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Summer Research & Internship Opportunities, 2017
The 2017 Summer Research Program for Undergraduate Students at the PMHI
- This program is designed to introduce young people to child and adolescent psychiatry by having them participate in research activities.
The Banneker Institute and Aztlán Institute Summer Program (due 2/28)
- These programs are full-time, ten-week research and study experiences. We prepare undergraduate students of color for top graduate programs in astronomy. The programs run simultaneously, focusing on research, professional training, and social justice education. We offer housing, a competitive stipend, and reimbursement for travel. Our programs target undergraduate juniors from backgrounds historically marginalized from academia and the astronomical sciences in particular. While we accept students from all backgrounds, our application review process considers historical injustices and the tendency for traditional application review practices to reproduce racial disparities in academia.