Broad Cancer Genomic Scholars (BCGS- postbac) – broad.io/bcgs
An innovative, two-year program run jointly by the Broad Diversity, Education and Outreach Office and the Cancer Program, BCGS offers participants a comprehensive, structured and immersive experience that includes groundbreaking research and academic and career guidance. BCGS participants will carry out research as paid, full-time Associate Computational Biologists or Research Associates, working alongside leading scientists within the Broad Cancer Program.
Eligibility – seniors or recent graduates who majored in the biological, physical or computer sciences, engineering or mathematics, and are interested in pursuing a graduate degree (M.S., Ph.D., M.D./Ph.D.
Deadline: January 26, 2018
Broad Summer Research Program (BSRP) – broad.io/bsrp
The Broad Summer Research Program (BSRP) offers students with a demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in STEM disciplines the opportunity to conduct intensive research in a collaborative community. Students from groups that are underrepresented in the sciences are especially encouraged to apply.
BSRP participants spend the summer performing original computational or experimental-based research in labs across the Broad Institute’s research areas, from cancer to infectious disease to computational biology. In addition, the program features a rich curriculum outside the lab that emphasizes career development, personal development, and teamwork in a small cohort.
Deadline: January 8, 2018
There’s still time for college students to apply for a paid spring internship offered through the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP).
The Application Deadline is: Friday, October 27, 2017
Interns selected will be placed at a participating federal agency in Washington, D.C. or a field office nationwide. Download the HACU National Internship Program flyer here.
- HNIP is open to all majors. The spring program dates are January 11 – April 27, 2018.
- Round-trip airfare to intern location included.
- Housing arrangement assistance.
- Intern stipends are determined by academic level at the time of application.
- Professional development, social, and cultural activities.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).
- Undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution in the U.S. or Puerto Rico. Recent graduates are eligible for a limited number of internships.
- Completion of freshman year in college before the internship begins.
- Authorized or eligible to work by law in the United States.
During the month of October, we are also accepting resumes from students interested in a summer internship at a corporation. More>>
Richmond Tree Stewards will host a free tree care workshop, along with pruning and planting demonstrations and a tree walk, from 9-noon Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Round House, Byrd Park. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Whether you want to plant a tree, care for ones you already have or just find out how amazing trees are, come to the Tree Stewards’ Community Roots Arbor Day celebration. The speaker will be Janine Lester, who holds credentials as an ISA Certified Arborist Municipal Specialist®, ISA Board Certified Master Arborist® and has ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification.
Exciting Opportunity for Aspiring Biomedical Researchers
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of the largest Institutes at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is looking for science students with a passion to advance global health research in the 21st century for its Intramural NIAID Research Opportunities (INRO) program, held February 5–8, 2018, in Bethesda, Maryland.
About the Program
Selected INRO students visit NIAID to learn about the breadth of research we do in the areas of allergy, immunology, and infectious diseases from world-renowned scientists and interview for potential research training positions.
Who Can Apply
We are looking for dedicated science students interested in joining the NIAID research community. Candidates who are college-level seniors, medical school students, or doctoral candidates nearing their dissertation defense and from a population underrepresented in the biomedical sciences are eligible.
How You Can Help
You can help us find the best and brightest applicants for INRO 2018 by:
- Adding a link to the INRO program from your website.
- Printing the program flyer and posting it on a bulletin board.
- Forwarding this email to someone who you think might be a good candidate.
Find out more about INRO »
IMPORTANT: Students who were affected by one or more of the recent hurricanes and may have trouble submitting an application to INRO should contact email@example.com
Application and registration are free.
Key points about the symposium are as follows:
- Dates and venue – October 1-3, 2017, Emory Conference Center.
- Full travel scholarships available for students from underrepresented groups. Last year 60% of student attendees received full travel awards and another 10% received partial travel awards.
- Application deadline May 1st, 2017
- Students undergoing their first research experience this summer may apply to a second deadline of August 1st.
- For undergraduates, graduate students, and their mentors.
- Student research presentations, career development workshops and social events.
- Free application and registration.
Full information, including the schedule form our 2016 Symposium and a brochure for the 2017 Sysmposium, are on our website (http://www.gs.emory.edu/STEM
). Details of the conference are summarized below.
- A premier research conference for undergraduates interested in learning about PhD, MD/PhD or postbaccalaureate programs; graduate students contemplating postdoctoral training; and the advisors of these students.
- Two days of shared research presentations, networking and mentoring.
- Interactions with Emory research faculty mentors, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows.
- Round table discussion for faculty and program staff attendees with a group of Emory faculty.
Due to the success of the previous symposia and the restricted number of attendees, we expect competition for acceptance to be spirited. Only abstracts that report outcomes/results will be competitive. Up to ten students will be selected from the submitted abstracts to present a platform talk, andtheir advisors will also receive a travel award if necessary. All remaining student participants will be expected to present a poster on their research.
Mentors who write letters of reference for their students will be notified by e-mail whether or not the application was successful. At that time mentors will also receive information about how to register to attend with their students if they wish to do so. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and your students.
The 73rd Annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference will be held April 9-11, 2017 in Norfolk, Virginia at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott. Hosted by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, this year’s theme is: “Relevancy and Agility: The Rising Tide of Conservation.”
The program will consist of:
- Over 120 technical oral presentations
- Over 30 poster presentations
- 7 workshops
- 4 special symposia
- 1 plenary session
- Special student activities
- Social events
- And more! Review the program.
Planning to Attend?
If you’ve already registered, thanks for signing up! If you have not yet done so, full conference and one day only options are available. Rates increase after April 5; act now to save! Register to attend.
Overnight accommodations at the host hotel are beginning to sell out on some nights of the conference. A block of rooms is also available at the federal per diem rate of $91 (for those who are eligible) at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside, located one block from the Marriott. Learn more about lodging options.
About the Annual Conference
The annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference attracts over 500 natural resources professionals in the fields of wildlife biology, fisheries and fisheries management, information and education and law enforcement. The event provides opportunities for education, discussion, and exchanging of ideas. Highlights include: Plenary Session & Awards; student focused events; technical presentations; plenty of opportunities for networking and socializing.
NEAFWA | www.neafwa.org/conference
The HGSC-G/GREAT (Genetics/Genomics Research Education And Training) Summer Research Program is accepting applications! This is a research program designed to interest African Americans; Hispanic Americans; Native Americans; and Pacific Islanders in genetics/genomics careers. Our goal is to increase the number of these underrepresented groups with Ph.Ds in this field. We offer research projects in bioinformatics; molecular genetics; and engineering. We are beginning to offer more bioinformatics research opportunities to our program participants. Life science majors with an interest in coding or CS/engineering majors with programming backgrounds interested in medical research will be given priority.
Program eligibility: We accept undergraduate junior and seniors from the above mentioned groups. Students should also have a 3.0 GPA (or above) and major in one of the following: chemistry; biology; computer science; mechanical or electrical engineering to name a few. This internship is a paid; 9 week; residual program. Please see attached brochure for more program highlights.
Deadline: March 3rd
Debra Murray, Ph.D.
Director-Education & Minority Diversity Programs
Human Genome Sequencing Center
Molecular and Human Genetics
Baylor College of Medicine
One Baylor Plaza N1519
Houston, TX 77030
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