What is Spit4Science?
- VCU-wide research project
- Goal: understand how genetic and environmental factors come together to influence a variety of health-related outcomes in the VCU undergraduate population
Why be involved?
- Be involved in recruitment, marketing, data collection and analysis, and other research activities
- Work in teams to develop research questions and analyze Spit for Science data
- Meet different faculty involved in the project
- Application only
- Three credits
- A-F grading system
- Students from all class, levels and majors are encouraged to apply
Questions? Please contact email@example.com
Apply via https://redcap.vcu.edu/surveys/?s=8NHWW8WR43
Applications due by Monday, October 29th at 5:00 PM.
The Society of Toxicology (SOT) would like you to know about SOT activities that give students the opportunity to learn more about toxicology. SOT provides undergraduate travel support and host a special program for undergraduates and non-SOT member advisers at the SOT Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, March 10–14, 2019. Please see the Undergraduate Programs Flyer for information about the conference and awards. The deadline for awards is October 19. For students with data to present, the Abstract Submission deadline is also October 19.
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 4–7, 2019, 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.
Find out more about INRO »
SFS is excited to announce the launch of a new program in Patagonia for Fall 2019!
The SFS Center for Climate Studies will be based in the iconic Patagonia region of southern Chile and will offer a Coastal Climate Change in Patagonia program during the fall and spring semesters. SFS students will take field excursions to some of the world’s most massive glaciers, visit the renowned Torres del Paine National Park, explore the rich biodiversity of the Straight of Magellan and fjords, glimpse the gaucho and baqueano way of life, as well as visit neighboring Argentina. There is no shortage of stunning landscapes and environmental challenges to examine in this one of a kind region.
This program will follow the SFS model offering 4 core courses plus the Directed Research course, totaling 18 credit hours.
- Language, Culture, and Society of Chile (2 credits)
- Patagonian Ecology (4 credits)
- Earth Systems and Climate Science (4 credits)
- Political and Social Dimensions of Conservation (4 credits)
- Directed Research (4 credits)
SFS will begin accepting applications for this program this coming fall. More information about this new program will be added to the SFS website this summer. Stay tuned!