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SAIRO Hiring Undergraduate Researchers

~~The Student Affairs Information and Research Office (SAIRO) is currently recruiting students to participate in a paid, year-long research and assessment internship program, the Undergraduate Research Partnership Initiative (URPI).  URPI interns will engage in a variety of qualitative research and assessment projects under the supervision of SAIRO staff, including a major project for the 15-16 academic year—a study exploring students’ use of social media as an opportunity to engage in discussion of racial/ethnic diversity and campus climate.
 

PREP program at the University of New Mexico

Our PREP program at the University of New Mexico is still accepting applications for the 2015-2016 year.  I have attached a flyer containing website and contact information.  Below you will find only a few of the benefits that await our future scholars. http://biology.unm.edu/prep

 

        *Research support for one to two years with a faculty mentor of your choice

        *Annual Salary of $27,200, health/dental benefits

POST-BACCALAUREATE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION PROGRAM @ UNM WELCOME TO PREP

Our PREP program at the University of New Mexico is still accepting applications for the 2015-2016 year.  I have attached a flyer containing website and contact information. Below you will find only a few of the benefits that await our future scholars. http://biology.unm.edu/prep

 

        *Research support for one to two years with a faculty mentor of your choice

        *Annual Salary of $27,200, health/dental benefits

Henaac Scholars Program

Henaac Scholars Program

Targeted Fields
Health Sciences. Life Sciences. Physical Sciences. School of Engineering. Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

Open To
Prospective/Current Graduate Students.

Citizenship
The majority of scholarships offered under the HENAAC Scholars Program require U.S. citizenship. However, a few scholarship sponsors require U.S residency or do not have a citizenship.

Research Study about Social Communication in Adults with Autism

Research Study about Social Communication in Adults with Autism
 
The UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment (CART) is conducting a research study to examine social communication in high-functioning adults with autism.
 
You may be eligible to participate in this study if you are an adult, 18 to 35 years of age, and have been diagnosed, or think you qualify for a diagnosis, on the autism spectrum (autism spectrum disorder, autism, Asperger's, or PDD-NOS).