PCI Ventures is initiating our next cycle of the Volunteer Internship Program. PCI Ventures supports the commercialization of technologies developed by the Penn community through company formation and entrepreneurial endeavors. We engage with Penn faculty, staff and students through programs such as this. We have over 60 active companies in our PCI Ventures portfolio.
A committee of Gates Center faculty and staff will select highly qualified undergraduates to work full-time in laboratories located at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
GSIP is a full-time training program that spans 11 weeks from May to August.
In addition to working in Gates Center member's laboratory, interns will participate in weekly GSIP seminars, social events and community service. They will also present their summer research project in a poster session at the Final Day Program.
The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL) at the University of Pennsylvania is accepting applications for the Center’s 2019 Summer Internship Program. The Summer Internship Program offers professional and graduate level students an opportunity to further CERL’s efforts to promote and protect the rule of law in national and international security practice. Summer interns will interact with national security experts on the critical and cutting-edge problems facing our nation today.
STaRS is a dynamic and focused program that is designed to promote access to graduate education for traditionally underrepresented students in science and medicine. STaRS provides scholars with the opportunity to participate in research and enhances skills required for successful entrance and completion of a graduate program or an MD/PhD program in the biomedical sciences.
SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience): Natural and Biomedical Sciences Program at Emory College
The SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience): Natural and Biomedical Sciences Program supports Emory College undergraduates who wish to explore, experience, and conduct full-time independent and mentored research for the summer.
The American Friends of Herculaneum (AFOH) are pleased to announce a competition for one or more research grants of up to a total of $2,000 available to graduate students and up to $1,000 to undergraduates, who may be facing financial difficulties as a result of the covid crisis.
Moore Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (MURAP) at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (MURAP) invites applications for a paid summer fellowship for undergraduate students (rising juniors or seniors) in the humanities, social sciences, or fine arts. The 2022 program will be held from May 19 to July 25, 2022 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (application deadline is February 14, 2022).
The Summer Research Internship at Columbia Business School is a highly-selective program provides the interns with the opportunity to work on a research project with CBS’ leading faculty and researchers in finance, economics, marketing, management, decision sciences, operations, accounting, and data analytics.
The Project in Humanities, Urbanism, and Design (H+U+D), invites graduate students to submit research proposals for Academic Year 2022-23. Small grants will be awarded to support projects that align with the mission of the H+U+D project.
H+U+D is a joint effort among the Schools of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and Design (PennDesign), and the Penn Institute of Urban Research (Penn IUR) whose objective is to promote synergies among the humanities and design disciplines. Beginning in 2018, the initiative takes “The Inclusive City” as its theme, focusing on issues of inclusivity and diversity. For more information on the initiative see: http://www.humanitiesurbanismdesign.com/
Small research grants will be awarded to support interdisciplinary design/humanities projects undertaken by graduate students in humanities and design disciplines that focus on the built environment. Eligible research must draw from both humanities and design disciplines. Examples of eligible work include master’s thesis projects, independent study projects, and doctoral dissertation research. Preference will be given to projects related to the “Inclusive City” theme. The maximum award is $2,000 per proposal. Allowable research expenses include travel, archival charges, photography, books, research supplies and equipment. Examples of previously funded student projects are available to review here: http://www.humanitiesurbanismdesign.com/publication_category/student-research-2/
The application should include
- Research project proposal (maximum: 500 words)
- Short itemized budget
- Unofficial Penn transcript
- Letter or recommendation from sponsoring faculty member, requested by the applicant via the Letter of Recommendation Request Form
Submit your proposal no later than May 31, 2022, to the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF) via the student application:
A special awards sub-committee will review proposals, and funds will be disbursed to successful applicants.