July 19th. Dates are slightly flexible. Unfortunately, no housing is provided. 3 week extensions are possible. For questions, please see contact information below.
To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references (or 2 letters of recommendation) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DUE by April 1st.
You can also send it by snail mail to:
Rachel Kilian, EDU Intern Program
635 Gage Blvd.
Topeka, KS 66606
To contact the education department by phone, please call 785.368.9137.
The “Admissions Enhancement Program” is designed to provide students with the opportunity to enhance the strength of their application for entrance into the UMKC School of Dentistry. Participants will go through an 8-week hybrid program with both on-site training at the UMKC School of Dentistry and on-line courses delivered to their home location. The program is designed to strengthen a student’s academic skills, science and math foundations, as well as knowledge of the dental profession. Details about the program are as follow:
· When: June 3, 2013 thru August 2, 2013
· Where: June 3-7 and July 31- Aug 2, 2013 on-site at the UMKC School of Dentistry, Kansas City, MO. June 10-Aug 2, 2013 will be delivered via an on-line classroom environment that you attend at your home location.
· Who: Priority participation in the program will be given to students from historically underrepresented minority or disadvantaged backgrounds. It is strongly encouraged that students have completed 90 hours of college credit at the time of entry into the AEP program and completed courses in college algebra, biology, chemistry, and organic chemistry. First-time applicants or re-applicants for the 2013-2014 ADEA AADSAS dental application cycle are encouraged to apply.
· Cost: Thanks to the support from the UMKC School of Dentistry and the “Caring for Missourians” Missouri Legislative initiative, we are able to initially provide this program at no cost to a limited number of participants.
· Application Receipt Deadline: Monday, April 1, 2013
Additional details and the application for the program may be found at http://dentistry.umkc.edu/Future_Students/aepprogram.shtml.
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NASA offers hundreds of paid summer internships for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students in a variety of disciplines from engineering and science to technology, business, and finance.
Click the link below to complete your base application and apply for up to 15 different internship opportunities with a single application. The deadline is March 15th!
For tips on applying, check out the following video:
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For More information about Summer Opportunities previously listed in the Biology News see: http://www.kuub.ku.edu/announcements/documents/Summer_2013/
- Danta 2013 Field Courses in Tropical Biology & Conservation
- Study Abroad in Africa
- Coastal Marine Education & Research Academy (CMERA)
- SCA ~ Expense-Paid Internships
- GLASS ~ Prepare to do Fieldwork Abroad
- Biotechnology and Russian
- Volunteer Programs ~ Sub-Saharan Africa
- Summer Study Abroad ~ Amazonian Peru
- Summer Research Program ~ REU Nebraska
- Internship/Independent Study Abroad ~ Panama
- University of Texas Southwestern ~ Research Fellowships
- University of Iowa ~ REU in Microbiology
- Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP)
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African Conservation Experience organize placements at conservation projects in southern Africa for students from all over the world. We are the most experienced organization in our field, having been in operation for over ten years.
The projects vary in their focus from wildlife rehabilitation to veterinary work, field research and marine conservation. Students can join these projects for a duration of 2-12 weeks during which time they will work alongside experienced vets, researchers and conservationists. The students’ involvement varies at each project. In general, work undertaken by participants may cover some of the following:
- Baseline ecology studies in national parks and reserves
- Monitoring animal behaviour and populations
- Animal care in wildlife rehabilitation centres
- Dolphin, whale, seal and turtle population studies
- Wildlife veterinary work experience alongside experienced vets
- Game ranger and wildlife tracking courses
"Wildlife Conservation and Management" projects would offer particularly relevant opportunities to gain field research experience.
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FREE Practice [GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, and PCAT]
Live From Anywhere! Find the perfect date and time at www.kaptest.com/practice OR register through this link- bit.ly/KUNPTSPRING2013
Kaplan is holding a FREE Practice Test for the [GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, or PCAT]. This semester we’re making the event more convenient than ever. How about taking your exam from home, the library, a coffee shop, or even an open computer lab on campus? Then take your practice test live and online in our Classroom Anywhere environment, available from anywhere you have internet access.
As space is limited, this event does require pre-registration. However, a number of seats have been reserved for Kansas and Missouri students. To register for this free event, fill out the following web form: bit.ly/KUNPTSPRING2013. Once registered, you will receive unique log-in information that you will use to enter Kaplan’s virtual classroom and begin the exam.
Each test will last up to 4 hours and will be proctored like an actual exam. Immediately following the exam, you will be able to receive your score report, with full comprehensive feedback on your individual performance.
This is a great opportunity for you to see how you might score on the real thing, and also to become familiar with the kinds of questions that will be on the real test. For most Alumni/students, this exam will be a more realistic test-taking experience as you can practice in the format that mirrors most graduate school exams.
For additional information, visit us at www.kaptest.com/practice or call one of Kaplan’s test experts at 1-800-KAP-TEST. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in going to [business, grad, law, med, dental, optometry, or pharmacy] school in the next few years!
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The faculty of the Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics at the University of Kansas Medical Center is pleased to announce the availability of basic research internships for the summer of 2013 (June 3 - August 9). Undergraduate students (international students with a valid visa also qualify) accepted into the program will perform basic research in Pharmacology or Toxicology in the Department or in the affiliated Centers for Cancer, Environmental and Occupational Health, and the Smith Mental Retardation & Human Development, while studying interactions between biological systems and chemical agents. Each student will work in the laboratory of an individual member of the faculty. The program also includes weekly discussion sessions with faculty members and current Pharmacology or Toxicology graduate students on selected topics in Pharmacology and Toxicology.
Aside from gaining experience in basic biomedical research and being introduced to the disciplines of Pharmacology and Toxicology and presenting data in a typical graduate student seminar setting, each summer intern will receive a $3,000 stipend (does not include room and board) throughout the 10-week program, following the KU Medical Center payroll schedule.
The most competitive applications are those from students interested in graduate study and currently majoring in Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacy or related disciplines who are completing their sophomore or junior years in college.
Deadline for application: March 15th, 2013
For information on how to apply, go to: http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/pharmacology-toxicology-and-therapeutics/summer-internship.html
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Harvard's School of Public Health is hosting a conference in Chicago called
AMERICA’S NEXT TOP INFECTIOUS DISEASE MODEL: HIV & INFLUENZA.
It is a networking conference and registration is free.
Professors from the top 10 public health schools will be there: John Hopkins, Columbia, Harvard, Chicago...
They are offering a scholarship that pays for free room/travel. Scholarship application can be found at:
Due date is March 25, 2013.
Work for UCS
The UCS Clean Vehicles Program and Tropical Forest and Climate Initiative are seeking new expert staff members.
View the Job Descriptions