Diversity Visitation Event for Research and Graduate Education (DiVERGE) for Undergraduates interested in Biomedical Research Careers

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For a fourth year, The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) – Jupiter, Florida campus will be hosting a Diversity Visitation Event for Research and Graduate Education (DiVERGE) for undergraduates interested in biomedical research careers.  We are reaching out to our colleagues and contacts at colleges and universities and asking you to share the event announcement with undergraduates at your institutions.

 

When: January 4-6, 2018

Application and supporting materials deadline: November 26, 2017

Selected students will be contacted:  November 30, 2017

 

The program is designed to give interested students an in-depth preview of undergraduate research opportunities at TSRI and an understanding of graduate education in the chemical and biological sciences. Travel to the TSRI campus in Jupiter, Florida, as well as all food, lodging, and other expenses, will be paid by TSRI for the selected students.

 

DiVERGE is especially geared toward students from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds, including individuals from low-income families or first-generation science students. The program is also geared toward students enrolled in liberal arts colleges, as well as Florida universities and colleges.

 

Here’s a link for more details and the online application:http://education.scripps.edu/diverge.

 

We also have a PDF flyer posted online, if anyone is interested in viewing or downloading printable information. Here’s that link: http://bit.ly/TSRI-diverge.

 

Questions about the program or application process should be directed to tsrifled@scripps.edu.

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