The ASPET-Sponsored SURF program is for undergraduate students interested in biomedical research. The program runs for 10 weeks between June 1 and August 9, 2016. Students will work on their own research project in the lab of their faculty mentor and attend relevant laboratory safety training. Students will also attend seminars and present their research in various forums. An opportunity to visit Hospira R&D campus and learn about careers in the pharmaceutical industry will also be offered. Students will tour UIC research facilities and participate in workshops on advanced scientific techniques. Participants will receive $3,000 for the 10 weeks.
- Sophomores or juniors majoring in biology, chemistry, biochemistry or related field.
- GPA of 3.2 or higher on 4.0 scale
- U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Submit full application as a single pdf document by 2/1/16
- Request that your reference(s) submit the letter of recommendations by 2/1/16
- Full application consists of 4 components:
- Application form
- Personal statement
- Two letter of recommendations
Application Deadline: February 1, 2016
Recipient Notification: April 15, 2016
For more information:
Program contact: email@example.com
Associate Dean, Dr. Tom TenHoeve, will be meeting with students to answer questions about preparation for pharmacy and the UIC Pharmacy program. You do not need an appointment. He will be meeting with students on a first come first serve basis.
Day: Thursday, December 3
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: TCC Interview Suite (2nd floor) at 616 E. Green St, Champaign (Between McDonald’s and Subway on Green Street, look for the Kaplan sign)
The University of Illinois at Chicago MEd in Science Education and teaching license can be earned in an intensive 12 month schedule. The program has a unique focus on learning to teach science in urban contexts with a focus on community responsive and culturally relevant curriculum and instruction. The coursework is supplemented by community partnerships through Science Education for Excellence and Equity in Chicago (Project SEEEC).
Project SEEEC is funded by an NSF Noyce grant that provides full tuition waivers, stipends, and additional professional support to outstanding students who make a commitment to teach in Chicago Public Schools. Project SEEEC also seeks to address the underrepresentation of African American and Latina/o science teachers and prioritizes educating new chemistry and physics teachers.
November 1, 2015 – Application deadline for Spring 2016
February 1, 2016 – Application deadline for Summer 2016 admission (final deadline for 2nd and final cohort of Project SEEEC Teaching Fellows and the next cohort of the 12-month MEd program)
For any questions, please contact Daniel Morales-Doyle (firstname.lastname@example.org or (313) 996-6066).