GMOD Summer School 2012 Application

The application period for the course is now closed. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please feel free to fill out the application and you will be considered after the decision has been made for the "on time" applications. The GMOD Summer School is a five day course August 25-29 (with an optional intro session on August 24) that covers installation, configuration and use of several GMOD software components, including Chado, GBrowse, JBrowse, Tripal, InterMine and WebApollo. The application deadline is July 9. Applicants will notified of admission status by July 18. The tuition for the course will be $300 and travel expenses (hotel and airfare are the responsibility of the attendees). For more information on the course, please see http://gmod.org/wiki/2012_GMOD_Summer_School Admission to the course is generally competitive since we usually get many more applications that we have room for students.
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We ask for demographic data relating to gender, ethnicity, race, disability and citizenship so that: * We can gauge whether our programs and other opportunitites in science and technology are fairly reaching and benefiting everyone regardless of demographic category * We can ensure that those in under-represented groups have the same knowledge of and access to programs, meetings, vacancies and other research and educational opportunities as everyone else * We can monitor involvement of international investigators or students in work we support Submission of this information is voluntary (you can select "Do not wish to provide" for any question). Failure to provide this information will not affect your application in any way. We collect this information solely to track the success of our outreach to the community. Please also see the NESCent privacy policy at http://www.nescent.org/about/privacy.php.






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