University of Notre Dame will host a virtual information session for their Entrepreneurship, Technology, & Innovation Master’s program (known as the ESTEEM Graduate Program) on Monday November 16th at 5:30 pm. The ESTEEM Graduate Program runs for 11 months and uniquely combines science with business. At this program, students will have the opportunity to learn how to start their own businesses, raise money for new businesses, how to launch products, and other relevant topics in entrepreneurship.
You may find the information for the Zoom event below:
Meeting ID: 929 4695 3010
For more information:
- check out this flyer
- check out their website
- contact Iseli Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kyle Williams (email@example.com)
At Washington State University, graduate students from a variety of disciplines have the opportunity to study the response of materials to extreme conditions at the Institute for Shock Physics (ISP). While studying in relevant departments (physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, and geo/planetary science), students may conduct their PhD research at ISP. Conducting research at ISP gives students the opportunity to:
- participate in innovative, multidisciplinary research alongside internationally renowned scientists
- grow in independent thinking skills and hands-on experience
- access the Department of Energy National Laboratories
- work in state-of-the-art facilities, including the Dynamic Compression Sector located at the Advanced Photon Source
ISP offers students the chance to become well educated and rigorously trained to move on to a successful professional career. ISP students are known to become leaders in the field. Scholarships and financial support are available for outstanding students.
For more information:
If you are graduating this fall and are uncommitted to a graduate program, consider attending Texas A&M University-Commerce. Graduating chemistry and biochemistry undergraduates interested in chemical or biochemical research are invited to apply. Texas A&M University-Commerce offers a variety of Masters programs to fit students’ needs:
- Track I with Thesis: Professional Chemistry Track
- Track I without Thesis: Professional Chemistry Track
- Track II: Professional Chemical Business Track
- Track III: Professional Chemical Education Track
M.S. graduates from Texas A&M University-Commerce have worked in industry and chemical education, while others are continuing to pursue Ph.D. or M.D. degrees. Applications for graduate assistantships are currently being accepted for Spring 2021 so apply now.
For more information:
- Check out this flyer.
- Find ongoing research projects here.
- Contact Dr. Laurence Angel at Laurence.Angel@tamuc.edu.
- See more faculty contacts here.
The University of Wisconsin’s Department of Chemistry will be hosting CHOPs (CHemistry OPportunities) from September 12-15, 2019. This weekend is dedicated to providing a preview of the university’s graduate program. CHOPs is an all-expense paid trip tailored to give potential graduate students an opportunity to visit the university before they apply to graduate school. Activities at CHOPs will include tours, interaction with alumni and graduate students, individual meetings with faculty, research presented by graduate students and faculty, and presentations about life in graduate school and applying to graduate school. This weekend may benefit you even if you are not planning on applying to The University of Wisconsin.
Learn more about CHOPs here.
Apply for CHOPs here before May 18, 2019.
The Department of Pharmacology and Systems Physiology at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine currently offers a unique hands-on MS experience (thesis or non-thesis tracks) emphasizing drug discovery and preclinical pharmacology.
Sometimes undergraduate students are unsure how to pursue their scientific career goals. UC’s 1-year MS non-thesis and 2-year MS thesis track options offer many exciting opportunities for students to explore their scientific interests while discovering new career paths. As an interdisciplinary field, students study several aspects of preclinical drug discovery, safety, and development and are scientifically well-rounded, which creates numerous opportunities for UC’s Pharmacology graduates. One unique aspect of this program is the opportunity to interact with several invited speakers from UC’s drug industry partners (Johnson & Johnson, Covance, Eli Lilly, Battelle, Charles River) plus students gain hands-on research experience while working with expert UC and Cincinnati Children’s faculty. About half of these students use the program as a gap year experience, preparing for advanced academic training in the life sciences (MD, PhD, DMD, PharmD, DVM), with the remaining graduates employed in academia (teaching/research) or private sector enterprises (www.med.uc.edu/ms-in-pharmacology/alumni).
Applications for the 2018-2019 academic year will be accepted until June 1, 2018 or until the class is full.
Early applications are encouraged, and foreign applicants should apply before March 1, 2018.
For more information see the program’s website, www.med.uc.edu/ms-in-pharmacology , see this flyer UC MS in Pharmacology-u19xpu ,or email Katharine Hobbing at firstname.lastname@example.org.