Please share three exciting research opportunities with your students:
In/Between Conference – Undergraduate Research Poster Session – apply by February 3rd.
Students of all related majors and minors are invited to participate in the annual Undergraduate Research Poster Session that takes place in conjunction with the In/Between conference in the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics. The top three presentations will win awards in the amount of $50, $100, and $150. If you have recently or are currently engaged in a research project, please consider participating by designing a poster and preparing a 5-minute summary of your work (and preparing to be asked conversational questions). Just send the title of your research project and a 150-200 word description (abstract) of it by Friday, February 3, 5 pm.
The poster session will take place on Thursday, March 9 at 10 am. If you have a class conflict at that hour, we will be happy to contact your instructor to request an excused absence so that you may participate.
For more information, contact Professor McClure firstname.lastname@example.org
ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows Program – apply by February 15th.
The ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows Program seeks undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students with an interest in health and health care to participate in a paid full-time summer research and enrichment experience in Chicago.
About the Research Fellows Program
The ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows Program is a comprehensive learning experience for students who are planning to apply to graduate or medical school. This program is focused on the development of academic, technical, and professional skills in preparation for careers in social, behavioral, and biomedical research and in healthcare. ChicagoCHEC Research Fellows will spend the summer in seminars and research rotations learning from leading researchers.
February 15, 2017 at 11:59 PM CST
June 19, 2017 – August 11, 2017 (8 Weeks)
More Information/ How to Apply
Please visit the ChicagoCHEC website for eligibility and application instructions.
UIC-HPN Research Training and Career Development Program – apply by February 3rd.
The University of Illinois at Chicago Health Professions Navigator Program (UIC-HPN) is now accepting applications for the Research Training and Career Development Program (RTCP), a program intended for highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. RTCP will help familiarize students with research and practice opportunities by pairing them with a mentor, or placing them in a practice site.
If you are an undergraduate or graduate student (from any college or university), and have an interest in pursuing a career within the health professions, you are eligible to apply! Please note that this is not a residential program. If accepted into the program, you will be responsible for your own housing. RTCP is 8 weeks long and concludes with an end of program poster presentation that family and friends are welcome to attend to learn more about your summer work!
For more details on the RTCP, eligibility, program dates, or to apply, please click the link below or view the attached flyer.
Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to gain research or internship experience! Download the flyer!