4 Orbitals: What’s Happening in Chemistry Circles
March 3, 2008
8 weeks in Europe: June 30 - August 22
housing, food and transportation costs paid
extensive contact with graduate student mentors and professors
training in cyberinfrastructure
arranged tours and outings
participation in a concluding workshop
To qualify, the candidate:
must be a United States citizen
have at least two years of undergraduate study, preferably majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, physics, or computer science; or a related discipline such as chemical engineering or materials science, with an interest in chemistry.
completed application must be submitted by February 29, 2008
For more information or to apply for this opportunity, contact Bill Hase (email@example.com), John Tully (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Theresa Windus (email@example.com) or visit our website at http://pire- europe.chem.ttu.edu/pire/junior_summer_abroad.htm.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND INTERNSHIPS
Call for Proposals: Undergraduate Research Scholars Program for the 2008-09 Academic Year. The goal of this program is to encourage capable undergraduates to participate actively in research projects and to give them the opportunity to communicate their research findings as principal authors to the university's research community. The deadline for applications for the coming academic year is April 11, 2008. To learn more about this program you may visit the Undergraduate Research web site at http://ugr.tamu.edu/scholars/.
The PUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (PPIP) is a program intended to draw state and federal government attention to the quality and aptitude of Texas A&M University. This program selects the most talented and driven students to represent Texas A&M in Washington, D.C. while working for various governmental and non-governmental agencies. If you would like additional information about our program, please feel free to visit our website www.tamu.edu/ppip or contact us at 979-845-3210. Fall Applications are due by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 7th. Applications are available at our website www.tamu.edu/ppip.
American Chemical Society Scholars Program These are scholarships for underrepresented minority college students with financial need. Apply now for the scholars program designed to be a catalyst for African American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian students seeking to pursue undergraduate college degrees in chemical sciences and chemical