The Marcus Autism Center, in conjunction with the Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, is offering three fellowships:
Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience
Marcus Fellowship in Speech Science and Engineering
Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience
Research fellowships are intended for college graduates to dedicate two intensive years to research on ASD prior to entering graduate studies. Fellows will participate in and guide innovative research while working with families and children affected by ASD, ranging in age from week-old infants to adolescents and young adults.
Fellows receive direct research mentorship from the program directors and Marcus Autism Center faculty members, and they are involved in a highly active and productive community of
clinical research scientists. In addition to research training and mentorship, fellows also complete an intensive summer training seminar covering clinical research in ASD (one week), ASD grand rounds meetings (twice a month), social neuroscience lab meetings (weekly) and ongoing didactic practica. Fellows are strongly encouraged and expected to submit their research for posters and publications and will be funded to attend at least one conference a year.
All three fellowship tracks are paid, two-year positions, with full healthcare coverage.
Come meet the R.I.T. representative at their information table on Tuesday, 9/26 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm in the McCullough Grille Foyer
See your vision through.
Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning.
RIT offers 90+ graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Animation, Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences; and Engineering and Technology.
Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D.
$17 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships were awarded to graduate students last year. 95% graduate students get jobs or pursue additional degrees.
Forty summer research projects were shared at the Summer Research Symposium on July 28. More than 130 undergraduates worked with Middlebury faculty this summer! Check out student research stories from the symposium in the Addison Independent at http://addisonindependent.com/201707summer-no-these-students-dig-research
These conferences and travel support may be of interest! Summer Undergrad Researchers: Apply for Travel Grants to October National Diversity in STEM Conference The Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) is accepting applications from summer undergraduate researchers for travel grants to the 2017 National Diversity in STEM Conference, which will be held […]
Check out the NEW Careers Topics within Spotlight on Careers.
Spotlight on Careers provides a great series of guides about career fields popular with liberal arts students. This resource is free via a CCI login below and is an easy way to gain valuable information as your explore career fields.
Each guide is organized with an overview including an introduction, career options and trends. There are also sections on jobs and internships, graduate school, and real life stories in alumni profiles.
Environmental Science & Sustainability – There are many jobs in the environmental and sustainability fields beyond policy work. Within the private sector, there are opportunities in the timber industry, environmental consulting, conservation and preservation organizations. Within the government, there is work available at the local, state and federal levels that focus on forests, water, and wildlife.
Neuroscience – The “Brain Sciences,” or neuroscience, encompass a wide range of career paths centralized in the research and medical professions, and now permeating across multiple new fields in recent years. Through studying the brain and the nervous system, those who choose a career in neuroscience seek to understand how neurons interact and how these interactions impact behavior. Neuroscience intersects psychology, science, medicine, and impacts the legal system, education, and even marketing. Clearly, neuroscience presents multiple pathways for you to consider.
Law & Paralegal – The law profession encompasses a variety of career fields some of which require an advanced degree where others do not. Those interested in the field of law typically pursue careers as lawyers, paralegals/legal assistants, criminal justice (law enforcement, probation officers, and correction officers), social work/justice (family law, juvenile law, elder law and child protective services), public policy, federal government, protective services, detective services and more.
Business Intelligence, Analytics & Data Science – Every time a customer interacts with a computerized system, whether at a Grocery Store, Online Store, or Social Media site, data is created and stored in a data solution system. Tools then convert this data into metrics (known as analytics) that assess consumer behavior. Analytic professionals interpret analytical data and utilize statistics, predictive modeling, and managerial strategies to drive business decisions. Analytics are used in nearly every industry. Marketing companies use analytics to measure and analyze performance of different initiatives, financial firms use analytics to analyze investments and forecast future scenarios, charter schools use analytical data to inform teaching practices, and major movie studios use analytics to project ticket sales.
Each summer at Middlebury, over 130 students are engaged in on-campus research with a faculty mentor. The topics range from Philosophy to Biochemistry. Most students are paid through various funding sources, including faculty grants and college endowed funds.
The incredible staff in The Center for Teaching, Learning & Research/Undergraduate Research host a learning luncheon series each summer for students who remain on campus for summer research.
The Summer 2017 Research Program
Welcome Luncheon Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 12-1 pm McCardell Bicentennial Great Hall
For research assistants and their mentors. Pizza and salads will be served.
Research Luncheon: How to Market Your Research Skills – featuring our very own Mary Lothrop and Tim Mosehauer! Wednesday, June 28 from 11:45 am-12:45 pm
Hillcrest 103 (STEM) and 200 (Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences) Discussion on how to represent your skills and find jobs and internships that want them. RSVP online by 6/22 for lunch.
Research Luncheon: Graduate School Panel Tuesday, July 11 from 11:45 am-12:45 pm
Hillcrest 103 Join newerfaculty for a discussion about the graduate school experience. RSVP online by 7/6 for lunch.
Summer Research Symposium Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 2 pm
McCardell Bicentennial Great Hall Includes a poster session with refreshments. The entire campus community is invited to attend.
Join us at the Rohatyn Center on Thursday, Feb 23 at 12:30pm to talk with Tim Fraser ’16, currently conducting research in Japan with a Fulbright grant. Students can learn about Tim’s experience as well as the process for applying for a Fulbright grant as a senior or after graduation.