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INBRE Summer Undergraduate Research Program 2017

The NDSU INBRE (IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence) program is hosting its third Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) on May 21-June 2, 2017, at the NDSU campus.  

Here's your chance to learn about research for two weeks.   

  • Participate in science lab tours and hands-on lab activities
  • Learn more about graduate school and career opportunities
  • Learn more about indigenous research methodologies 
  • Participate in professional development workshops
  • Develop team-building skills 
  • Advance writing and presentation skills

Requirements:

  • Must be tribal high school or college student
  • Complete application
  • Submit two letters of recoommendation
  • Be available during the program dates        

Application

Application Deadline: March 31, 2017
Notification of candidate selection: TBD

For more information, contact Pearl Walker-Swaney at Pearl.Walker@ndsu.edu or 701.231.6111, or Allison Goldenstein at Allison.Goldenstein@ndsu.edu.

Supported by Grant FAR0024572 from the Nation Institutes of Health (NIH).



 


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