The Johns Hopkins University’s fifth annual Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium is open for submissions! The symposium will be held from March 21-23 on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. The symposium aims to bring together undergraduate students from all over the country so they have a space to present their humanities and interdisciplinary research to a wider audience. Application instructions can be found at this link: https://krieger.jhu.edu/ursca/macksey-symposium/apply/
If you are currently participating in a research project, registration for the 2023 IU Undergraduate Research Conference being hosted at IU Southeast on Friday December 8 is now open! Apply now at this link: https://www.iu.edu/events/iuurc/index.html or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Colorado State University Department of Chemistry applications for an NSF-sponsored undergraduate research program are now open! This is a 10 week summer program that would go from late May or early June into early August, but official start and end dates are TBD. Applications will begin to be reviewed in early December and will be accepted on a rolling basis until all spots in the program are filled. More information and application instructions can be found here: https://www.chem.colostate.edu/summer-program/summer-programs/
Applications for a research showcase at the University of Florida Health Cancer Center are now open! This is a funded opportunity that includes roundtrip travel, transportation, and your hotel stay. The experience is geared towards undergraduates interested in pursuing a PhD in cancer biology . The showcase will be from January 31-Febuary 1 and applications are due by November 30! More information can be found here: cancer.ufl.edu/showcase