At Nebraska, our Summer Research Program offers students an excellent opportunity to hone research skills and to experience life as a graduate student at a Big Ten university. Students will enhance their academic resume, work closely with faculty and peers, and have fun with social and professional development activities, all while receiving numerous benefits. They are committed to quality mentoring and research projects and limit summer offerings to active research labs and projects led by faculty who have established themselves as excellent undergraduate student mentors.
The online application makes it easy for students to apply for up to three different research groups. Priority review of applications begins Thursday, February 1. More information regarding the summer research program is available.
Want to jump start your search for the right research program? Check out this listing of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students.
Indiana University has an active and growing biochemistry research community. The faculty that participate involved in this graduate program are passionate about their research interests, which span nearly all aspects of the structure, function and dynamics of proteins, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. If you are considering graduate and PhD studies in biochemistry, check out Indiana University’s program via the flyer below.
Registration for WoPhyS ’17 is available online, along with details about the conference location and accommodations. There is no registration fee and all local costs are covered. Travel scholarships are available for undergraduates who present a talk or poster.
Visit the website for more information or for concerns.
Part time, temporary positions providing database-building support for chemical literature curation for products is available at CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society.
A degree in or working toward a degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or a related science.
Successful completion of at least one course of organic chemistry.
Familiarity with scientific terminology
Ability to work part time for at least 12 months and/or have at least a sophomore standing in a Biochemistry, Chemistry, or Chemical Engineering related degree program with at least 12 months remaining until graduation.
Good organizational, reading comprehension, problem solving, self-management, and communication skills
For information about the position and the company can be found at their website, including the position application.
SafeWhite is a company committed to discovering and developing safe alternatives for teeth whitening. SafeWhite is evaluating a series of natural and bio-inspired materials as an alternative to peroxide bleaching. Located in the rev1Ventures building near the campus, this company is looking for OSU graduates who thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.
Full-time employees are eligible for company benefits including insurance (Health, Dental, Vision) and paid time off, including Holidays.
Requirements and responsibilities, as well as the application, can be found at their website.
If you are looking for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (614) 340-1450.
The Natural and Mathematical Sciences announce the 2017 research forum for undergraduate students majoring in or conducting research in Actuarial Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer and Information Science, Data Analytics, Evolution and Ecology, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Microbiology, Molecular Genetics, Physics, and Zoology.
The Undergraduate Research Forum will be held day, Monday, April 10, 2017, 2:00–5:30 pm, in the atrium of the Physics Research Building. All students interested in undergraduate research in math and science are welcome to attend.
Certificates and a $50 gift card are awarded for the presenters of each poster, and prizes are given for the best poster award.
Abstract deadline: 12:00 pm (noon), Monday, April 3, 2017
Those interested in submitting an abstract and present need to register. For more information and a rundown of the forum schedule, take a look at their website.
All Junior and Senior science majors should be aware of theinformation session and on-campus interviews hosted by Covance here at the Ohio State University, March 1-2. Take advantage of the opportunity to speak with Covance employees who were once Ohio State students themselves, and discover what it’s like to work at one of the world’s leading drug development organizations. They have full-time positions, and paid summer internships available for chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, biology majors.
Wednesday, March 1st
Informational Session 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Arts and Sciences Career Services Office Denney Hall – Rm 245
Do you want to get your toe in the door of science careers, or an internship there, but don’t know where to start? Do career fairs or internship fairs intimidate you? Is networking a challenge?
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) created this video to help with those things! The following video contains networking tips, etiquette for networking, and different techniques for gaining traction at career fairs and meet ups.