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Fellowships

October 22, 2012

Spring 2013 | Biology Fellows Program
Summer 2013 | Koch Summer Fellow Program, Institute for Humane Studies

Spring 2013 | Biology Fellows Program

Biology Fellows Program: online applications are available now!

The deadline for online applications to the Biology Fellows Program (BFP) for Spring 2013 Research is November 9th at 12 pm (noon).

BFP provides financial support ($1700) for students to do research in the biological sciences for those whose financial need makes such work difficult on an unpaid basis. Students also participate in seminars and professional development workshops on biological research related topics, as well as a student-run research symposium in May 2013. BFP scholars work 10 hours/week during the Spring semester. The program seeks to increase the number of students from underrepresented groups and women doing research. However, all qualified U.C. Berkeley undergraduates are encouraged to apply and will be considered equally. Visit http://bsp.berkeley.edu/bfp.html for the application and more details about BFP. For additional questions, check out our FAQ section on the website http://bsp.berkeley.edu/bfpfaq.html.

BFP is supported in part from a grant to U.C. Berkeley from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute through the Precollege and Undergraduate Science Education Program and through the generous support of a U.C. Berkeley Alumna.


Summer 2013 | Koch Summer Fellow Program, Institute for Humane Studies

Application Now Available for Summer Policy Internships
Application deadline: January 31

The Institute for Humane Studiesis pleased to announce that the 2013 application is now open for paid summer public policy internships through the Koch Summer Fellow Program (KSFP).

Highlights:

•Eight weeks of paid work experience with federal and state-based think tanks, and policy organizations (placements based on interests and availability)
•Opportunities to learn from experts and fellow participants during two weeklong policy seminars in Washington, DC
•Meaningful interaction with individuals interested in advancing individual liberty and economic opportunity through public policy
•Stipend, travel allowance, and housing assistance

What are the benefits of becoming a Koch Summer Fellow? Participants consistently report that KSFP is a life-changing experience that forges lasting friendships and translates into solid steps toward a successful career.

More information here: http://www.theihs.org/koch-summer-fellow-program