Graduate School Info

  • Hurry! Applications are due December 8th, 2011.

  • National Institute of Mental Health

    December 1, 2011 at 9:17 am

    Full-time position beginning late May/early June 2012

  • Mayo Graduate School

    November 15, 2011 at 11:26 am

    Preparing Future Leaders in Biomedical Research and Education

  • DANTA

    November 8, 2010 at 12:51 pm

    DANTA: Association for Conservation of the Tropics Winter 2010/2011 and Summer 2011 Field Courses

     

    Danta: Association for Conservation of the Tropics is pleased to announce its winter and summer 2011 field courses in tropical biology. The courses are intended for undergraduates or early graduate level students who have a keen interest in tropical biology and conservation, but have little or no experience of working in a tropical environment. Participants may enroll on either a credit or non-credit basis.

     

    Courses will be held in Costa Rica’s spectacular Osa Peninsula. As one of the largest tracts of rain forest north of the Amazon, this area is renowned for high animal and plant diversity. It is one of only a few places in Costa Rica that has jaguar, puma, sea turtles and four species of monkey (mantled howler monkey, black-handed spider monkey, white-faced capuchin and squirrel monkey). It is also home to nearly 4,000 plant species, including trees more than 200 feet tall. All students participating in our programs will have opportunity to be involved in applied conservation and community service.

     

    Winter 2010/2011 Course

     

    Primate Behavior and Conservation (December 28, 2010

    January 17, 2011) Instructors: Kimberly Dingess, Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington; Dr. Jessica Westin, Anthropology, Penn State and Dr. Klaus Zuberbühler, Psychology, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

     

    Summer 2011 Course

     

    Primate Behavior and Conservation (June 15

    July 12). Coordinator: Kimberly Dingess, Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington.

    Sea Turtle Conservation and Tropical Herpetology (July 14

    August 10): Instructors: Dr. Steffen Reichle, Dept. of Science Education, The Nature Conservancy; and Dr. Dirk Embert, Science/Conservation Officer, Fundacion Amigos de la Naturaleza, Bolivia.

     

    As much of our advertising is done by word-of-mouth, we encourage you to spread the word by forwarding this email to students or friends who may be interested in our programs.

    For more information, please visit our website at www.DANTA.info or email conservation@danta.info

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    We hope to see you in Costa Rica!

  • SARS - AIDS - Ebola - Avian Influenza – Anthrax - Botulism - Plague - West Nile Virus –Mad Cow Disease - Smallpox

     
Over 60% of all infectious diseases of animals can also affect humans, and incidences of new, emerging zoonotic infectious diseases are on the rise. Veterinarian-scientists, by virtue of their broad experience in multiple species and extensive training in both molecular and whole animal contexts, are uniquely qualified to address the complex problems presented in modern biomedical research. 

     For over 40 years, the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine has provided an outstanding environment for the training of future veterinarian-scientists through its VMD/PhD Program. Find out more about how you can impact tomorrow ’s medicine for all species at www.PennVetPhD.org

  • We’re excited to announce that the University of Michigan Program in Biomedical Sciences (PIBS) has developed a video overview of our program so that you can learn all about PIBS and Ann Arbor from the mouths of our students and faculty.  

    You can check out the full video or short clips on the main PIBS website:

    You can also find it on YouTube and Facebook!

    Please feel free to share this new resource with your students when discussing Michigan for their graduate studies.

  • The Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC) at Columbia
    University offers education programs serving undergraduate and graduate
    students as well as professionals. CERC's programs provide opportunities for
    critical skill building and problem-solving in conservation and
    sustainability. Please share the opportunities below with your colleagues
    and anyone you know who may be interested.

    Non-science majors take:
    Summer Ecosystem Experiences for Undergraduates (SEE-U)
    Undergraduate field study courses in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and the
    Hudson River Valley. Introduces students to ecology and conservation biology
    through lecture and lab courses that allow undergraduates of all majors to
    study in the field and earn up to six science credits, which fulfill core
    science requirements at Columbia. Fellowship is available. Covered by
    Columbia's Tuition Benefits.

    Visit:

    www.cerc.columbia.edu/?Id=see-u for more information on SEE-U.

     

    Working professionals choose:
    CERC's Certificate Evening Program for Professionals
    Evening classes designed for the working professional provide an in-depth
    understanding of the science, economics, and today's critical issues of
    environmental sustainability. Columbia affiliates are eligible to receive a
    special tuition rate.
    Sign up now for Spring '10 courses. Visit:
    http://www.cerc.columbia.edu/?Id=certificate

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    For more information on CERC and all of our education programs please visit
    our website at: www.cerc.columbia.edu/?Id=home

    For a list of our upcoming Information Sessions please visit:
    www.cerc.columbia.edu/?Id=news-events
    RSVP to: Desmond Beirne, Programs Associate, at djb2104@columbia.edu

    or


    212-854-0149.

    CERC is located on the 10th Floor of Schermerhorn Extension on Columbia
    University's Morningside Campus. For directions please visit:
    www.cerc.columbia.edu/?Id=location-directions

  • Neuroscience at Princeton University

    November 16, 2009 at 12:00 pm

    Ph.D. in Neuroscience at Princeton University : Application deadline Dec 1.

  • Latin American Studies at Stanford

    November 3, 2009 at 9:32 am

    The interdisciplinary curriculum is ideal for students with interest in Latin America and background in a wide variety of fields, including: anthropology, ecology, economics, environmental studies, government & politics, history, sociology, and Spanish & Portuguese language/cultural studies.

    The recently restructured program is in its fourth year and is currently accepting applications for the 2010-2011 school year. Please distribute the attached (pdf) flier to students and faculty as appropriate.

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions. brochure

    Emily Davis


    Program Coordinator
    Center for Latin American Studies
    Bolivar House
    582 Alvarado Row
    Stanford, CA 94305
    650.725.0383
    eadavis@stanford.edu

  • We encourage participation of out-of-state students through National Student Exchange and other similar programs.  Applications are due April 1, 2010 for the fall 2010, but may be submitted at any time before that date.  The minor is available in just over one semester and while exchange students are encouraged to remain in residency at UM during the spring semester, program requirements can be completed from their home college or university.

  • Cancer Research Training - U of Penn

    October 1, 2009 at 10:59 am

    The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine provides an outstanding environment for the training of future veterinary scientists through our combined VMD-PhD (DVM-PhD) program.

  • Graduate Program - Purdue

    October 1, 2009 at 10:53 am

    Purdue University graduate program