Below is a list of research positions, internships, and job openings that will be posted as they become available.

Regulatory Science Student Internship Program

The Regulatory Science Student Internship Program is accepting applications for 2017.  This internship is non-paid and part of the Student Volunteer Service Program. Students 16 years of age and older are eligible and the maximum time a person may volunteer is 6 months.  Participants will develop a mentor-guided project in a regulatory science priority area.  

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Applications are due March 3, 2017.

University of Chicago Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Due to strong interest and new budget support there will be a 2017 Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Chicago. The program starts June 12th and ends August 18th.  The stipend is $4,000 and participating students will live on campus. Attached is the application. The form should be filled out and emailed directly to me. Separately, an official school transcript and two confidential letters of support should be emailed. All application materials are due March 13, 2017. Information about the program is at http://www.contechicago.org/reu.

Fulbright Forum and Scholarship/Fellowship Series

The Fulbright Forum is next Tuesday, February 21st at 5pm at the Small Special Collections Library Auditorium. The Fulbright is for any student or alum who would like to pursue a year of research, study, or teaching abroad. We will welcome four former Fulbrighters, representing the undergraduate and graduate level; research, study, and English teaching awards; and majors in STEM, social sciences, humanities, and the arts. Simple flyer attached.

Students are encouraged to RSVP here: https://virginia.joinhandshake.com/events/43149.

The National Scholarships & Fellowships series for the rest of the semester is up-to-date and is attached. Please note that third years are strongly encouraged to attend these sessions after Spring Break. The website will be updated soon: http://www.virginia.edu/cue/scholarships-fellowships-series.html.

Yale Cognition & Development 2017 Summer Internship

Applications for the Yale Cognition & Development Lab's 2017 summer research internship program are now available on our website. 
Our annual summer internship provides the opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to gain an intensive, hands-on research experience in close partnership with our full-time lab members. Opportunities are available both to study developmental  psychology and adult cognition. Complete information about our research and internship program, as well as required application materials and an FAQ, can be downloaded from our website, http://cogdevlab.yale.edu/people/joining-lab.

This year's internship will run from Monday, June 4 to Friday, July 28, 2017. All applications and materials should be received no later than Friday, March 3, 2017.

Questions not covered online about our program may be directed to Aaron Chuey at aaron.chuey@yale.edu; please include a subject heading with the phrase "CDL Summer Internship".

Charles H. Koch Jr. Scholarship

The Department of Politics is pleased to announce the fourth annual competition for the Charles H. Koch Jr. Scholarship to provide financial support up to $5000 to help cover the expenses of internships related to foreign affairs of students in the College of Arts and Sciences during the summer of 2017. The judges of the competition will give priority to funding internships requiring travel abroad. In order to maximize the assistance provided by the fellowship, they may decide to divide the funds among more than one student.
Applications should include:
1.      A cover letter not more than two pages in length describing how the student’s need and the nature of the internship.
2. A budget estimating how the fellowship funds will be used.
3. A resume
4. A transcript
5. The name and email address of UVa faculty member willing to serve as a reference should the need arise.
All application material should be submitted via email to John Echeverri-Gent, Director of Undergraduate Program, Department of Politics at johneg@virginia.edu by no later than 5:00 PM Monday March 6, 2017.
Winners will be announced during the week beginning Monday March 13, 2017.
For more information and the award and on Charles H. Koch Jr.  See below and http://politics.virginia.edu/charles-h-koch-fellowship-support-internships-related-foreign-affairs/.
Best wishes,
John Echeverri-Gent
Director Undergraduate Program
Department of Politics
Who is Charles H. Koch Jr.?
Professor Charles H. Koch Jr. was a professor of law at the College of William & Mary from 1979 until his passing in 2012. Professor Koch's areas of expertise included administrative law, comparative constitutional systems, electricity, the European Union, and federal courts. While he primarily focused on U.S. administrative law, he began learning and teaching about the European Union because he saw its growing importance both to the U.S. in the global legal environment and ultimately to domestic law.
He received his B.A. from the University of Maryland, his J.D. from George Washington University and his LL.M. from the University of Chicago. Prior to joining the William & Mary faculty in 1979, he worked as a staff attorney in the Office of the General Counsel of the Federal Trade Commission and taught at DePaul University College of Law. He served as Assistant Chief Reporter of the ABA's Administrative Law of the European Union Project and was Past President of the Committee on Sections and Annual Meetings of the Administrative Law Section of the Association of American Law Schools. He was a member of the ABA's United Nations Affairs Coordinating Committee. He also served for seven years as Editor-in-Chief of the Administrative Law Review and twice acted as a consultant to the Administrative Conference of the United States.
Professor Koch was a prolific writer, publishing books for both teaching and practice, and numerous articles in law reviews and practitioner-oriented journals. His books included Administrative Law and Practice (2d ed.), Administrative Law of the European Union, Volume 1 (with George Bermann), Federal Practice and Procedure Volumes 32 and 33 (with Charles Alan Wright), Administrative Law: Cases and Materials (5th ed., with William Jordan & Richard Murphy), West's Federal Administrative Practice, Volume 7, The Federal Administrative Judiciary (with Paul Verkuil, Daniel Gifford, Richard Pierce and Jeffrey Lubbers) and Fundamentals of Administrative Practice (with Donald Rothschild).
He is survived by his wife, Denise, and his son, Andrew (COL '12).

Summer Program Offered in South Korea (2017)

I am a faculty here at UVA (https://med.virginia.edu/faculty/faculty-listing/zf3s/). I am leading a summer faculty-led program at Hanyang University in Seoul, South Korea (http://www.hanyangsummer.com/) that spans the month of July, 2017.  I am recruiting students to attend this program now.

Students who participate in this program by taking my Principles of Nutrition course can receive a 45% tuition discount. The tuition also covers other 2 courses and 4 free actives in Seoul. So far, I got approval from our study abroad office for this program, but they cant help me to advertise this program, because of the late notice from Hanyang University. I am wondering if you could me spread the word to your students. It will be a great opportunity for students who are be interested in experiencing Asian countries.