Hello, Doctoral Funding Mentoring Program Participants and GradFund Conversation Readers! Today, I will be introducing you to a helpful online tool, the Pivot Database. Rutgers subscribes to the service to allow students, faculty, and staff to find external funding opportunities. What is so neat about Pivot? Pivot is a robust database that provides information on […]
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Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Description: opportunities to participate in applied clinical research in a variety of areas Discipline(s): biological sciences, chemistry, entomology, environmental/civil/mechanical engineering, environmental sciences, industrial hygiene, medical sciences, physical sciences, toxicology Eligibility: must be current graduate student or have completed associate’s, bachelor’s, or graduate, or doctoral degree within the last three years; U.S. citizens Location(s): U.S. Army […]
Opportunities to participate in research, development, test and evaluation projects. Research areas will focus on neurobiology, toxicology, virology, biochemistry, and molecular biology. Purpose is to augment scientific staff in completing ongoing and new force protection projects.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy is dedicated to supporting minority students who are studying in academic disciplines that are related to the Fossil Energy mission. Through its Headquarters and field offices, the Fossil Energy Office offers summer internship opportunities to students to enhance their knowledge and gain hands-on experience and encourages […]
Description: opportunities to participate in research on legal aspects of energy-related techniques and procedures, national energy-related problems, and efforts related to their solutions Discipline(s): environmental and patent law Eligibility: law students who have completed their first year; U.S. citizens Location(s): Savannah River Site (Aiken, S.C.) Duration: three months in the summer; some appointments during the […]
Includes opportunities to participate in ongoing research, development, testing, and evaluation projects at AFRL HE laboratories and through collaborations at various universities. Appointments may include graduate students; postgraduate (post BS; post MS); Postdoctoral; and faculty positions. Scientific staff of the AFRL-HE identify and adopt developing technologies that will help the Air Force meet future operational […]
Opportunities to participate in advancement of forensic science for the FBI Laboratory as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Advancement of forensic science, social and behavioral sciences, chemical and toxicology sciences. Duration for one year.
Opportunities for basic research on rare, short-lived atomic nuclei at Tennessee. Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Oak Ridge, Tenn.)
opportunities to participate in applied clinical research in areas such as occupational and environmental health engineering, entomology, ionizing and nonionizing radiation, health promotion, industrial hygiene and worksite hazards, ergonomics, environmental sanitation and hygiene, laboratory science, chemistry, biology, toxicology, health physics, environmental health risk assessment and risk communication, and related projects
opportunities to participate in research and technology development in engineering, mechanics, chemistry, computational modeling, science, and materials research related to enhancing the lethality and survivability of America’s ground forces. At U.S. Army Research Laboratory (Adelphi, MD and Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD) and other approved locations
opportunities to participate in research on biological effects of potentially toxic chemicals and solutions to toxicology problems that have a major impact on human health and the environment for 10 weeks to one year; full-time or part-time appointments at Arkansas. National Center for Toxicological Research (Jefferson, Ark.)