Research

Become a YAART Fellow!

Jasmine Jackson – July 13th, 2017

The YAART Fellows Programs provides an opportunity for young adults to receive training in research methods and act as advisors to research projects. The goal of the program is to partner with the community to discover and design research that answers important questions about the health of transgender and gender non-conforming young people. Check out these FAQS to learn more about YAART fellows.

Who can become a YAART fellow?
Any transgender or gender nonconforming person 18–26 can become a fellow.

Attend the Undergraduate Research Symposium sponsored by the LSAMP VA-NC Alliance!

UVA Career Center – March 21st, 2017

Do you have a desire to go to graduate school? Interested in presenting your academic research? Want to acquire a summer research opportunity?

There will be a host of activities at the symposium, including poster and oral presentations, academic workshops, and a graduate school recruitment fair. See the website to view the agenda and read about the keynote speaker!

 

Date: March 31st - April 2nd

Location: Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, NC.

STEM Research Scholarships Available Now!

Christie Julien – February 9th, 2017

Undergraduate STEM Research Scholarship

The Virginia Space Grant Consortium gives undergraduate research scholarships of up to $8,500 to encourage research in STEM fields.  The research must be faculty mentored and align with the aerospace industry or NASA's mission.  Awards are based on academic merit, quality of research and mission alignment.  The awards are non-renewable. Underrepresented minority students, female students and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply!

Eligibility

Summer Research Program in Life and Biomedical Sciences at UCLA

Christie Julien – December 8th, 2016

The UCLA SPUR-LABS summer program provides a rigorous research training experience for undergraduates with interests in a broad range of bioscience disciplines—from molecules to organisms and from basic to translational science. Exceptional research training, integrated with professional development activities, will prepare students to succeed in leading Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. programs. The program aims to contribute to diversity, inclusion, and the elimination of barriers to participation in bioscience research careers

Highlights

Supersize Your Research Skills with CADRE!

Christie Julien – September 29th, 2016

CADRE or Computation and Data Resource Exchange is a University-wide exchange designed to simplify the process of finding local research technology solutions. The CADRE website provides a comprehensive list of the software, services, training opportunities, storage solutions, and computational hardware available to UVA scholars. CADRE is multi-disciplinary and supports all eleven schools of the University.

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