Friday, March 4, 2016

Summer Scholarships for Women



Summer Scholarships for Women with Public Service and STEM Internships

The B.A. Rudolph Foundation is offering financial and professional support to women who have secured summer internships in public service in Washington, D.C. and STEM fields around the country.

The deadlines to apply for the stipends are March 1st for STEM internships, March 16th for graduate students, and March 30th for undergraduate students. 

For more information regarding deadlines and requirements for the scholarships, please visit
http://barudolphfoundation.org/

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

The Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation Offers Two 16-credit Programs


 The Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation

Front Royal, VA



Located at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, this opportunity is available for undergraduates and recent graduates interested in conservation. Two 16-credit programs are offered that provide various opportunities including:
  • Participating in field work and practicum experience
  • Networking possibilities with researchers from George Mason, the Smithsonian, and other affiliated scientists
  • Garnering an understanding of the issues related to conservation and an understanding of possible career paths
  • Residing in a Living and Learning Community among those with a passionate interest in conservation
  • Developing communication skills within the scientific community
Scholarships for this program are available.


Thursday, October 8, 2015

Teaching Fellows program - Baltimore, MD

tntpteachingfellows.org/baltimore

Baltimore City Teaching Residency recruits college graduates without a background in education to become effective teachers. In Baltimore we have a critical shortage of teachers, and we’ve historically had successful Fellows come from Elon University. We welcome applicants from various academic backgrounds and majors.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Cold Spring Harbor Labs

http://www.cshl.edu/Education/Undergraduate-Research.html


Undergraduate Research Program at Cold Spring Harbor Labs 

The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) at CSHL provides an opportunity for undergraduate scientists from around the world to conduct first-rate research.  Students learn the scientific process, technical methods and theoretical principles, and communicate their discoveries to other scientists.  Approximately 20 students come to CSHL each summer for the 10-week program, living and working in the exciting Laboratory environment.

URP participants work on a real research project in one of CSHL's expert labs.  Research at CSHL focuses on: 

   Molecular Biology & Cancer
   Genetics & Genomics
   Neuroscience
   Plant Biology
   Quantitative Biology

In addition to doing research in the lab, URP participants attend a series of specially designed workshops, seminars and collegial events.  Workshops focus on learning particular skills, such as Python programming, while seminars cover research topics, responsible conduct of research, and career development. At the URP Symposium at the end of each summer, students present their research to the entire CSHL community.

URP participants live and work among CSHL scientists. They are invited to all Laboratory social activities - including two exclusive dinners, one with CSHL President Bruce Stillman and one with Chancelor emeritus and Nobel Prize winner James Watson.  On weekends, students are free to explore nearby New York City or the sandy beaches of Long Island.

By the end of the summer, URP participants have first-hand experience of a career in scientific research

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Humpback Whale Field Intensive in Puerto Rico, USA



 

Humpback Whale Field Intensive in Puerto Rico, USA


The Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center (MCERC)  has posted two different programs for students interested in marine mammal science. These programs may serve as internships and are designed to be skill builders/resume builders.
Marine Mammal Field Techniques will have 3 week-long sessions
                          Thanksgiving week (in the USA)
                          January 2015, prior to spring semester classes (2 week-long sessions)
The Humpback Whale Field Intensive is running week-long sessions from January through April, 2016
 www.Marine-Eco.org
Please Note: Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the USA. Passports are not necessary for citizens of the USA, American currency is used, and most major US cell phone carriers will work without roaming charges. These programs are not considered "study abroad" by universities in the USA making it easier for travel.

Friday, September 11, 2015