2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) is currently accepting applications for its 2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program until January 21, 2018.

This civilian research opportunity is a 10-week summer program intended for MS/PhD candidates pursuing degrees in STEM. Each year the laboratory will appointment a couple exceptional undergraduate students into the program.  There are 36 posted opportunities, once the application January 21, 2018 deadline passes, each application will be reviewed and AFRL will fund 15 participants for the summer period.  Check out the opportunity catalog to review all of the available opportunities, there are available research opportunities in nearly every STEM field! Please apply to no more than (3) Repperger opportunities and only apply to opportunities in your applicable educational background.

2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program Catalog:

https://www.orau.org/maryland/Repperger%20Intern%20Project%20Brochure%20-%202018.pdf

To qualify, applicants must be pursuing their Master or PhD (some outstanding bachelor students will be considered as well), have a minimal 3.2 GPA in a STEM discipline and be a U.S. citizen. Selected participants will receive a $12,000 stipend for their participation in the internship which runs from June 4- August 10, 2018. All complete applications must be submitted by January 21, 2018. To apply, visit https://www.orau.org/maryland/repperger.html.  For more information, visit: www.orau.org/maryland, or email Recruiter@orau.org.

Please remember we have a lot more opportunities available with the Department of Defense! Please explore the U.S. Army Research Lab Summer Journeyman Fellowship (BS-PhD candidates) and additional summer and postgraduate opportunities (Bachelor–Postdoctoral opportunities) are posted to the ORAU Maryland website, currently over 200 open research opportunities: www.orau.org/maryland.

Army Research Lab –Summer Journeyman Fellowship

http://www.orau.org/arlfellowship/applicants/how-to-apply-summer-journeyman.htm

I hope that you will share this e-mail with students at your intuition and encourage them to apply!

Best regards,

 

Sharon C. Rice

Recruiting & Marketing, Program Specialist

Scientific Assessment and Workforce Development

ORAU

Maryland Office

4692 Millennium Drive    |  Suite 101  | Belcamp, MD 21017

Office: (410) 306-9200 |  Direct: (410) 306-9201  | Fax: (410) 306-9306

recruiter@ORAU.org

 

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PhD Scientists Interested in Public Policy: CCST Science Fellows Applications Now Open

CCST is seeking scientists and engineers for a year of public service and government leadership training in the California State Legislature.

The California Council on Science and Technology is now accepting applications for the 2019 Class of our CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship. Completed applications are due by February 28th, 2018.
The CCST Science Fellows program is open to those holding a PhD or equivalent degree in science and engineering, and in social science fields such as economics. Eligibility information, program timeline, and the application link can be found at fellows.ccst.us/apply.php.
As CCST Science Fellows, scientists and engineers spend one year in Sacramento serving the California State Legislature. Working as legislative staff in the State Assembly or State Senate, they get a front-row seat learning about the craft and process of lawmaking in the State of California — a dynamic arena that often sets policy trends for the United States and the world.
Our fellowship is an incredible opportunity to transform a researcher’s professional path. In fact, more than 50 percent of CCST Science Fellows have been hired by the California State Legislature or state agencies since completing their fellowship. Other alumni return to academia, nonprofits, or industry with a deeper understanding of how science informs policymaking, enhancing their career as researchers, professors, consultants, and leaders.
Read reflections from current fellows (http://fellows.ccst.us/blog/category/fellows-in-training) or from alumni far along in their careers (http://fellows.ccst.us/blog/category/fellows-profile). See how the CCST Science Fellows program has changed their professional path — and helped make California’s policies stronger with science!

Share this announcement: http://fellows.ccst.us/blog/2019recruitment

Retweet us: https://twitter.com/CCSTFellows/status/936655499159748608

Download a PDF of this announcement: http://fellows.ccst.us/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2019-CCST-Science-Fellows-Recruitment-Announcement.pdf

About the California Council on Science and Technology

CCST is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization established via the California State Legislature in 1988. We engage leading experts in science and technology to advise State policymakers — ensuring that California policy is strengthened and informed by scientific knowledge, research, and innovation. Discover how CCST makes California’s policies stronger with science at www.ccst.us.

About the CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship

The CCST Science Fellows program trains scientific thinkers to be policy-savvy, while helping equip California’s lawmakers with science-savvy staff. The program was established in 2009 with funds from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and other generous friends, and continues to rely on philanthropic foundations and individuals for support. Find out how our CCST Science Fellows make a difference in California’s policy arena at fellows.ccst.us.

2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) is currently accepting applications for its 2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program. This civilian research opportunity is a 10-week summer program intended for MS/PhD candidates pursuing degrees in STEM. Each year the laboratory will appointment a couple exceptional undergraduate students into the program.  There are 36 posted opportunities, once the application January 21, 2018 deadline passes, each application will be reviewed and AFRL will fund 15 participants for the summer period.  Check out the opportunity catalog to review all of the available opportunities, there are available research opportunities in nearly every STEM field! Please apply to no more than (3) Repperger opportunities and only apply to opportunities in your applicable educational background.

2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program Catalog:

https://www.orau.org/maryland/Repperger%20Intern%20Project%20Brochure%20-%202018.pdf

To qualify, applicants must be pursuing their Master or PhD (some outstanding bachelor students will be considered as well), have a minimal 3.2 GPA in a STEM discipline and be a U.S. citizen. Selected participants will receive a $12,000 stipend for their participation in the internship which runs from June 4- August 10, 2018. All complete applications must be submitted by January 21, 2018. To apply, visit https://www.orau.org/maryland/repperger.html.  For more information, visit: www.orau.org/maryland, or email Recruiter@orau.org.

Please remember we have a lot more opportunities available with the Department of Defense! Please explore the U.S. Army Research Lab Summer Journeyman Fellowship (BS-PhD candidates) and the U.S. Army Institute for Institute for Surgical Research Summer Internship Program (BS Candidates) opportunities. Additional summer and postgraduate opportunities (Bachelor–Postdoctoral opportunities) are posted to the ORAU Maryland website, currently over 200 open research opportunities: www.orau.org/maryland.

Army Research Lab –Summer Journeyman Fellowship

http://www.orau.org/arlfellowship/applicants/how-to-apply-summer-journeyman.htm

Army Institute for Surgical Research Summer Internship Program

https://www.orau.org/maryland/isr.html

I hope that you will share this e-mail with students at your intuition and encourage them to apply!

Best regards,

 

Sharon C. Rice

Recruiting & Marketing, Program Specialist

Scientific Assessment and Workforce Development

ORAU

Maryland Office

4692 Millennium Drive    |  Suite 101  | Belcamp, MD 21017

Office: (410) 306-9200 |  Direct: (410) 306-9201  | Fax: (410) 306-9306

recruiter@ORAU.org

UCLA – 2018 Paul D. Boyer / Donald J. Cram / Willard F. Libby Teacher-Scholars

UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry would like to announce a call for applications for the 2018 Paul D. Boyer / Donald J. Cram / Willard F. Libby Teacher-Scholars.  Please kindly share this updated flyer below (and also attached) with your graduate students, recent Ph.D. alumni, and postdoctoral scholars.  Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Catherine F. Clarke, Ph.D.

Professor & Chair

UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry

chair@chem.ucla.edu / 310-825-3958

www.chemistry.ucla.edu

UCLA Scholarship

CEMB Graduate Study Programs

Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Summer Opportunities – Army Research Lab Summer Journeyman Fellowship Program/U.S. Army Institute for Surgical Research Summer Internship Program

Greetings,

This is Mike Janney, I am a Sr. Recruiter for Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU).  I am e-mailing you to alert you regarding two summer programs currently accepting applicants for the 2018 summer period.  The U.S. Army Research Lab Summer Journeyman Fellowship Program and the U.S. Army Institute for Surgical Research Summer Internship Program. These are amazing opportunities for your students to expand their research experience within their area of study!

In addition these summer opportunities, we have an extensive amount of available research opportunities with over 70 Department of Defense programs in all areas of STEM.  I hope that you will encourage your students to check out the available opportunities administered by the ORAU Maryland Office.  The ORAU Maryland Office administers the Army Research Lab Research Associateship Program (formerly the ARL Postdoctoral Program) and all ORISE Department of Defense opportunities.  Aside from the “summer” opportunities, most post-graduate research appointments are scheduled to be a twelve month appointments; the renewal or continuation of the research appointment is contingent upon facility approval and upon the continued availability of funds.  Renewals are offered up to one year at a time, for a total of up to five years of research participation. Most of the research opportunities will required U.S. Citizenship to access the military installations.  http://www.orau.org/maryland/

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory’s (ARL) Research Associateship Program (RAP) has Summer Journeyman Fellowships available for undergraduate-PhD students.

Over the 2018 summer, students can participate in research at one of the Army Research Lab facilities in Aberdeen, MD, Adelphi, MD, or White Sands, NM in one of five research areas:

  • Computational & Information Sciences (May consider international students pursuing STEM degrees at U.S. institutions)
  • Human Research & Engineering (May consider international students pursuing STEM degrees at U.S. institutions)
  • Sensors & Electron Devices (May consider international students pursuing STEM degrees at U.S. institutions)
  • Vehicle Technology (U.S. Citizens ONLY)
  • Weapons & Materials (U.S. Citizens ONLY)

Applications close Sunday, November 12, 2017.  

The U.S. Army Institute for Surgical Research, located in San Antonio, TX has just posted their opportunity for the 2018 Summer Internship Program.  This opportunity is open to only Bachelor level candidates.  U.S. Citizenship is REQUIRED.  Applications close Tuesday, January 2, 2018. The intent of the undergraduate student internship is to provide an opportunity for students interested in science, engineering or medical career fields to participate in research directed at improving the care of injured military service members and society at large.  This mentored research experience will expose interns to ongoing efforts in integrated science, technology and engineering solutions at the nation’s premier military trauma research institute.

ARL Summer Journeyman Website

ISR Summer Internship Project Announcement
Best regards,
Mike Janney ORISE Sr. Recruiter – DoD Participant Programs

michael.janney@orau.org

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https://stayconnected.orau.org/en-us/

ChemPAL become a Mentor

ChemPAL is looking for just 10-15 more grad students to serve as Fall 2017 mentors for the large number of undergraduates that have applied as mentees! 

Being a ChemPAL mentor is low-commitment, flexible, and rewarding, as you meet with mentees just twice this quarter (or more of course!) at your own convenience and gain valuable mentoring experience. 
 
To become a Fall 2017 mentor, please fill out this short application by Mon 10/23https://goo.gl/forms/lCUtibrXe0WZQEFv2

For additional information about ChemPAL, please visit our website at chempal.ucsd.edu or email us at chempal@ucsd.edu.

 

Thanks!

ChemPAL