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Program nameUndergrad/high school?For Emory students?Funding?
Summer/long term?
DescriptionWebsite
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ENGAGESHigh schoolFor high school students, takes place at Georgia TechYes, through multiple organizations including NSFLong term, 1 yrProject ENGAGES is a high school science education program developed by Georgia Tech in partnership with seven minority-serving public high schools in the City of Atlanta.https://projectengage.gatech.edu/apply-engages-mentor
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Winship Summer Scholars Research ProgramHigh school, but must be 17 yrs oldFor high school students, takes place at EmoryNo, but it sounds dope.Summer 6 weeksStudents will work one-on-one with a Winship oncologist or researcher, conduct research in a real lab or clinic setting, attend field trips to places like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention David J. Sencer Museum and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and hear lectures from a variety of specialists in oncology-related careers.https://winshipcancer.emory.edu/education/summer-scholars/
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IMSD: Initiative to Maximize Student DevelopmentUndergrad and gradYes, for Emory students at EmoryYes, for underrepresented groupsLong term, 2 yrThe IMSD will implement a special two-year research and academic program for undergraduate scholars and new graduate fellows that is available to all students. The program will focus on multi-level mentoring, research integrity, and career preparation and planning, to foster competitive graduate school and postdoctoral applications.http://imsd.emory.edu/index.html
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LGS-SOAR Global Program
Undergrads interested in graduate studies at Emory
No, for non-Emory studentsUnclear10 wk, summerDuring this 10-week remote program, research fellows conduct full-time remote research mentored by an Emory. The scholar will be required to participate in the LGS-SOAR Professional Development and Research Ethics Course over the summer remotely beginning May 26, 2020, and ending July 31, 2020.https://gs.emory.edu/diversity/programming/lgs-soar/index.html
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LGS-SOAR Virtual Program
Undergrads interested in graduate studies at Emory
No, for non-Emory studentsUnclear10 wk, summerThis 10-week remote program differs from LGS-SOAR Global in that scholars will not work directly with Faculty Mentors to conduct research; however, they will participate in Research Discipline sessions lead by current Laney Graduate School students.https://gs.emory.edu/diversity/programming/lgs-soar/index.html
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LGS-SOAR to go Program
Undergrads interested in graduate studies at Emory
No, for non-Emory studentsNo10 wk, summerDuring this 10-week remote program, scholars will interface with research materials provided by the LGS-SOAR team via Microsoft Teams. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to communicate with Laney Graduate School Centennial Scholars at least once a week. LGS-SOAR to go provides an opportunity to connect with some of our top Laney Graduate School scholars who conduct research in a variety of disciplines, as well as other undergraduate scholars from around the country.https://gs.emory.edu/diversity/programming/lgs-soar/index.html
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Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship ProgramUndergradYes, must be an Emory undergradYesLong termIdentifying and supporting undergraduates of great promise who are URM as they do a research project throughout undergrad; not STEM specifichttp://www.mellonmays.emory.edu/index.html
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Emory SURE programUndergradEmory and non-EmoryYesSummer, 10 weeksStudent researchers benefit from hands-on research, mentorship, networking opportunities, and graduate school preparationhttp://college.emory.edu/undergraduate-research/summer/index.html
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HealthPREP
Undergrad & grad interested in health profressions
Emory and non-EmoryYesSummer, 6 weeksHealthPREP helps facilitate the entry of qualified students from disadvantaged backgrounds, into health-related graduate and professional schools
https://www.med.emory.edu/education/multicultural-med-student-affairs/healthprep.html
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EPiC (Emory Pipeline Collaborative)High SchoolAtlanta Public Schools students from Carver, Douglass, Jackson, South Atlanta, and Washington high schoolsYes3-yearsThree-year program of learning, mentoring, college preparation, and health careers exposure activities to prepare high school students for entry into health professions. Includes after-school sessions during the academic year and a summer program.
https://med.emory.edu/education/multicultural-med-student-affairs/epic/index.html
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