11/1 Gen-I NOW: Scientific Conference Opportunity for Native Students

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) messages shares information about the Scientific Conference Opportunities Program, hosted by the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB).

SICB, the National Science Foundation, Oklahoma State University CHS Office for the Advancement of American Indians in Medicine and Science, Case Western Reserve University, and Mount Holyoke College have partnered together to provide this opportunity to American Indian undergraduates interested in STEM to participate in the SCIB annual meeting.

American Indian undergraduates will have the opportunity to participate in a nationally acclaimed scientific meeting and a special symposium on the role of sensory feedback during animal locomotion. Participants will also be partnered with a graduate student mentor and provided with career guidance and scientific opportunities. This all expenses-paid program will take place in San Francisco, CA on January 3-7.

Applications are due November 30 at Midnight, Eastern Time. Click HERE to apply.

To Apply:

Questions? Click here for more information or email braiello@uchicago.edu.

 

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Register for the Native American Career Success Academy

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the Native American Career Success Academy and Gen-I Career Success Fellowship!  

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10/12 Gen-I NOW: All Expense Paid Intramural NIAID Research Opportunities

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about Intramural NIAID Research Opportunities (INRO), hosted by theNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). 

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Open Call for Native American Youth Cover Art Submissions

Calling all Native American youth artists! Submit your art for a chance to be featured on the cover of the Center for Native American Youth’s annual State of Native Youth report. Until October 25, we are accepting submissions from Native American youth ages 24 and under. That’s not all: this year’s featured artist will also receive $200! 

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