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Delaware INBRE Research Symposium

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  $17 Million over 5 years: March 2009 to February 2014   Delaware IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE)   The Delaware INBRE External Advisory Board   invites you to attend the  2011 Delaware INBRE Research Symposium Thursday, April 28, 2011 Multipurpose Rm B, MLK Student Center Delaware State University, Main Campus The Delaware INBRE is a network of Delaware institutions working towards the common goal of furthering statewide development of biomedical research capacity in Delaware. Funded by the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) at the NIH, and the State of Delaware, the partnering institutions -  University of Delaware, Delaware State University, Christiana Care, Nemours/A.I. duPont  Hospital for Children, Wesley College and Delaware Technical & Community College - coordinate multi-disciplinary basic and clinical research and education projects, specifically focusing on cancer, cardiovascular and neuroscience research. This year, Delaware State University will host the Delaware INBRE Research Symposium on Thursday, April 28, 2011. Proceedings will take place in the MLK Student Center, Multipurpose Rms A, B and C, from 12 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., and will feature: Noon poster presentations Talks on research developments by DE INBRE researchers on cancer and neuroscience research Keynote speaker from the NIH Networking opportunities with biomedical science researchers from the Delaware Valley Two (2) break-out panel discussions to choose from (mandatory session for INBRE researchers or informational session for prospective new research PIs) Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and beverages  *A special (pre-poster session) panel discussion will be held for DSU faculty interested in preparing successful proposals to the MBRS program.  Registration is free but space is limited. Sign up today. Attendee Registration (Non-presenters) Click here Presenter Application Click here  AGENDA Back to College Home Page ©2011 CMNST Last updated 3/14/2011

Student Internship, Fellowship Opportunities

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FEATURED PROGRAM

SPIE Student Chapter at DSU - Summer 2014, DSU brought this national organization to the campus. Opportunities for internships, scholarships, and professional development for UG and graduate students (M.S. and Ph.D.) in the field of optics research. Visit the website for more information.

 

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Pursuing careers in the science and technology fields requires much preparation, not only academically, i.e., in the classroom, but also outside of the classroom. Equally important to student academics is: acquiring practical experience - gaining lab experience while engaging in research projects, and summer internships; securing funding for educational pursuits - applying to fellowships and scholarships; and  availing one's self to professional development opportunities - attending conferences, symposia, and meetings, and holding memberships in professional associations in his or her intended discipline. Download a copy of the 2013 - 2014 CMNST Scholarships and Support Programs Guide/Application here.   Listed below are just a few of our recurring internship and scholarship opportunities for DSU students majoring in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering. We endeavor to keep our resources updated on a semi-regular basis, however, additional resources may be available by contacting your department chairperson, referring to department bulletin boards and receiving email notifications. Program  Website Program Contact Program Dates Deadline Majors/Discipline Interests OSCAR Summer 2014 Research Internship - Students spend 8 wks in the lab, receive stipends of $3,000, plus room & board. (Open to US citizens or permanent residents.)   OSCAR website Download flyer & application Mrs. Jackie Jones, jjones@desu.edu June 2 - July 25, 2014 March 7, 2014 Physics, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science Special interests: Atomic & Molecular Optics; Optical Solitons; Data Mining; Astrobiology; Laser Spectroscopy; Biophotonics; Laser Gyroscope; Biomedical Imaging HBCU-UP SMILE Research Program - Paid research opportunities available to STEM majors interested in gaining research experience. Stipend varies.   SMILE website Dr. Tomasz Smolinski, contact tsmolinski@desu.edu Fall and Spring semesters Contact program coordinator, mvela@desu.edu STEM majors (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Computer and Information Sciences) and select Agriculture majors  DSU IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence - Biomedical research-related majors may apply to gain valuable research experiences with faculty researchers in related topics of interest. Stipends available.   DSU INBRE website Download pdf Dr. Eric B. Kmiec, Director; Ms. Lizette Camacho, contact lcamacho@desu.edu  Fall, Spring and Summer semesters (as available) For fall, Sept. 12, 2014 Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences Also, Agricultural Sciences MARC U*STAR Program - Rising juniors and seniors pursuing Ph.D. and MD/Ph.D. degrees in biomedical sciences may apply to this research training program.    MARC U*STAR website Download pdf Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, Director; Ms. Chanequa Watson, contact chwatson@desu.edu Fall, Spring and Summer semesters Beginning Summer 2014, now accepting applications Biomedical related sciences (refer to website for details) RISE-Scholar Program - Freshmen or sophomores may apply, majoring in STEM, or agriculture science degrees.   MBRS RISE website Download pdf Dr. Cynthia van Golen, cvangolen@desu.edu Fall, Spring and Summer semesters Rolling submission dates Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences and Agricultural Sciences R&D Summer Intern Program at Dow AgroSciences - Open to all level students pursuing Bachelors, Masters or Doctorate, this paid internship program requires a commitment to relocate to Dow AgroSciences headquarters area (in Indiana) between months of May and August. Program website Download flier Program admin: Karen Richardson, felntrn@dow.com May through August Now accepting applications through Nov. 1, 2014; apply online here Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science (informatics) and Agriculture-related disciplines, including biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, microbiology, plant breeding, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, surface chemistry, engineering (chemical, biological, material, or optical) and informatics (bio and chem)      Link to External Internship Opportunities for: Undergraduates Post doctoral opportunities NASA-supported internships, fellowships and scholarships Graduate school financial support programs (NSF)     Back to College Homepage (c) Copyright 2014 DSU CMNST, Dover, Delaware 19901. All rights reserved.  

RISE-Scholars Program

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  Program Overview DSU’s MBRS RISE-Scholar program provides research training and financial support to students majoring in science or mathematics who are interested in pursuing a career in biomedical science. Academically-promising students selected as RISE-scholars will be awarded $2400 per semester and will be partnered with a faculty member to carry out a research project during the academic year and participate in a paid summer internship. RISE Scholars will become part of a family of research-active faculty, students and graduate students.   RISE-Scholars meet weekly with their research mentors and dedicate 10 to 15 hours per week to their research project. RISE-Scholars must also attend a weekly “Introduction to Laboratory Research” class and complete weekly assignments. During the summer,   RISE-Scholars participate in a 9-week, paid research internship either at DSU or another partnering University.   Selection Criteria & Process    RISE-Scholars must: Be freshmen or sophomores at DSU in fall 2010 Major in science, mathematics or agricultural science Have a high school or college GPA > 3.0 Maintain a GPA > 2.8 while in the program   Submit completed applications to:   Dr. Cynthia van Golen, Program Director Delaware State University Science Center South 120 1200 N. Dupont Hwy Dover, DE 19901   Phone: 302-857-7463 Email: cvangolen@desu.edu  Back to College Homepage
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Funded by the National Institutes of Health

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Program Features


  • $2,400 stipend per semester for research in biomedical field

  • involved faculty research mentoring

  • paid summer research internship

  • opportunities to present

  • weekly, specialized laboratory-training classes

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