Application Deadline: February 28, 2018 at 11:59pm
Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Summer School (NFUSS) is a six-week course, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), designed to provide undergraduate students with comprehensive, experimental, hands-on training in topics essential to nuclear forensics. This program will be held June 11 to July 20, 2018, at the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City. Through laboratory experiments and complementary lectures, students are introduced to the practice and technical aspects of nuclear forensic science. The program will also include a field trip to Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
Nuclear forensics involves examining materials recovered from radiological and nuclear events of an illicit or hostile nature in order to determine their character and origin. Nuclear forensics conclusions, combined with information from law enforcement investigation and intelligence, help identify those responsible for planned and actual attacks.
Nuclear forensics supports the U.S. Government’s commitment to identify and hold fully accountable any state or non-state actor that willfully supports, enables, or engages in hostile weapons of mass destruction, and activities that threaten the United States or our allies and partners.
- Application deadline:February 28, 2018
- Reference received deadline: March 9, 2018
- Candidates notified of selection:March 1-30, 2018
- Program dates:June 11 to July 20, 2018
- Field trip to Oak Ridge National Laboratory:Tentative date of July 11, 2018
For more information, visit https://orise.orau.gov/nfuss/ or contact NFUSS@orau.org.
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The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is offering two exciting fellowship opportunities for upcoming Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. graduates in Natural Science (Chemistry, Agricultural and Natural Resources, or Physical Sciences). The Florida Agricultural Science and Technology (FAST) Fellowship Program is a paid, two-year program in a state-of-the art laboratory located in Tallahassee, Florida.
Applicants must have received their degree (Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D.) by the time the FAST Fellowship Program begins (September 2018) and may not have received it prior to September 2015. Eligibility requirements are listed below:
- A bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university with a major in a Natural Science (Chemistry, Agricultural and Natural Resources, or Physical Sciences) received within the last three (3) years. Salary is based on degree of selected candidate.
- Be a United States citizen, or a lawfully authorized alien worker.
- Have a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher in the science courses completed.
- Less than three (3) years of post-graduation professional experience in the Natural Sciences as described in (1).
Students and recent graduates may apply for one of our FAST Fellowship positions by visiting FreshFromFloridaCareers.com by March 31, 2018.
If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please don’t hesitate to contact Julie Wood by calling (850) 245-5561 or emailing Julie.Wood1@freshfromflorida.com.
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A great opportunity has just opened up for undergraduate students considering graduate school. Mark Ferris, an Ohio State alumni, will be giving a short recruiting talk and answering questions about his program and graduate school life.
Mark is currently in a PhD program for chemical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, located in Golden, Colorado. He is very excited to return to his alma mater to talk to undergraduate students about all this program has to offer in the fields of chemical and biological engineering!
The talk will be this Friday, November 18th, at 1:30 PM in CBEC 110/120. FREE pizza will be provided!
Please contact Mark Ferris at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Institute is a program put on by the Undergraduate Research Office and occurs each summer at the Columbus campus.
The goal is to bring student researchers together through professional development programs, social events, athletic events, and digital communication.
SURI participants are then invited to present their research at the Fall Undergraduate Research Student Poster Forum on September 15.
SURI is free and open to research in all disciplines. The website provides information for events and how to register.
The dates for this year are May 23-July 29.