[Undergrads] ACS-SA 14th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium TOMORROW, May 21st from 3:00-6:00 PM

ACS-SA would like to personally invite you to the 14th Annual Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium TOMORROW, Thursday, May 21st from 3:00-6:00 PM via Zoom. This annual event is the key platform for undergraduate researchers in the chemical sciences to present their work to our academic community at UC San Diego.

3:00 – 4:00PM – Poster Presentations

Poster presentations will be conducted via Zoom, beginning at 3PM. Individual Zoom links can be found in the attached booklet. Faculty and students (grad and undergrad) are welcome to attend any session and questions are encouraged!

5:00 – 6:00PM – Live Keynote and Award Ceremony

During this hour, we are honored to have Dr. Jeremy Klosterman deliver his keynote speech. We are also excited to have Dr. Stacey Brydges announce the winners of the Mayer, Kamen, Urey, and research poster awards. Please join us for this exciting event!


The ceremony will begin at 5PM, via Zoom: https://ucsd.zoom.us/j/98570726125.

For more information, please refer to the attached booklet and informational flyer.

Thank you for supporting the research efforts of our undergraduate students. We look forward to your attendance tomorrow!

Sincerely,

Student Affairs Office & ACS-SA
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
UC San Diego 

Now Accepting Applications: MS Program in NanoEngineering & Chemical Engineering

The Department of NanoEngineering has reopened its Fall 2020 application to its MS programs in NanoEngineering and Chemical Engineering through June 30, 2020. 

The program would like to give an opportunity to graduating seniors and others, who would like an option of pursuing higher education, in these times of uncertainty brought out by the recent Covid-19 emergency.

The NanoEngineering and Chemical Engineering Programs at UC San Diego are interdisciplinary, with collaboration of faculty members from several departments across the campus. Our Plan I (course route) can be completed within one academic year and Plan II (thesis) is a two year average completion. 

The Jacobs School of Engineering ranks 9th among the nation’s top engineering schools, and 5th in the nation among public universities according to this year’s published US News and World Report Ranking of Best Engineering Schools. 

Graduates from our program are working at top industry facilities such as: Intel, Illumina, General Atomics, Revlon, ASML, Pfizer, Tesla, and Solar Turbines just to name a few. 

Please apply here to start your Fall 2020 application. Deadline to apply is June 30, 2020.

Visit our website at: http://ne.ucsd.edu/ for more information on the program and please don’t hesitate to contact me at dljimenez@ucsd.edu if you have any further questions. 

Catalent Pharma Solutions Industry Day

2020 Pharm-ChemBio Industry Day: June 3rd 10-12PM

Laboratory Intern – Triton Algae Innovations: Apply Today!

About this Job

Laboratory Intern

Triton Algae Innovations is a research company with a focus on scientifically-backed nutrition and the future foods space. We’re looking for a university student interested in nutrition and the bio-space to help us with the day-to-day laboratory operation. Most duties will be in the maintenance of the lab, but we make it our policy to teach our interns our laboratory techniques and the molecular science behind them. Minimum wage pay.

Duties include:

15-20 hours per week. Steady schedule required.

Glass washing,

Media prep,

Lab maintenance and organization.

Education:

Experience in molecular biology or chemistry preferred, but not required.

Experience working in a lab preferred.

About Triton Algae Innovations

Triton is a San Diego, California based start-up company which has developed breakthrough technology to revolutionize the nutritional space, by producing natural, bioactive, high- value human and bovine milk proteins through a proprietary algae platform. Founded in 2013, Triton is built on over 30 years of science and technology developed by algae researchers at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and UC San Diego (UCSD). Triton’s technology generates valuable bioactive proteins from low-cost and scalable algae production systems.

Career Fair Today for Pharmacy Students

Pharmacy program students are invited to log in to the Online Career Fair for Healthcare Students that CareerMD is hosting today (Thursday, May 7) through tomorrow (Friday, May 8).

More than 120 healthcare organizations in California and across the country are participating in this event to recruit healthcare students in all professions for current vacancies, and to meet candidates for future career opportunities.

You may access this career fair here: careermd.com/healthcare/virtual-events/healthcare-may-2020.aspx

5/6 UCI Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar

Virtual Seminar: Sulfur-triazole Exchange Chemistry: Applications for Chemical Proteomics and Protein Ligand Discovery
Ken Hsu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
University of Virginia
Wednesday, May 6th, 2020
1:00 PM PST
Click to join Seminar: https://uci.zoom.us/j/99321573373?pwd=MWVSekdHUHBQb0NibW8vcXYrVUMzdz09

 
Research Abstract
We introduced sulfur-triazole exchange (SuTEx) chemistry as a new electrophile for covalent modification of tyrosine residues across thousands of functional protein binding sites. We are exploring whether SuTEx chemistry can be applied for fragment-based ligand discovery to target enzymatic function and disruption of protein-protein and protein-nucleotide interactions. We are also interested in testing the application of SuTEx chemistry for discovery of novel post-translational modifications on tyrosine residues on a proteome-wide scale. About
Dr. Hsu’s research program applies the principles of chemistry and chemical biology to study fundamental protein biology. A current focus is to study proteins involved in metabolism of fats (i.e. lipids) because lipids are important chemical signals for basic communication in bi

Invitation to Present at the Undergraduate Research Symposium (OURS)

The Online Undergraduate Research Symposium (OURS) is inviting undergraduates of all majors to present their work virtually! The OURS is replacing UC San Diego’s signature Undergraduate Research Conference and will be open to a more inclusive group of students with research experience. The OURS will go live on Thursday May 28, with two livestreamed events: an undergraduate round table discussion via Zoom, and the presentation of the annual Outstanding Mentor Award. Here are some details about the event:

  • Faculty nominations are not required; students may register and submit their presentations directly via the registration forms linked on the OURS website. They must, however, have at least one quarter of experience conducting research either through a recognized UC San Diego program (e.g. TRELS, Academic Internship Program, Independent Study 199, etc.) or with a faculty mentor.
  • Recently graduated students may submit presentations for consideration as long as they graduated no earlier than Fall 2019. Additionally, the findings students present must be from research they conducted as undergraduates between June 2019 and this Spring Quarter.
  • Presentations will be in the format of a 3-5 minute video “elevator pitch,” with the option to also submit a PDF poster or paper.
  • All video presentations will be posted publicly on a virtual forum for 1 month, after which they will become private and accessible only with a UC San Diego email address. We ask all students to confirm with their mentors that none of their presentations contain proprietary information.
  • The deadline to submit a presentation video is May 16.

For more details on how to apply, please visit our website. We look forward to your submissions!

14th Annual Research Symposium

UC San Diego Physical Sciences Pilot Mentorship Program: Apply Today!

This mentorship program is a collaboration between the Division of Physical Sciences Student Success Center and the Alumni Office. The goal is to support students through their job searching experience during the pandemic. Mentors and mentees will meet virtually and gain the opportunity to network in a professional manner. To learn more about the mentorship program, please visit HERE

Application Due Date: Monday, April 27 by 5:00 PM

Housing Insecurity Survey – Please Support Undergraduate Research Apprentices

We are a graduate and undergraduate student research team at UC San Diego that is conducting research on housing insecurity and student success. As a student attending UC San Diego, you are being asked to participate in an online survey that has been designed to understand the ways in which housing impacts student health, sense of self and academic achievement. If you choose to participate in this survey, please click on the link below. Participation is anonymous and will last approximately 10 minutes. Before you begin the survey, you will read a brief consent form. Survey questions will include questions around rental costs, location of off-campus housing, financial burdens, mental health, faculty awareness and grades. 

While there is no direct benefit to you for participating in this study, the research may help the investigators better understand the ways in which housing insecurity impacts students in San Diego: information that we are planning to share with students, faculty and administrators at our school. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Stacey Livingstone at sbliving@ucsd.edu or at 619-417-4350.

Thank you! 

LINK TO THE SURVEY: 

https://ucsd.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eWdqPJ0IhVfvzCd 

Upcoming Zoom Event: “You and Your Research: Undergrad Edition”

Title: “You and Your Research: Undergrad Edition”

Date/Time: Friday, April 17th 2020 @ 2-4PM

Presenter: Professor Daniel Green

Description: Want research but don’t know where to get started? Reaching out to professors for research opportunities as an undergrad can be nerve-wracking and anxiety-inducing — especially if you’re not even really sure of what you’re looking for. Join SPS for a Zoom talk given by Professor Daniel Green on how to find research, what to get from undergraduate research, and how to start building up your resume throughout your undergraduate career in preparation for whatever comes afterward! The Zoom event will be held on Friday, April 17th at 2PM and will also be recorded and posted to YouTube. After the presentation, we will have time for a non-recorded Q&A session.

Zoom:https://ucsd.zoom.us/j/401293847?pwd=M09rdXBXelNpb3J5TmhJdjlXcklBQT09

Password: spsonline

3M R.I.S.E – Apply Today!

Raising Influence in Science and Engineering

Date: June 8-10, 2020

Location: St Paul, MN

Application: http://go.3M.com/3MRISE

Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Collaborate with Innovative 3Mers Around the World
Choosing where to start and grow your career has a major impact on your professional and personal life, so it’s equally important you know the company that you choose to work at, and its leaders, will support and guide you. With a diversity of people, global locations, technologies and products, 3M is a place where you can collaborate with 96,000 other curious, creative 3Mers.


“A long-lasting career at 3M comes from having vision, imagination and the ability to see what doesn’t exist. 3Mers are groundbreaking innovators and it’s important that we give every person the space for disruptive and creative thinking.” – John Banovetz, senior vice president and chief technology officer at 3M

3M R.I.S.E is primarily intended to introduce emerging female and/or underrepresented science and engineering graduate talent to the wide range of rewarding careers in research and development at one of the world’s most recognized innovation companies. Skills and Expertise
Applicants must have or expect to receive a doctoral degree within one year of the R.I.S.E event in field of chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, physics, mechanical engineering, polymer science, biomolecular engineering, biology, data science, computer science, electrical engineering or software engineering (or other closely related degrees).

To apply to be considered visit http://go.3M.com/3MRISE

Graduate Research Opportunities

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is pleased to announce that the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is now accepting applications for the 2020 Solicitation 1.

 Applications are due 5:00pm Eastern Time on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

We would like to bring to your attention 4 new trans-disciplinary research areas for encouraging graduate training activities at the convergence of multiple disciplines and communities, including:

  • Microelectronics
  • Data Science
  • Fundamental
  • Symmetries
  • Accelerator Science

We strongly encourage applications in these areas.  Detailed information about the program, including eligibility requirements and access to the online application system, can be found on The US Department of Energy website. 

The Office of Science expects to make approximately 95 awards in 2020 Solicitation 1 cycle, for project periods beginning anytime between November 9, 2020 and March 1, 2021.

Since its inception in 2014, the SCGSR program has provided support to over 520 graduate awardees from 137 different U.S. universities to conduct thesis research at 18 DOE national laboratories/facilities across the nation.The SCGSR program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS), in collaboration with the six Office of Science research programs offices and the DOE national laboratories/facilities, and program administration support is provided by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE).

For any questions, please contact the SCGSR Program Manager, Dr. Ping Ge, at sc.scgsr@science.doe.gov.

Translational Medicine Day

Hello all! UCSD BMES is proud to present the sixth annual Translational Medicine Day (TMD)! TMD is a conference style event dedicated towards educating and inspiring students about the field of translational medicine
 
What is translational medicine, you may ask? It’s the process by which cutting-edge research that happens here at UCSD and other research campuses is turned into therapies, drugs, and devices that directly impact patients on the clinical side of medicine. It is a multidisciplinary field that integrates biology, chemistry, engineering, and bioethics, as well as accounting for industry and government requirements alongside academia.
 
At our event, our MD/PhD panel, which addresses questions for students aspiring to grad/med school or even beyond, as well as how they can use their degree to improve medicine on the clinical side. Representatives from various medical device companies, such as AVACEN, Medtronic, and Phillips, will also be available at our Industry Demonstrations session, giving you the opportunity to interact with advanced medical products and network with them (and maybe even score that elusive internship!)
 
In addition, our Speaker Sessions are seminar-style presentations that detail what’s being done on the forefront of translational medicine. Finally, our Ethics Panel this year focuses on the topic of AI in Healthcare: an emerging application of computer science in medicine — laced with both concern and considerable potential — for fields such as diagnostics, telemedicine, medical screening, and patient-clinic interaction.
 
TMD is happening on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, from 2:00 – 7:00 PM at the Medical Education and Telemedicine (MET) Building! Attached is a schedule that outlines our event, including the times for sections of the event you may be interested in. We highly encourage any and all to come, regardless of major or background! Admission is free, but to get a headcount of how many people are attending, we ask that you please RSVP on Eventbrite at the link here: tmd-2020.eventbrite.com.
 
For more information, and a preview of the many presenters at TMD 2020, check out our Facebook page herehttps://www.facebook.com/events/823466148125291/
 
Thank you for your time, and we hope to see you there!

Presenters Needed for the Sustainability Research Symposium


The ISC Sustainability Research Symposium is the first ever cross-disciplinary research symposium at UC San Diego to focus exclusively on issues related to sustainability.  From poster presentations to Green Labs outreach, the symposium will be packed full of opportunities for students and researchers to learn about sustainable research practices and current research efforts seeking to address issues like climate change, pollution, environmental degradation and more. For undergraduates and graduate students conducting research in those areas, we are currently seeking student presenters for a judged poster presentation contest that will take place on May 18th from 5-7 pm.

Abstract submission will be open until April 30th at 11:59 pm, and prizes will be awarded for outstanding poster presentations at the event.

Western Digital Scholarships for STEM

Western Digital Scholarships for STEM was created to address the unmet educational needs of high potential students around the globe pursuing STEM related degrees.

Western Digital Scholarships for STEM are awarded based on the following eligibility criteria:

-Undergraduate student enrolled on a full-time basis at a 4-year accredited college or university located in: the United States, China, Japan, India, Malaysia, the Philippines or Thailand
-Undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Science (excluding agricultural sciences, health and other life sciences) pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree
-Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent
-Demonstrated financial need or hardship
-Preference will be given to applicants from traditionally under-represented populations in the STEM disciplines, including females and individuals of African-American or Latinx descent in the United States.

Scholarship amounts will vary, but awardees may earn up to $5,000 US dollars.  

Application Opens January 8
Application Due Date  April 2 @ 11:59pm PST
Awards Announced   No later than May 26   The current application and additional details can be accessed by clicking here: 2020-2021 Application

Please direct any questions to GlobalGivingandDoing@wdc.com

2020 Undergraduate Summer Research Award

Application deadline: March 9, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.

Applications are being accepted for the 2020 Undergraduate Summer Research Award. This competitive program (from June 29 through September 4, 2020) allows undergraduate students to submit a proposal, in collaboration with a faculty member, for a $7,500 stipend to support their summer research experience. 

This program is open to all undergraduate students majoring in the Physical Sciences. Students applying are required to work with a faculty member within the Physical Sciences to develop a research proposal and to receive the faculty member’s endorsement of the proposal. Please find the attached program flyer with more information and instructions provided at https://center.ucsd.edu/programs/.

Please send inquiries to: physci-success@ucsd.edu.

Snack and Chat on February 21st, 2020 with Dr. Atayee and Dr. Siegel

UC San Diego’s Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will be holding a Snack and Chat to discuss careers in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Click on the Link Below to register for this amazing event!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeMABEaWIQZSj6CtbBOBv4b9BDbi2kFTDNg13bTvOiz5ewc1w/viewform?fbclid=IwAR30Q-mj2qe7heLDVCTxZfKPJj9mXkqZDvFC7-_zfQhihPaMwUr_z3veGII

Test Preparation Instructor Positions Available: GRE, SAT and/or ACT – Apply Today!

Posting Description:
 
GRE • SAT • ACT
Test Preparation Instructor Positions
 
We are seeking test preparation instructors for our GRE, SAT and/or ACT classes. These are part-time positions with classes once per week on Sundays (GRE and SAT) and/or Saturdays (ACT).  We seek intelligent, charismatic instructors who have both top test scores and excellent teaching skills. As the best test prep value, our company offers six week, high-quality test preparation courses at a value price.
 
Salary: $45/hour for GRE classroom instruction; $35/hour for SAT and ACT classroom instruction.
 

Qualifications:
 
• Education: Current graduate or professional student Ph.D. (or equivalent), Master’s, J.D.; or Completed Ph.D. (or equivalent), Master’s degree, or J.D.
 
• Test Scores: Top-tier test scores on one of the following: GRE, LSAT, GMAT, SAT, or ACT.
 
• Teaching Experience: Have taught at least one semester/quarter lecture, lab, discussion, recitation, etc. class. Prior university teaching experience is required.
 
• Quantitative and Verbal Skills: Must have both excellent math and verbal/writing skills. Xceptional Prep Instructors teach the entire course.
 
• Consistent Weekend Commitment: Our test preparation offerings depend upon instructor reliability, commitment and consistency. We seek instructors who can teach on consecutive weekends: Our 6 Week GRE and SAT Courses are taught on Sundays; Our 6 Week ACT Courses are taught on Saturdays. Instructors can teach anywhere from 3 to 9 hours per weekend depending upon location.
 

How to Apply:

If interested, please submit your:

(1) Cover Letter
(2) Resume or Vita
(3) Test Scores

via e-mail to: employment@xceptionalprep.com

Research Opportunity at UC San Francisco

UC San Francisco will be recruiting a junior research assistant to their laboratory soon!

It’s a great way to get solid training before grad/med school.

They are a new lab, so there is ample opportunity for exciting work in cell biology and biochemistry. They primarily work on sub-cellular clocks and the cell cycle!

For more information click on this link!

If you have any questions please contact:
Mustafa G. Aydogan, PhD
mustafa.aydogan@ucsf.edu

Climate Solutions Collective 2020 Summit

Please join us for some or all of the event at Qualcomm Institute in Atkinson Hall or virtually
 

-Follow this link anytime on Friday, February 21st between 10am – 3pm to stream liveThis event will be recorded and a follow-up link to the recording will be distributed upon completion of the event.

-This is a free event for students, faculty and staff will showcase a rapid series of mini-talks on Climate Change. 

May 2020 GPU Hackathon at SDDC!

UCSD Research Associate Role with the Zhang Lab: Apply Today!

Women’s Organization for Research and Mentorship in STEM!

Triton Transfer Hub Now Open!

2020 MEDS CONFERENCE!

IT’S TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE 2020 MEDS CONFERENCE, HAPPENING ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22! 

MEDS stands for Medical Education for Diverse Students.  It is an AMAZING, award-winning conference that is unlike any other you will ever attend—because of the hands-on workshops and the enthusiastic participation of doctors, pharmacists, faculty and medical/pharmacy students at the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy—and all of them are excited to meet YOU! 

The conference is for PRE-MED, PRE-PHARM and other PRE-HEALTH students.  It is an all-day conference at the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Go to the MEDS website (meds.ucsd.edu) or our Facebook Event Page to learn more about it and REGISTER: https://cvent.me/VNDQN8.

***Currently, all of the workshops have openings but space is limited – act now to reserve your first choice workshops!

Don’t miss out on this chance for an inside look at medical school or pharmacy school—your choice!  Plus breakfast and lunch, a t-shirt and other swag, and tons of information and inspiration!

REGISTER SOON! SPACE IS LIMITED!  

Good luck registering for your favorite workshops, and we hope to see you at the 2020 MEDS Conference! 

Your CGSC & GSA reps are holding office hours at The Art of Espresso!

Field Trip to Epsilon Systems Solutions

The Gordon Center in the Jacobs School of Engineering invites students and faculty to take a field trip to Epsilon Systems Solution on February 18, 2020. This is free of charge and all class level (undergraduate and graduate) students are welcomed to attend. All those who are interested, must RSVP by Thursday, February 6th. Please also encourage students to bring their resume to this event, if they would like to get their resume critiqued.

Here is the RSVP link for the Epsilon field trip as well as a quick overview of the day.

Agenda for the field trip on February 18, 2020:
Bus leaves UCSD at 12:30pm (pick-up spot Engineers Lane, which is the loading area between PFBH and Jacobs Hall)

For those driving on their own, here is the address:  9242 Lightwave Ave #100 San Diego, CA 92123

Epsilon will provide:

  •  a corporate brief
  •  demonstration stations (including VR, hardware, and software development)
  •  a round table with UCSD alums and interns working at Epsilon
  •  a resume review

Bus will depart from Epsilon at 5pm

Master of Microbial Biotechnology program at NC State University

The MMB is a two-year, non-thesis degree and as a Professional Science Master’s, the MMB offers students a unique combination of science and business courses in preparation for careers in the biotech industry. 

NC State is uniquely located 17 miles from Research Triangle Park. As a part of the MMB program, students work directly with our internationally recognized industry partners in RTP, where over 550 life-sciences companies comprise the fourth-largest biotech hub in the nation. Throughout three 10-week practicum projects and a 160-hour summer internship, our students work directly with host companies and gain invaluable, hands-on industry experience.

The practicum projects are developed by the host companies and are designed to give students real world, hands-on experiences. Not only does this help students master skills that make them career-ready, but they get to sample the many opportunities the biotech industry has to offer – which results in high career satisfaction. 

The MMB program also emphasizes professional skill development. Students are presented with many opportunities to work on written and verbal communication, interview techniques, and resume development. About 40% of MMB students choose to continue refining those skills by enrolling in the Poole College of Management’s Jenkins MBA, where they complete their MMB and MBA in three years total. 

Pharmaceutical Roundtable Travel Awards for Students and Post Docs

Applying to Internships

Come join ChemPAL, a mentorship org helping undergraduates navigate careers in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related fields, for an interactive workshop focused on applying to internship and research positions with focus on summer programs.

Location: Natural Sciences Building (NSB), Room 3211

This workshop will provide information on what opportunities are available to undergraduate students, as well as provide hands-on help in crafting personal statements, resumes, and other documents required for finding positions. It will be led by current graduate students who have experience in applying and enrolling in various programs.

*Chemistry students highly encouraged to attend. Related majors will benefit. Please bring drafts of any documents you wish to receive feedback on.

Monday, February 10th, 2020
5pm-6pm

Scientific Literature Reading

Come join ChemPAL, a mentorship org helping undergraduates navigate careers in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related fields, to learn how to critically read scientific articles. Whether pursuing a career in academia or industry or pursuing graduate school, knowing how to read scientific articles is a crucial skill.

Location: Natural Sciences Building (NSB), Room 3211

This workshop will be led by current graduate students who are actively involved in research and have experience in analyzing scientific literature.

*Chemistry students highly encouraged to attend. Related majors will benefit. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Monday, January 27th, 2020
1pm-2pm

Paid Research Internships at École Polytechnique in France

In the frame of the cooperation between UC San Diego and École Polytechnique in France, students are invited to apply for the 2020 Internship Program at École Polytechnique. This paid program is aimed at supporting collaboration between École Polytechnique and a selected group of international partners, as well as supporting scientific collaborations. With this objective, the Internship Program gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to carry out a 3 to 6-month internship in laboratories of École Polytechnique. Located in the heart of the Université Paris-Saclay research cluster, the l’X laboratories offer the chance to work on cutting-edge research topics in a highly internationalized environment.

The Program is open to students at the following levels:

Undergraduate: Bachelor’s students in their 3rd or 4th year

Graduate: Master’s students in their 1st or 2nd year and PhD students/candidates

Submit the interest form by COB on Friday, January 17, 2020: http://bit.ly/UCSD-Ecole-20 

Learn more here: https://programmes.polytechnique.edu/en/exchange-programs/internship-program-for-international-students/program-details  Questions about the program can be directed to Tamara Schaps in the Graduate Division at tschaps@ucsd.edu.

Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Opportunity

two students in lab

The University of Texas at Austin Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI) program runs from June 1 – August 7. SURI brings together innovative undergraduate student minds from prestigious universities across the country to UT PGE to research significant energy topics with world-class faculty members.

Interns receive an insider look at graduate level work conducted at UT PGE, home to the No. 1 petroleum engineering graduate and undergraduate programs in the country according to the 2020 U.S. News & World Report rankings. In addition to participating in the meaningful academic research, interns learn about the diverse areas of petroleum and geosystems engineering and build strong relationships with their cohort.

SURI is a rewarding 10-week program, offering a $4,000 stipend for visiting students. In addition, UT PGE provides funding to travel to Austin and housing in an on-campus residence hall that includes a stipend for meals. For UT students the program offers a $5,000 stipend, which does not include housing or meal stipends.

All requirements below must be met in order to be considered:

  • Have a 3.25+ GPA
  • Have taken at least 45 hours of credit at your current institution (AP credit does not count)
  • Not be a current freshman or graduating May 2020 senior
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Fully commit to the 10-week program
  • Be majoring in engineering, geosciences, math, or natural sciences
  • Be enrolled in a four-year institution

The SURI program is intended for students who have a strong desire to pursue a Ph.D. or M.S. in petroleum engineering.

Apply SURI 2020

http://www.pge.utexas.edu/research/internship

UCSD SASE Dining With Professionals 2020

See more details here.




American Chemical Society Singapore IREU Program

Description: The American Chemical Society (ACS) International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) program is a bilateral exchange that allows talented young chemical and materials scientists to spend a summer conducting research in another country. Students spend 10-12 weeks working on frontier chemical and materials science research projects under the guidance of faculty members and graduate student mentors to sharpen scientific skills, develop collaborations with scientists abroad, and experience the life and culture of a foreign country. For the summer of 2020, up to five students from the United States will be selected to conduct research in Singapore at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Applicants have the opportunity to choose between three laboratory projects, working closely with NUS professors over the course of the summer. The entire program will be conducted in English. This program is only for U.S. undergraduate students enrolled at a U.S. institution. Students must be either U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Students do not need to be a member of ACS nor is membership status a criterion used in judging applicants.

Deadline: Monday, February 10, 2020 at 11:29 PM EST. For more information, please visit the ACS IRES Singapore page or email us at IRES@acs.org

Obtain Your Master’s of Engineering at Cornell University!

Workshop NextProf Science at the University of Michigan

2020 CAS Future Leaders Program

Ph.D. students or postdocs could be named a 2020 CAS Future Leader!

The 2020 CAS Future Leaders program unites elite Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars from around the world to blaze a trail toward scientific leadership.

Why should they apply?

Connections: Invaluable networking opportunities with peer scientists and renowned leaders
Perspectives: Inspiration from science-industry thought leaders, entrepreneurs and professional communicators
Insights: Exclusive leadership training and access to the expertise behind SciFindern, the world’s premier scientific information solution Download our printable flyer and presentation-ready image to help promote this unique opportunity at your university.

Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Sunday, January 26, 2020 at www.cas.org/futureleaders.