The UW Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards advisers also offer individual advising for undergrads throughout the scholarship search and application process. Learn more and request an advising appointment on our website: http://expd.uw.edu/scholarships/.
Friday Harbor Labs Info Session: Spring/Summer Quarter 2017
Spend spring or summer quarter studying at the UW’s marine field station in the San Juan Islands. Get started by attending the following info session:
INFO SESSION: Spring and Summer Quarter at Friday Harbor
- When: Tuesday 1/17, 10:30 – 11:30 AM
- Where: Marine Sciences Building Room 123
- RSVP: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jkob/320432
Learn more about what spending a quarter studying full time in the San Juan Islands can mean for you. Courses are available for students starting their exploration of marine biology up to senior undergraduates. Meet some of our teaching faculty and learn how to apply and fund your quarter at ‘FHL’.
Why Study at Friday Harbor Labs?
- Explore the marine environment of the Salish Sea where your classroom is a marine preserve, and the boats are just steps away from your dorm.
- Fall courses for students at all levels and majors: intro marine biology, creative writing, environmental literature, and oceanography are just some of the topics.
- Get to know your teachers with class sizes frequently less than 20 students.
- UW Marine Biology Adviser: Joe Kobayashi: email@example.com
- Friday Harbor Labs Adviser: Stacy Markman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Courses may be applied to a Minor in Marine Biology. Check with your major adviser to see if they can apply to your major.
Application deadline for spring quarter is February 1.
The Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) is a 10-week residential summer program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health (UM-SPH) that encourages underrepresented college students to consider careers in public health. The FPHLP begins in May 22, 2017 and runs through July 28, 2017. The program includes:
3-day orientation at the CDC
Orientation to the UM-SPH
Field experience & hands on learning
Mentoring about public health & graduate school application process
FPHLP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Office of Director, Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) and is part of the CDC Undergraduate Public Health Scholars (CUPS) program.
2017 SUMMER RESEARCH TRAINEE PROGRAM DEADLINE REMINDER
The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) is accepting applications for the 2017 Summer Research Trainee Program (SRTP).
Application Deadline: Monday, January 23, 2017
Click here to apply: 2017 SRTP Application
2017 Summer Research Trainee Program
The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Diversity and Inclusion runs the Summer Research Trainee Program (SRTP). Founded in 1992, SRTP attracts college and medical students from around the nation to MGH. The goal of this program is to inspire students who are underrepresented in medicine (URM)* to consider careers in academic medicine by immersing them in cutting-edge research opportunities. Twenty students, selected from a nationwide competition, join SRTP each summer. Each student is assigned to a specific MGH laboratory, clinical site, health policy, or health services research area where they undertake an original research project under the mentorship and guidance of an MGH investigator. Assignments are carefully considered and are made with the student’s research and career interests in mind. In addition to this unique research experience, students participate in weekly didactic seminars and career mentoring sessions, and have opportunities for clinical shadowing at MGH.
SRTP is a mandatory nine week program, running from Monday, June 5 to Thursday, August 3, 2017. Students are paired with an MGH faculty preceptor who provides guidance and mentorship in a new or ongoing research project. Students are expected to:
- Attend a full day orientation on Monday, June 5, 2017
- Prepare an abstract of the research project
- Prepare an oral presentation of their work at the completion of the program
- Attend mandatory, weekly didactic seminars and career mentoring sessions
- Complete all program, hospital and occupational health requirements (e.g. vaccination)
Once accepted, SRTP provides the following support during the eight week period of the program:
- Housing near hospital ($3,500 value)
- Living stipend of $4,000 for food and other necessities
- Travel grants based on demonstrated need (FAFSA required)
- Meals provided at all didactic sessions
SRTP is open to students who meet the following criteria:
- underrepresented in medicine (URM)*
- undergraduate junior or senior, rising 1st year medical student, or 1st year medical student, graduate school student, or post-baccalaureate student (note: freshman and sophomores not eligible)
- attended/attending a college or medical school in the US and Puerto Rico
- US citizens or permanent residents
- If accepted, proof of health insurance will be required
The deadline for completed applications (2017 SRTP Application, as well as supporting materials) is
5:00 pm on Monday, January 23, 2017.
No exceptions will be allowed. Please complete the 2017 SRTP Application and submit supporting materials following the instructions in Parts I and II below.
A complete application must include:
Part I: 2017 SRTP Application. You must upload the following items with this application:
- Personal Statement
- Supplemental Essay Question
A) 2017 SRTP Recommendation or Medical School Letter of Good Standing. You must use this link to submit:
- Two letters of recommendation
- Letter of Good Standing ONLY IF you are a medical student and your school does not provide transcripts
B) Official college, graduate, and/or medical school transcript(s). Online format is preferred, emailed to: SRTP.
Please visit the SRTP Website for more information on how to apply.
Important Dates to Remember:
|Application Available:||Monday, November 28, 2017|
|Application Deadline:||Monday, January 23, 2017|
|Decisions Made (tentative):||Thursday, March 2, 2017|
|Program Starts:||Monday, June 5, 2017|
|Program Ends:||Thursday, August 3, 2017|
All incomplete applications will not be considered. Allow enough mailing time for the materials to arrive before the deadline.
All required supporting documents must be received by Monday, January 23, 2017. It is your responsibility to ensure that they are received by this date in our office. Once we consider your application complete, you will receive a confirmation email from SRTP.
*Underrepresented in medicine (URM) for the purpose of this program are those individuals belonging to a particular ethnic or racial group which has been considered by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) to be underrepresented in biomedical research (relative to their numbers in the general population). These groups may include Latino/Hispanic, African-American/Black, American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaskan Natives, among others. Sources: AAMC, NIH and National Science Foundation
Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street, BUL 123 | Boston, MA 02114
Contact: Farrah Belizaire, Program Manager
E-mail: SRTP@mgh.harvard.edu | Tel: 617.724.3830 | Fax: 617.724.6591
Dr. Josephine Ensign, author of this year’s Health Sciences Common Book Catching Homelessness, will be hosting Writing Circles on three consecutive Wednesdays, followed by an Open Mike night. She wants to invite all students, staff, faculty and residents of TC3 to share in the theme of “Writing the Way Home.”
The first session will occur tomorrow 1/11 in the Allen Library Research Commons from 4-6pm.
Please contact email@example.com with questions regarding this event.
We are excited to share that the application for 2017 FIG Leader is now available (closes 1/23/17)!