The National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) currently funds 34 Postbaccalaureate Research Education Programs (PREP) that aim to provide recently graduated students with additional or enhanced research experience, professional development, and academic preparation, increasing their competitiveness and preparation for graduate training. Click on link above for more information.
The purpose of the Minority Association of Rising Scientists is to serve as a support group for under-respresented minority students participating in research. The group will also focus on providing resources and information to its members to help them be more successful on their path to a research career. MARS is open to any students who are interested in research and want to learn more.
Success Stories invites you to share how you found your research opportunity, what you learned from your experience, and what advice you might wish to share with other students.
As a magazine, WUPopSci finds, distills, refines, and delivers the latest Washington University research and technology innovations to students and entrepreneurs! Read up on everything from wildfires to the fifth force.
Lydia Zoells and Kate Needham used their Summer Undergraduate Research Awards to contribute to an ongoing effort to create a database of literary works from the 16th and 17th centuries. Their work is featured in the Ampersand.
In 2014, Janice Cantieri and Mackenzie Findlay received Summer Undergraduate Research Awards from the Office of Undergraduate Research.
She's "fascinated by the people history forgets"