May 23, 2019
MFA Thesis Exhibitions, Part II
May 18, 2019 to Jun 01, 2019
UAG / ROOM Gallery | Claire Trevor School of the Arts, Irvine, 92697
For more information, please go to University Art Galleries website
The Department of Art at the University of California, Irvine is pleased to present the solo exhibitions of MFA candidates Andrea Welton, Mountain House, Nicolas G. Miller, Ariel McCleese and Michael Thurin.
Queer Graduate Caucus Spring BBQ
Friday, May 24, 6 pm | Verano Commons | Food provided, BYOB
The Queer Graduate Caucus will be hosting its annual Spring BBQ on Friday, May 24 starting at 6pm at the grills outside of Verano Commons. All food will be provided, and all LGBTQIA+ and allies are welcome.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AT CALIFORNIA STATE AUDITOR’S OFFICE
Wednesday, May 29th 1:30 | Graduate Resource Center
Do you enjoy working on a team and solving problems? If so, explore a career with us and make an impact on:
- · Information security and data reliability
- · Implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act
- · Alternative energy programs
- · Sexual Violence on college campuses
- · Prison inmate health care
- · Waste and fraud in veterans services
- · Armed persons with mental illnesses
- · Financial management systems
- · Transportation Issues
Come have lunch with a recruiting specialist and learn about open positions and gain first-hand insight on working with an organization that makes recommendations to the CA State Legislature.
Don’t miss out on these two opportunities to network & explore your options:
1) 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Lunch & Information Session
Come have lunch with us and learn about open positions
2) 3 pm – 5 pm One on One Mentoring Sessions
Bring your resume and cover letter receive feedback and have a 1:1 sit down
Call the GRC to book today! 949-824-4611
Four sessions available!
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: GRADUATE DIVISION SOCIAL MEDIA GSR
The Graduate Division is looking for a current graduate student to fill a special position that will aid greatly in developing and maintaining a broad spectrum of communications projects for prospective graduate students, current graduate students and postdoctoral scholars as well as graduate and postdoctoral alumni. This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to gain experience in a professional setting, work with various professional staff with responsibilities across multiple disciplines, and contribute to major campus initiatives that will have broad and visible impact.
The Social Media GSR, under the direction of the Director of Communications, will have a key role in informing the social media strategy, website and CRM campaigns – three critical avenues of communication for the Graduate Division – to ensure all are highly engaging and appropriately reaching the various populations we serve. Finally, the Social Media GSR will also staff the graduate student based Social Media Workgroup.
This is a 50% position and is eligible for full fee remission. Eligible students will be in good academic standing and available for a full 50% GSR for the duration of the position. Performance in the role will be evaluated quarterly. Academic performance during employment is also evaluated to ensure satisfactory academic progress.
Successful candidates for this position will begin in Summer 2019.
Assists in implementing the Graduate Division social media strategy
Assists in developing social media content
Manages social media calendar and organic postings
Ensures an updated Graduate Division website as well as a highly dynamic and engaging interface across the website.
Constant review of the website for current information, relevance, and accuracy paying special attention to creating and suggesting engaging content
Ensures prospective students, program participants, and others are responded to in a prompt and timely manner following various CRM campaigns
Maintains and grows the Social Media Workgroup
Administer and facilitate regular group meetings and interactions
Assure timely follow-up of action items established by the group
Administers an active social media campaign during Graduate Division events
Other related duties as assigned following project development
Demonstrated experience implementing a social media strategy in a professional setting and/or for non-personal purposes
Demonstrated experience in managing the following: Facebook fan page, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn groups.
Strong written communication skills
Strong ability to communicate across various professionals, peers, and in mixed settings
Moderate level knowledge or above of current social media trends and best practices
Strong desire to learn various new skills in a professional setting
Teamwork oriented attitude and the ability to be flexible with shifting goals, priorities and direction
Self-starter and motivated to take an active role on a team
Excited by a high level of task variation
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: GRADUATE DIVISION COMMUNICATIONS GSR
The Graduate Division is looking for a current graduate student to fill a special position that will aid greatly in developing and maintaining a broad spectrum of communications projects for prospective graduate students, current graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars as well as graduate and postdoctoral alumni. This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to gain experience in a professional setting, work with various professional staff with responsibilities across multiple disciplines, and contribute to major campus initiatives that will have a broad and visible impact.
The Communications GSR, under the direction of the Director of Communications, will have a key role in updating the Grad Division Website, constructing graphics using various Adobe Creative Suite Software and taking part in photo/video projects.
This is a 25% position. Eligible students will be in good academic standing. Performance in the role will be evaluated quarterly. Academic performance during employment is also evaluated to ensure satisfactory academic progress.
Successful candidates for this position will begin in Summer 2019.
Assisting in the design and creation of electronic and printed information, including the Graduate Division website
Designing and producing print media including posters, brochures, annual reports and other publications for the Graduate Division
Designing and executing the technical aspects of the layout of such publications to prepare them for printing
Develop multimedia content for website and social networks, including the in-house filming and editing of videos
Other duties necessary for the fulfillment of departmental communications needs
Accomplishing strategic communications goals using Internet-based tools.
Advanced Ph.D. or M.F.A. student
Expert level experience with Adobe Creative Suite applications, including Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign or comparable products
Experience with accomplishing strategic communication goals using Internet-based tools such as websites, wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and custom applications
Attention to the aesthetic and technical aspects of the layout
Demonstrate creative aptitude in graphics and communicative projects
Ability to function both within a team unit and with minimal supervision
Calling All Student Innovators and ANTrepreneurs!
Do you have a great idea for a business, startup or product but need some financial help to get your idea off the ground? Our Student Startup Fund offers micro-grants to UCI students and alumni to help them develop their innovative ideas. Applications are now open and are accepted on a rolling basis.
Click here to apply.
Request for Proposals | 2020 UC National Laboratory Fees Research Program
UC Research Initiatives (UCRI) has announced the 2020 Request for Proposals for the UC National Laboratory Fees Research Program. This year’s competition offers two distinct funding opportunities:
- The UC Multicampus-National Laboratory Collaborative Research and Training (CRT) award
Proposals in this category must focus on collaborative research and training activities in one of the following three targeted areas:
- Accelerator research ⚬ Quantum information science ⚬ Wildfire-related research
- The UC-National Laboratory In-Residence Graduate Fellowship
UC Research Initiatives is pleased to announce the release of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for The 2020 UC-National Laboratory In-Residence Graduate Fellowship, a funding opportunity for UC graduate students in any field of research that aligns with the missions of Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories. The RFP for this opportunity is attached, and available on our website. Please circulate this RFP widely to UC faculty and graduate students who may be interested.
Click the hyperlink(s) above for the full Request for Proposals (RFP) for each opportunity.
To support the development of proposal ideas and collaborative teams, UC campuses are organizing one workshop for each thematic topic of the CRT RFP. Please visit the workshop webpage for event information and locations*.
*Attendance at the workshops is not a requirement for submitting a proposal, and the workshop organizers may limit attendance based on space or budget constraints.
Two informational webinars have been scheduled for the Fellowship program, featuring current Fellows and national laboratory liaisons to provide first-hand information about the fellowship, training opportunities at the national labs, and how the In-Residence Fellowship fits into a UC doctoral program. Dates and registration links are available on the program website.
Brews and Brains- Opportunities to Speak
Are you passionate about science communication and outreach? Do you want to engage with the Orange County community and enhance public understanding of science? Join us at Brews & Brains! Brews & Brains is a UCI graduate student-led research communication group with over 2,000 local members. We are committed to engaging with the broader public through providing UCI researchers from all disciplines with the skills and a venue to hone their public speaking skills.
We meet every other Tuesday to hear from a UCI trainee about their latest cutting-edge research on nearly every topic imaginable, from how artificial intelligence can learn to detect lung cancer, how butterflies see the world, why meth-addicted rats can’t get through rehab, and why the data show it really was a bad idea for your teacher to give you detention back in the 8th grade. Our upcoming events can be seen here: https://www.meetup.com/Brews-
STEM Solutions in Public Policy Award
UC Center Sacramento is pleased to announce the STEM Solutions in Public Policy Award.
This award will recognize one or more outstanding proposals for new California legislation from UC STEM graduate students. The winner(s) will receive a $250 research stipend and – should their bill advance through the legislative process – will travel to Sacramento to convene with Legislators and/or legislative staff (expenses covered by UCCS).
UC terminates subscriptions with Elsevier in the push for open access to publicly funded research
As a leader in the global movement toward open access to publicly funded research, the University of California is taking a firm stand by deciding not to renew its subscriptions with Elsevier. Despite months of contract negotiations, Elsevier was unwilling to meet UC’s key goal: securing universal open access to UC research while containing the rapidly escalating costs associated with for-profit journals. The Academic Senate issued a statement endorsing UC’s position. Learn more.
FINANCIAL AID INTRODUCES QLESS: VIRTUAL LINES
Effective March 1, 2019, The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships introduced 'QLess', an online check-in system that will reduce your waiting time to speak to a Financial Aid representative. No more waiting in long lines!
QLess will provide you with text updates on where you are in line and will predict wait time so you only need to be in the office when they are ready for you. QLess allows you to add yourself to the line from virtually anywhere so you can wait wherever you want, receive wait time updates, and get notified when it’s your turn.
Three ways to join the line:
- Download the QLess app onto your electronic device
- Text 'UC Irvine' to 949-304-5853
- Go Online to join the line from any computer
CHARLOTTE W. NEWCOMBE DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
“The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships are designed to encourage original and significant study of ethical or religious values in all fields of the humanities and social sciences, and particularly to help Ph.D. candidates in these fields complete their dissertation work in a timely manner. In addition to topics in religious studies or in ethics (philosophical or religious), dissertations appropriate to the Newcombe Fellowship competition might explore the ethical implications of foreign policy, the values influencing political decisions, the moral codes of other cultures, and religious or ethical issues reflected in history or literature.
Since the first round of competition in 1981, more than 1,200 Newcombe Fellows have been named. Fellows from early years of the program are now senior faculty members at major research universities and selective liberal arts colleges, curators and directors at significant scholarly archives, and leaders and policymakers at nonprofit organizations and in cabinet-level government agencies. In the past decade, national honors such as the MacArthur Fellowship, Pulitzer Prize in History, the Guggenheim Fellowship, and election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences have been accorded to more than a dozen Newcombe Fellows—a number that will continue to grow as more and more Fellows enter the most productive phases of their careers.”
Save the Date for the 2019 Conte Center@UCI Annual Symposium
DIVISION OF TEACHING & EXCELLENCE FALL WORKSHOPS
The Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) is proud to offer workshops throughout the Winter quarter. Topics include using multiple forms of assessment, involving yourself in the classroom learning environment, and reasons why we should not teach to the "average" student. In addition, we will have an information session for graduate students and postdocs covering our most popular programs! Lastly, we will be offering the Course Design Certification Program as well. So RSVP and find out more about how these can count towards the Certificate in Teaching Excellence, click below!
Contact Person: Dr. Matthew Mahavongtrakul at firstname.lastname@example.org
OUTSTANDING PAPER IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
With proceeds from the National Academy of Sciences William and Katherine Estes Award for her work on nuclear weapons, Etel Solingen, the Thomas T. and Elizabeth C. Tierney Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies and Distinguished Professor of political science, has established a new graduate award.
The Outstanding Paper in International Relations award is open to all UCI graduate students working in that field. Eligible papers must be of publishable quality, of the caliber that would be expected in a major International Relations journal. Papers completed between December 1st, 2017 and December 1st ,2018 are eligible, including those already published or in the press. Nominations will be accepted only from members of faculty, in formal memo or letter format, and should include sufficient detail to enable evaluation of the paper's strength and originality.
Three faculty members will serve on the selections committee.
The award amount is $1,000; the 2018-19 winner will be recognized during the School of Social Science Order of Merit ceremony in June 2019.
Click here for more details.
GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPPORT GROUP
Pre-group Meeting Required.
Saimir Thano, Ph.D.
This is a graduate student process-oriented support group that focuses on increasing insight in order to better understanding self and others. Through the interactive nature of the group members may engage in discussion and explorations of diverse topics including academic concerns, personal growth, and varies relationships, such as family, academic, professional, and romantic. Giving and receiving of interpersonal feedback is also an important component of this group.
203 Student Services I
Irvine, CA 92697
INVENTION TRANSFER GROUP FELLOWSHIP
Fellowships with the Invention Transfer Group (ITG) offer UCI graduate or professional students, or postdocs a hands-on introduction to university technology transfer and intellectual property management. Technology transfer is a mix of science, business, and law. Under the direction of a Licensing Officer at ITG, fellows will assist in conducting technology assessments, prior art searches, writing invention summaries, and initiating market research of UCI inventions. This opportunity gives fellows experience analyzing innovative technologies, and an understanding of the patenting and commercialization processes, while providing an excellent resource to the UCI inventor community. This fellowship is part-time and paid.
- UCI graduate-level (Ph.D., M.S., M.B.A., M.D. or J.D.) student or postdoctoral scholar
- The student should have completed at least one year of graduate studies, and, if a Ph.D. student, have passed their qualifying exams
- Scientific background in the life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, computer sciences, or medicine
- Must have excellent written communication
- Ability to adhere to deadlines
- Submit resume and questionnaire to ITG@uci.edu
- Applicants invited for interviews will be assigned a short case study to be completed within 1 week
- Approval from faculty advisor, if the fellow is a graduate student or postdoc. Postdocs may be required to reduce their appointment if adding this fellowship would bring them over 100% appointment
- Ability to devote 5-8 hours per week to the program (some assignments may be completed remotely)
- Minimum six-month commitment
UCI STUDENTS: GET AN ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION TO NEW YORK TIMES COURTESY OF UCI LIBRARIES
UCI is the only UC Campus to give online subscriptions to their students, staff, and faculty. In order to activate your account, please follow these steps:
1. While on campus and connected to UCI’s network, visit AccessNYT.com
2. Create a NYTimes.com account using your school email address.
3. Download your free NYT mobile app at nytimes.com/mobile
The expiration of your pass will be shown to you upon activation. You may renew your complimentary pass upon expiration.
To activate, you must be an eligible student, faculty, or staff member at UCI. Does not include e-reader editions, Times Insider Content or digital versions of the New York Times Crossword. Mobile apps are not supported on all devices. Users receive unlimited access to archived articles outside of the date range 1923-1980; articles within that date range are subject to limited access. Other restrictions apply.
For more information, please contact email@example.com. To begin setting up your account, see this link: http://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/
OFF-CAMPUS ONLINE RESOURCES AVAILABLE THROUGH THE UCI LIBRARIES
The UCI Libraries hope that the winter recess is a time of rest and rejuvenation. If, for some of you, rejuvenation includes leaving campus and doing research while visiting family or friends, or at a workshop or conference, please remember that you can access the Libraries’ electronic full-text journals, e-books, and other electronic resources using UCI’s Virtual Private Network (VPN). We recommend the software version.
And the UCI Libraries participate in a reference consortium that provides chat reference assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week when we’re not available to help you.
Brews and Brains- Opportunities to Lead and Speak
Are you passionate about science communication and outreach? Do you want to engage with the Orange County community and enhance public understanding of science? Join us at Brews & Brains as we expand our leadership team! Brews & Brains is a UCI graduate student-led research communication group with over 2,000 local members. We are committed to engaging with the broader public through providing UCI researchers from all disciplines with the skills and a venue to hone their public speaking skills.
We meet every other Tuesday to hear from a UCI trainee about their latest cutting-edge research on nearly every topic imaginable, from how artificial intelligence can learn to detect lung cancer, how butterflies see the world, why meth-addicted rats can’t get through rehab, and why the data show it really was a bad idea for your teacher to give you detention back in the 8th grade.
We are looking for social media, campus, and community coordinators, as well as a treasurer. We are always welcoming speakers too. Contact Sarah Cross (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ted Yoo (email@example.com) for more information.
TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS AT BELLEVUE COLLEGE - VARYING DEADLINES
Interested in a faculty career at a teaching institution and finishing your Master's or Doctoral degree? Bellevue College near Seattle, Washington is currently recruiting for tenure-track faculty positions in Art, English, History, Mathematics, and Nuclear Medicine Technology. Please visit Bellevue College’s employment webpage for more information on the open faculty positions and how to apply.
THE SCIENCE POLICY GROUP AT UCI IS LOOKING FOR MEMBERS
The Science Policy Group at UCI is an active association of students interested in science policy and advocacy. All graduate students are welcome. Our mission is to encourage discussion, education, and involvement in and around issues of the interactions between science, governance, and policy-making. We also help members find opportunities to get hands-on experience working for policy-makers, nonprofits, and other groups related to their interests. We meet once every two weeks and usually have a guest speaker working in the field.
CIRTL-FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DEVELOPING TEACHING/PEDAGOGICAL AND EDUCATION RESEARCH SKILLS
UCI is a member of Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL), a nationwide network of research universities that support pedagogical development (improved teaching skills) for graduate students and postdocs. Via this network, CIRTL provides online courses and supports on-campus communities for future faculty interested in evidence-based STEM teaching and education research.
At UCI, UCI-GPS-CIRTL is a partnership between the UCI Graduate Division and the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI). UCI graduate students (and postdocs) can take advantage of CIRTL resources in two ways: 1) enroll in workshops and programs here on campus, and 2) utilize CIRTL network/online courses and resources. Students can earn CIRTL certificates (Associate, Practitioner, and Scholar); these certificate levels are described on this webpage.
You can sign up here for the UCI-GPS-CIRTL listserv to receive information about professional development opportunities through CIRTL! Trainees from all disciplines are welcome to participate, though the majority of examples will be STEM-focused. We anticipate sending approximately one e-mail per week or less with updates. For general inquiries, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: During Winter quarter, Dr. Adrienne Williams from the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) is meeting with grads and postdocs interested in pursuing a Teaching as Research (TAR) project. If you want to participate or have additional questions about CIRTL, contact her at email@example.com.
To receive updates regarding CIRTL Network (online) events, click here.
SEEDS Graduate Student Survey
The Ecological Society of America’s SEEDS - Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity and Sustainability - program is planning to develop workshops for graduate students, with priority to ESA SEEDS alumni and alumni of other diversity programs for underrepresented minority communities. Our goal is to develop the support network during the first few years of their MS or Ph.D. programs and to provide opportunities to deepen and enhance new professional and scientific skills. For the first workshop, we are looking to team up with the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). The mission of SESYNC is to bring together the science of the natural world with the science of human behavior and decision-making to find solutions to complex environmental problems.
Take the survey here
Sign up for the Grad Eaters mailing list
"Grad Eaters! Are you a graduate student studying a food studies related topic? Are you hungry to connect with other grad students pursuing food-related research? Join Grad Eaters in Food Studies! Sign up for the mailing list here: https://goo.gl/forms/
DISCOUNT ARTS CARD FOR CTSA PRODUCTIONS/EVENTS/PERFORMANCES
What: Claire Trevor School of the Arts offers a Student Arts Pass to full-time UCI registrants, pre-loaded with discounted tickets to the performances of your choice*. Get $5 off the regular student price with a 5-ticket Student Arts Pass ($50); $15 off with a 10-ticket Arts Pass ($95); or $45 with a 20-ticket Pass ($175) – a savings of 10-20%! Purchase your Student Arts Pass at the Arts Box Office or online. Call (949) 824-2787 or email for more information.
There is just one remaing workshop this spring quarter. Don’t miss out!
- Introducing the Fulbright U.S. Student Program Opportunities – Wednesday, May 29 from 12:00PM – 1:00PM
Tuesdays from 10:00AM – 12:00PM Lauren Lyon from the Division of Career Pathways provides career advising for both academic and non-academic positions. No appointment necessary; first come, first served. Drop by anytime to ask the Graduate Career Educator questions about job search, resumes/CVs, interviewing, & more.
Come meet with a peer communication consultant to get strategies to help you deliver more impactful talks about their research, prepare for interviews, or help with reducing anxiety when speaking. Appointments are 30 minutes.
- Writing Consultants – Appointments available daily from 9:00AM – 7:00PM
GRC writing consultants can review academic publications, dissertation/thesis materials, and provide feedback on job application materials (ex. CV, resume, cover letter). Schedule an appointment by clicking here or calling 949-824-3849.
- The GRC hours are Monday – Thursday from 9AM-7PM and Fridays from 9AM-5PM.
Need additional information about GRC workshops and events:
YOU’RE INVITED: International Center End of Year Celebration – Friday, 5/31
Join the International Center for an enjoyable night filled with fun memories and laughter to celebrate the end of the year! Food will be provided! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
5PM – 6:30PM
Pacific Ballrooms ABC – UCI Student Center
NASA Postdoctoral Fellowship
The NASA Postdoctoral Program offers the U.S. and international scientists the opportunity to advance their research while contributing to NASA's scientific goals. The NPP supports fundamental science; explores the undiscovered; promotes intellectual growth; and encourages scientific connections.
Selected by a competitive peer-review process, NPP Fellows complete one- to three-year Fellowship appointments that advance NASA's missions in earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, space bioscience, aeronautics and engineering, human exploration and space operations, and astrobiology.
Current research opportunities can be viewed online: https://npp.usra.edu/opportunities/
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in hand before beginning the fellowship but may apply while completing the degree requirements. U.S. citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents, and foreign nationals eligible for J-1 status as a Research Scholar may apply. Stipends start at $60,000 per year, with supplements for high cost-of-living areas and for certain academic specialties. Financial assistance is available for relocation as well as subsidized health insurance, and $10,000 per year is provided for professional and programmatic travel. Applications are accepted three times each year:
• March 1
• July 1
• November 1
FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY: CANCER PREVENTION & RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF TEXAS
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is currently accepting applications for the CPRIT TRIUMPH Postdoctoral Fellowship in Translational Cancer Research. This three-year fellowship provides basic, translational, and clinical training and aims to further develop talented Ph.D. or MD/PhDs into successful clinical/translational research scientists. Applications are reviewed quarterly with remaining 2019 due dates of March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, 2019. Additional information regarding eligibility, application process and our program is found at www.mdanderson.org/CPRITTRIUMPH. Please contact Dr. Kari Brewer Savannah, Program Manager, with any questions at email@example.com
The Lawrence Fellowship is a highly-competitive postdoctoral position at LLNL that is open to all technical disciplines. Fellowships are awarded to candidates with exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. Typically, two to four fellowships are awarded each year, and the awards are for three years. Fellows are free to pursue their own research agenda under the guidance of a senior staff scientist who serves as a mentor. The fellows most often conduct their research in a collaborative, multidisciplinary manner with others in a team environment.
Scooters 'N Chairs Spring 2019 Student Scholarship
Scooters 'N Chairs present a scholarship of $1000 every semester to eligible students who are currently registered at an officially accredited University or College.
Please write an essay on an experience over the past semester that required your use of strength & perseverance to overcome. Please limit your essay to 2000 words.
Deadline: June 1st, 2019
ROTARY GLOBAL GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS $30,000 PER YEAR FOR STUDENT RESEARCH/TRAVEL - ROLLING DEADLINES
The Rotary Global Grant Scholarships support graduate student academic and research endeavors in a foreign country. Awards are for $30,000 per year and students can receive multi-year awards. For more information go the website, click on service opportunities and Global Grant Scholars for scholarship objectives, selection process, selection criteria, schedule, and preliminary application. UCI students are encouraged to apply.
When: Applications are accepted throughout the year and reviewed as they are received.
THE HORIZONS FELLOWSHIP - ROLLING DEADLINES
The Horizons Fellowship supports 10 outstanding university students in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. The program provides immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need not have a computer science background! Our curriculum, developed by ex-Salesforce and Optimizely engineers alongside PhDs in computer science, is designed to teach students how to build web, mobile, and desktop applications. We have 4-month semester programs and 3-month summer programs in cities across the U.S.
The Horizons Mentor Network includes current/past employees of firms such as Google, Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Snapchat, and more. As a Horizons student/graduate, you will have permanent access to this exceptional group of mentors to help with career choices, general mentorship, and more.
Past Horizonites have come from a variety of schools and backgrounds. Students have hailed from Harvard, Princeton, UPenn/Wharton, Columbia, Northwestern, Brown, Michigan and more. We’ve welcomed National Math Olympiad winners, USA Computing Olympiad participants, renowned college entrepreneurs, students with perfect SAT/ACT scores, talented designers, photographers, and more as part of our previous cohort.
Currently enrolled in (or recently graduated) an undergrad or graduate university program
Submission of a resume and standardized test scores on the website
Series of fit and logic interviews
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR OPPORTUNITY AT WEIZMANN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
What: The Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel is interested in attracting the highest-achieving postdoctoral researchers from premier North American universities through the Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholars Program. For more information, please visit websites to learn more about the postdoctoral fellow's program at Weizmann Institute of Science and the Zuckerman ScholarsProgram websites.How: Interested advanced doctoral students should contact Celina Mojica, Director of Diversity, Extramural Funding, and Postdoctoral Affairs.
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