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NSBE Talks

Christie Julien – January 23rd, 2018

On April 11 at 7 PM, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) will be hosting an event called 'NSBE Talks', a TED Talk-styled opportunity for students to share anything from their engineering research to what it means to be a minority student at UVA. This is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to share a piece of themselves with peers, faculty, and employers. Faculty and corporate sponsors will serve as judges and the prizes for winners include a $500 cash prize and more!

Tech Policy Fellowship - Feb. 7 Deadline

Christie Julien – January 23rd, 2018

Apply for the Eben Tisdale Public Policy Fellowship. This is an exciting opportunity for undergraduates to intern in Washington, D.C. at the intersection of technology and public policy.

The Tisdale Fellowship offers a full $8,695 scholarship for undergrad students to attend the Institute on Business and Government Affairs (IBGA) plus a $1,000 stipend. Fellows will intern with a leading technology corporation working on public policy, earn 6 academic credits and live in furnished housing in downtown Washington, DC.

Double Hoo Information Session

Cathryn Davis – January 19th, 2018

Have an idea for a Double Hoo research project? Come to this session to learn more about the Double Hoo Research Grant. The grant supports pairs of undergraduate and graduate scholars seeking to pursue research together. The program is intended to encourage collaborative interaction between the undergraduate and graduate communities throughout the University. Awards of up to $6,000 are granted to undergraduate/graduate pairs to be shared between the two at their discretion and used within one year.

Community Based Undergraduate Research Grant Award Information Session

Cathryn Davis – January 19th, 2018

Have an idea for a community-based research project? Come to this session to learn more about Community Based Undergraduate Research Grants (CBURG) and hear from previous recipients. CBURG provides funding for students to design hands-on research projects in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors. Come to this session to learn more about this wonderful opportunity and hear from previous recipients! 

Details:
Tuesday, January 23
4:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
Clemmons Library Room 204

Community-Based Undergraduate Research Grant Award Information Session

Anna Sullivan – January 18th, 2018

Jan. 23, 4 to 5 p.m., Clemons 204.

Have an idea for a community-based research project? Come to this session to learn more about Community-Based Undergraduate Research Grants (CBURG) and hear from previous recipients. CBURG provides funding for students to design hands-on research projects in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors.

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