Biol 350: Guided Biological Research
A new course designed to introduce students to hands-on research early in their career.
Sapphire Energy, Las Cruces, NM
Fort Worth Zoo Conservation Expedition- Travel to the British Virgin Islands to help the Anegada iguana (Cyclura pinguis)
The Fort Worth Zoo is seeking participants to provide support for its Anegada iguana conservation project. All participants will play a direct role in conservation research and gain valuable skills in field methods.
Session 1: May 17-25
Session 2: May 26-June 3
Session 3: July 12-20
Session 4: July 21-29
Cost: $1,450 for one person (flight and cab fares not included).
Sepela Field Programs
will be offering four field courses this year:
- Field Photography
- Animal-Plant Interactions
- Primate Veterinary Care
- Field Primatology
Summer or Postbaccalaureate Research Program at The Genome Institute at Washington University
Sensing and Signaling in Biological Systems- University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Department of Biochemistry and Cellular Molecular Biology
The BCMB Department at UT-Knoxville will once again offer a special REU program for undergraduates interested in hands-on scientific research experience. The broad focus is on Sensing and Signaling in Biological Systems. The team of REU faculty represent multiple modern scientific disciplines including cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, physical chemistry, and computational biology.
We especially encourage rising sophomores and rising junior undergraduate science majors to apply.
Underrepresented minorities, women, and first generation college students are also strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants must be a US citizen or a permanent resident.
More information and on-line applications are available at our web site, http://bcmb.utk.edu/undergraduate-studies/reu/
Undergraduate Research in Evolution and Systematics at AMNH (American Museum of National History)
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program, funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, offers paid summer internships for qualified undergraduate students to conduct research projects with AMNH scientists in evolutionary biology and systematics, linked to specific individual research projects. Included in the program are a general orientation to the Museum and a series of weekly meetings at which students discuss their research, present informal progress reports, and participate in discussions and seminars as well as graduate and research career opportunities. At the conclusion of the internships, students deliver oral presentations of their work and prepare publication quality research papers. Successful applicants will receive a stipend and dormitory housing on a nearby university campus, or an equivalent housing stipend, will be provided together with a subsistence allowance. Based on need, travel costs to and from New York City are also covered.
Boren Scholarships and Fellowships provide funding for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to study world regions critical to U.S. interests (including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East). The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded.
Maximum awards are $20,000 for the Boren Scholarships (for undergraduates) and $30,000 for the Boren Fellowships (for graduate students). In exchange for funding, recipients commit to working in the federal government for a minimum of one year. Additional information on preferred geographic regions, languages, fields of study and application procedures can be found at www.borenaward.org
NIH IRTA (for undergrads at graduation)
No deadline but sooner is better
Health Communications Internship program (all levels)
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