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The McNair Scholars Program prepares selected UC Berkeley undergraduates for graduate study at the doctoral level. Twenty to thirty McNair Scholars are selected each year to participate in both...
The McNair Scholars Program prepares selected UC Berkeley undergraduates for graduate study at the doctoral level. Twenty to thirty McNair Scholars are selected each year to participate in both academic and summer activities. The McNair Scholars Program aims to increase numbers of groups underrepresented in doctoral programs.
Population: UCSF Learners
Population: Underrepresented Minorities
Interests: Grant/Scholarship/Fellowship
Contact: Juan F. Esteva
Phone: 510-642-7935
Participation: Nomination from Department
Location: Bay Area
The purpose of this organization is to provide a framework for nurses and nursing students, as a group, to meet, to discuss, and influence factors which affect men as nurses. The primary mission of...
The purpose of this organization is to provide a framework for nurses and nursing students, as a group, to meet, to discuss, and influence factors which affect men as nurses. The primary mission of the group is to enable men in the nursing profession to have professional exchange, develop social networks, and to develop innovations in nursing.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Staff
Population: Open to All
Interests: Outreach
Sponsor/School: UCSF Nursing
Contact: Raymond Nation
Participation: Open Invitation
Location: UCSF Parnassus
Additional information:
For more information on MIN (UCSF Registered Campus Organization; RCO) please visit OrgSync via your MyAccess Account
The purpose of the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research (MTPCCR) is to increase ethnic diversity in the field of cancer control research by encouraging minority students in master's...
The purpose of the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research (MTPCCR) is to increase ethnic diversity in the field of cancer control research by encouraging minority students in master's level health programs as well as master's trained health professionals to pursue a doctoral degree and a career in research. The program has been designed to enhance participants'; (1) Understanding of the power of research to effect change; (2) Awareness of the strengths and limitations of research methods, theory, and interventions in eliminating health disparities; (3) Interest in cancer control research, from surveillance to epidemiology, individual behavior change, health services, and policy research; and (4) Research, networking, information seeking skills, and motivation and ability to successfully apply to a doctoral program.
Population: UCSF Learners, Undergrad, Open to the Public
Population: Underrepresented Minorities, LGBT
Interests: Research, Education/Training, Grant/Scholarship/Fellowship, Mentorship
Contact: Vanessa Mercado
Phone: 415-514-9409
Deadline: February (yearly deadline)
Duration: June
Participation: Application
Location: UCSF Mission Bay
International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO) is a department within the Division of Student Academic Affairs (SAA)- International students/volunteers meet to discuss programming events for the...
International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO) is a department within the Division of Student Academic Affairs (SAA)- International students/volunteers meet to discuss programming events for the following month. ISSO offers 3-4 activities/month.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Staff
Interests: Community Building
Sponsor/School: Student Academic Affairs
Contact: Holly Nigorizawa
Phone: 415-502-3485
Duration: Once a month, Thursday evening
Location: UCSF Mission Bay
The vast majority of people holding biomedical PhDs find work, but the number of PhDs who obtain tenure-track faculty positions now represents a shrinking minority. The MIND program is an experiment...
The vast majority of people holding biomedical PhDs find work, but the number of PhDs who obtain tenure-track faculty positions now represents a shrinking minority. The MIND program is an experiment in career development and exploration, funded by an NIH Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) award. We hope to provide better resources for students and postdocs who wish to explore the wide range of possible career outcomes that are available to biomedical trainees, and better support for the faculty who mentor them. Program is funded through an NIH Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) Award.
Population: UCSF Learners
Population: Open to All
Interests: Outreach, Mentorship
Contact: Elizabeth Silva
Phone: 415 502-2927
Deadline: TBD
Duration: Annual program running from September to May
Participation: Application
Location: UCSF Parnassus, UCSF Mission Bay
Additional information:
Program is funded through an NIH Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) Award

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