Summer Research Opportunities
Sponsor: University of California - UCSF
This program is for college students who are planning to earn a Ph.D in the health sciences by spending up to 10 weeks working with UCSF faculty members on research projects. At the end of the program they have to submit abstracts and give oral and poster presentations of their summer research.
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34th Anniversary Conference
Sponsor: American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)
The conference is to provide university level engineering and science majors a unique forum to meet and discuss career opportunities with African-American leaders, industry executives and government officials in various sectors of the energy field.
SMART (Summer Multicultural Access to Research and Training)
Sponsor: University of Colorado at Boulder
Program Date: TBA
Paid internships are available in areas of science, math, and engineering. All expenses are paid plus a stipend of $3000 is awarded.
SROP (Summer Research Opportunity Program)
Sponsor: University of California, Berkley
Date: June 5, 2011 – July 30, 2011
The Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) at the University of California, Berkeley, was established to promote access to graduate education among undergraduates who have been educationally or economically disadvantaged, and who may not have had exposure to the academic environment of a research university. The program offers internships in the humanities and in the biological, physical, and social sciences for sophomores, juniors, and seniors (not graduating in the spring semester/quarter, except UC Berkeley students).
CAMP (California Alliance for Minority Participatin in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering)
Sponsor: UC Campuses
Invest substantively in undergraduates, explore information and computer technologies, reinvigorate outreach efforts and community partnerships, build on Ucs preeminence as a center for scholarship and research, focus preparation for graduate school on faculty mentored laboratory research