Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2023 Emerging Researchers National Conference
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PRISM, A Postdoctoral Recruitment Initiative
Stanford University Please spread the word and/or Apply NOW for Stanford’s flagship postdoc recruitment program, Stanford PRISM!
PRISM is open to graduate students from all backgrounds and in all fields, though we especially encourage applicants from the broad spectrum of identities that are underrepresented in academia to apply. Through PRISM, students visit campus to explore the postdoc training environment, build relationships with faculty, and determine whether advanced training at Stanford would support their career goals.
Workforce Development Manager
Columbia Engineering See link
PREP at Einstein
Albert Einstein College of Medicine One-year full time research experience
Program Goal: To encourage individuals from groups underrepresented in the biomedical and behavioral sciences and who have recently obtained their baccalaureate degrees to earn a Ph.D. degree in biomedically relevant sciences through well-designed academic enhancements and extensive research experiences
Columbia Engineering REU
Columbia Engineering See link
Summer physics research (REU)
UMD College Park TREND Join 9 other undergrads at UMD College Park in summer to do paid, mentored nonlinear dynamics physics research + participate in community building and professional development activities. Topics include chaos, lasers, robots, biophysics, sensors, photonics, plasma, machine learning, turbulence, and more! Find out more or set up a one-on-one meeting on our website.
Multiple REU opportunities at Boston University
Boston University Summer research opportunities in nanotech, biomedical engineering, materials science, mechanical engineering, optics and photonics, and electrical and computer engineering. Projects involve a wide rang of topics including tissue engineering, robotics, MEMS, cancer imaging, materials science, and more.
For undergraduate students at 2 and 4 year colleges.
Please visit our website for more information!
Propel Postdoctoral Fellowship
Stanford University The Stanford School of Medicine’s Propel Postdoctoral Scholars Program is for incoming and early postdoctoral scholars who come from backgrounds historically underrepresented in academia, and who have an interest in becoming faculty in the biological, biomedical, or population-based sciences.
Application is open now until June 1, 2023 Funding: 2 years of $80,000 salary & benefits plus $5,000 per year in supplemental funds Eligibility: check website for full eligibility - https://propel.stanford.edu/apply/eligibility/
REU Opportunity-Spend a summer in Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 doing research at the interphase of Biology 🧬 and Computer Science 💻
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras IQ BIO REU is a summer research and student development program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that offers opportunities for undergraduate students from universities and colleges that lack a strong research component and those from groups that have been historically underrepresented in STEM fields.
For 9 weeks, starting on the first Monday of June, ten (10) students will be immersed in a wide array of high-impact practices including participation in a mentored research project in partnership with faculty members from the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Campus (UPR-RP). The program offers training and practice for fluency in computational and quantitative skills, data analysis, and bioinformatics and myriad opportunities for career development.
Applications for summer 2023 are open. Apply by March 1, 2023
Bioscience Scholars Summer Program
UCLA This program provides a summer research experience (8-10 weeks) at UCLA in the Biosciences. We provide travel, housing, and a generous stipend. Come by the UCLA booth to learn more!
NSF-funded PostBac Opportunity in the Biological Sciences in Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 🌴
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras RaMP-UP aims to provide students that have completed their B.S. degrees with the opportunity to gain meaningful experiences in research and professional development within a supportive research environment. Students will be working during one year on a project at one of the program mentors’ laboratories, will receive intensive training in biological research, and will participate in educational activities centered on topics of interest as well as professional development activities. Participants will be expected to present their work in scientific meetings and publish their findings.
Summer REU Program 2023, Florida Tech
Florida Institute of Technology Freshman to Senior, no prerequisite is required. Paid internship: Statistical models and machine learning with applications to geoscience, From May 15 to July 8. Application deadline: March 19. Stipend, meal plan, free housing, travel.
Laboratory Instructor and Coordinator, Biological Sciences - Goucher College
Goucher College The Biological Sciences Department aims to provide broad training for our students who pursue teaching, non-profit, research, health, and other science careers. The first four semesters of our curriculum have been redesigned by employing best practices that have been shown to engage and retain students, particularly students from first-generation or under-represented minority backgrounds. This includes development of lab and scientific communication skills and expansion of our course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) This position incorporates teaching and lab support duties. The employee will teach one section of an undergraduate lab course in molecular biology or microbiology per semester. Associated responsibilities include collaborating with the course teaching team to design and test new lab activities and to create and grade assignments; managing the course Canvas site; providing office hours for students in the course; preparing supplies for experiments; setting up and taking down the lab classroom; and supervising/mentoring undergraduate TAs for the course. The lab support duties will serve courses in the program in general, including 100- and 200-level, post-baccalaureate pre-med lab courses, and possibly other courses depending on the staffing and needs of the program. Associated responsibilities include ordering and preparing supplies for experiments, and general maintenance of supplies and equipment.
REU in Sensory Ecology
University of Cincinnati https://www.uc-bio-reu.com
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Southern University and A&M College There are four (4) vacancies for this position. Job Description: This is a 9 month tenure track assistant professor position. The duties of this position are (1) teach graduate and/or undergraduate mathematics courses; (2) to apply for research and education grants; (3) to advise undergraduate mathematics and physics majors (mathematics concentration); (4) to assist in the recruitment of undergraduate and graduate students to the program; (5) to conduct research in mathematics or related field and other tasks of instruction, research, and service germane to the accomplishment of the mission of the University.
Minimal Qualifications: Applicant must hold an earned Ph.D. degree in Pure or Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Sciences, or related program/discipline. Postdoctoral experience in the field is preferred. Must have record of recent (within the past five years) research, scholarly research publications in refereed journals, and successful teaching experience at the college or university level. Must demonstrate verbal and written communication skills for effective teaching, research and related tasks, including public service. The position seeks a research mathematician with established research.
How to Apply: Interested applicants must submit a letter of application, state of teaching philosophy, CV and complete a Southern University employment application (click here) by March 1, 2023.Applicants must also request letters of recommendation from three professionals to be sent to email@example.com
Point of Contact:
Dr. Rachel Vincent-Finley
International Research Experiences in Design of Next Generation VR Simulation based Training Approaches
Department of Computer Science, Oklahoma State University This is a new project (first year is 2022) focusing on research involving STEM students from universities in the US going to do research each summer either in Germany or France. Their research activities will deal with designing 3D Virtual / Mixed Reality simulation approaches related to supporting smart health and manufacturing contexts. Interested students need to have a strong programming background and knowledge of C#. They will interact and collaborate with researchers and students at these overseas labs.
Participants can be either undergrad or grad students and will spend two months in June and July each year at research labs in either University of Erlangen-Nurnberg (Germany) or ENSAM Chalon-Sur-Saone (France) Germany or France. Apart from a stipend, all the necessary expenses including travel food and lodging will be paid for. Participating students will also have opportunities for unique cultural experiences in these respective countries
Additional information can be found on the website link provided.
NSF REU SITE: Research Experiences in Information Centric Engineering (ICE)
Department of Computer Science, Oklahoma State University The project goal is to introduce STEM undergraduate students to research activities in information centric engineering (ICE) topics in Engineering, Manufacturing and Bio Medical fields. This REU will provide an exciting research experience to STEM undergraduate students designing Virtual/Mixed Reality models, environments and systems in various process domains ranging from robotics to NASA Moon missions.
This REU project is open to all STEM majors who are US citizens or permanent residents. There is also a specific focus to encourage students with physical and learning challenges to be exposed to such information centric research areas and kindle their interest in IT oriented careers. We are also encouraging autistic students enrolled in STEM program to participate in our program as well. If you don’t have software or computer skills, you are still encouraged to apply.
We will work with you on an individual basis to help acquire and/or develop your computing and research skills. Apart from a stipend, students will receive allocations for travel, food and lodging expenses.
Interested students can send an email to Professor Cecil (firstname.lastname@example.org). Additional information can be found on the website link provided.