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2016 SCI Internship Applications due December 15, 2015

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Undergraduate Students!  We have a terrífic internship opportunity for you.  This is open to chemistry and chemical engineering majors who are US citizens or permanent residents with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. If you’re interested please visit for more information.

Applications for the SCI Scholars 2016 summer internship program are due December 15, 2015.

In this prestigious program, about 30 chemistry and chemical engineering majors will be selected for 10-week Summer 2016 internships. Winners will receive

  • $6,000-$10,000+ stipend, depending on the internship
  • Additional benefits for some internships
  • Certificate of recognition
  • Additional $1,000, which can be used for any purpose, such as participation at an ACS or AIChE meeting
  • Opportunity to nominate an inspiring high school chemistry teacher for recognition with a certificate and $1,000


SCI Scholars is a summer internship program supported by the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Please contact the SCI Scholars program (; 202-872-6108) with any questions or comments.

Interested in Learning Mora about Medical School?

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There’s a new challenge up on the website, through Evonik Industries: What’s the next great use for dry water?

They offer up to $1000 in prizes, and there are 7 days left to apply!

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Questions about the contest or MindSumo can be directed to:

Good luck!

UC San Diego, César E. Chávez Undergraduate Student Essay Contest Award

The César E. Chávez Planning Committee at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) has established a UCSD Undergraduate Student Essay Contest Award in honor of César E. Chávez.  The award will recognize students who have demonstrated commitment to the advancement of César’s core values at UCSD and abroad.  Winners will receive the monetary prizes and recognition in UCSD media publications. Prize Recipients will also receive a special invitation to attend the César E. Chávez Celebration Kickoff Luncheon on Wednesday, April, 1st in the Price Center Ballroom.
All submitted essays will become the property of the University. A panel of UCSD volunteer judges will select the winners. Essay Contest recipients will be notified by March 13th. Please direct all questions to

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Chair’s Scholar Fellowship Nominations

The Chair’s Scholar Summer Research Fellowships recognize outstanding academic achievement by providing resources to support exceptional students in the early stages of their graduate careers.  Recommendations from prospective students’ undergraduate departmental Chairs and/or faculty are a key component of the selection process for these fellowships.

Chair’s Scholars may elect to conduct research during the summer term in Chemistry Department research laboratories (with mutual consent between faculty member and student). During this summer research experience they receive approx. $1,700 / month for up to four months.  In addition, Chair’s Scholars receive an Excellence Award of $4,500 (paid in three $1,500 installments in each of their first three terms).

2014 Grad Recruiting Letter

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Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program


The South Carolina Universities Research and Education Foundation (SCUREF) is now accepting applications for the Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program (NFUSP) 2015 Award Cycle.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, the NFUSP provides scholarships to qualified undergraduate students pursuing degrees in disciplines relevant to technical nuclear forensics including physics, chemistry, nuclear engineering, and material science.

Scholars gain hands-on experience through summer research opportunities at the Department of Energy national laboratories, including close interaction with technical experts throughout the national nuclear forensics community.

The NFUSP aims to build a viable student career path in nuclear forensics in order to cultivate the next generation of highly qualified scientists in this critically important field.

2015 NFUSP Application Instructions

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