URC Commitment to Anti-Racism, Equity and Inclusion
The Undergraduate Research Center (URC) is committed to confronting racism and institutional oppression to create an equitable and inclusive community for students, staff, and faculty. We honor and recognize that research, scholarship and creative activities are enhanced by contributions from individuals with various backgrounds, perspectives and experiences.
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FULBRIGHT FRIDAY WEBINAR SERIES:
Applications are now available for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program which funds one academic year of independent research, graduate degrees, or service as English Teaching Assistants (ETA’s) in over 140 countries worldwide. This application is for participation in the 2023-24 academic year and can be accessed here. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are graduating seniors or recent alumni and have not earned a Ph.D. at the time of application .
Fulbright Friday webinar series from April 8th – June 3rd where I will cover many program and application elements (see the attachment for further details). I am extending this invitation for you to attend. I will be recording this series and will send the recordings to the RSVP list, so please RSVP if you are interested and cannot attend when the webinars are occurring. – Scott Palmer, Prestigious Scholarship Advisor.
$6,075 - $7,575 • 6 Awards • 10 Month Term
This program supports undergraduate students from racial, ethnic and/or other groups traditionally underrepresented in biomedical research to perform mentored research related to digestive diseases throughout the academic year. The award provides a stipend, AGA membership, and a travel allowance to attend Digestive Disease Week®.
May 4, 2022
Funding Start Date:
August 16, 2022