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      >Educational Opportunities
      >
      >2. SCHOLARSHIP: Teaching Training Program-University of Oregon
      >3. Tribal Cohort, ME. D. II-University of Minnesota Duluth
      >4. Washington Semester American Indian Program/ Washington
      >Internships for Native Students
      >5. Rockefeller Foundation Short-Term Fellowships in American
      >Indian Studies at the Newberry Library
      >6. Long-Term Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships in American
      >Indian Studies at the Newberry Library
      >7. Susan Kelly Power And Helen Hornbeck Tanner Fellowship At
      >The Newberry Library
      >8. Frances C. Allen Fellowships For 2003-04 For Women Of
      >American Indian Heritage At The Newberry Library
      >9. Humane Studies Fellowships for Undergraduate or Graduate
      >Study
      >10. Foundation for Child Development Changing Faces of
      >America's Children Young Scholars Program
      >11. Announcing 2003-2004 Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship in
      >Human Security
      >12. Pre-Doctoral Program for underrepresented minority
      >Students, Stern School of Business at NYU
      >13. NNALEA Scholarships
      >14. NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP)
      >15. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Educational
      >Partnership Program with Minority Serving Institutions Undergraduate
      >Scholarship
      >16. Seeking American Indian students who are interested in
      >applying to graduate school in Clinical Psychology.
      >17. Minority Health Disparities Summer Research Opportunities
      >18. Graduate School at Princeton University summer
      >undergraduate research program
      >19. Summer Research Internship Program at the University of
      >Virginia School of Medicine
      >20. Summer Enrichment Program at the University of Montana HCOP
      >******************************************************



      >2. SCHOLARSHIP: Teaching Training Program-University of Oregon
      >
      >There is a new teacher training program and scholarship available
      >at the University of Oregon in the College of Education. It is a
      >wonderful opportunity for Native American people, who have already
      >earned an undergraduate degree to obtain a teaching certificate, as
      >well as, a Master's degree.
      >
      >The official web site for the program is located at
      >http://education.uoregon.edu/sapsikwala
      >http://education.uoregon.edu/sapsikwala
      >
      >Please take the time to read the program requirements and determine
      >if you qualify for the scholarship. I would be happy to speak with
      >anyone who is interested in the program.
      >
      >Az Carmen
      >Coordinator of Native American Recruitment Services
      >Assistant Director of Admissions
      >University of Oregon
      >(541) 346-0681
      >azcarmen@...
      >******************************************************
      >3. Tribal Cohort, ME. D. II-University of Minnesota Duluth
      >
      >Master of Education from the
      >University of Minnesota Duluth
      >
      >The Tribal Cohort is a two year advanced degree program. It is open
      >to individuals who currently hold a Bachelors degree from an
      >accredited institution. This cohort is centered around an Indigenous
      >world view - that is - the philosophy, course work and Masters
      >research projects are somehow related to the health, well being,
      >history and education of Native peoples.
      >
      >We welcome applications from all who are interested.
      >
      >For more information contact:
      >Mary Hermes, Assistant Professor of Education
      >University of Minnesota Dultuh
      >Department of Education
      >218-726-7174
      >mhermes@...
      >******************************************************
      >4. Washington Semester American Indian Program/ Washington
      >Internships for Native Students
      >
      >Sponsor: American University
      >Website: www.american.edu/wins
      >Location: Washington, DC
      >Dates: fall and spring semesters; 10-week summer term
      >Eligibility criteria: 2.5 GPA, essay, proof of tribal membership,
      >recommendations
      >Description: WINS is composed of four components: Academic course
      >work,
      >research, a government agency internship, and cultural activities.
      >Each of the components stresses Native practices and values.
      >Room and board: housing and a meal plan provided for participants
      >Stipend/salary: the program covers the following costs: travel to and
      >from Washington, DC; housing; program activities and events; travel
      >within DC; tuition; meal plan; course books; weekly stipend
      >Application deadline date: February 1, 2003 (for priority
      >internships)
      >for summer 2003 term; May 15 2003 (for priority internships) for fall
      >semester 2003; November 15 2003 (for priority internships) for spring
      >semester 2004
      >Contact:
      >Meg Weekes
      >Associate Dean
      >Washington Semester Program
      >American University
      >Washington, DC 20016-8083
      >202-895-4926 (tel)
      >202-895-4939 (fax)
      >mweekes@...
      >Applications: available through website, or call office
      >Seniors: applicants may be seniors or graduating students
      >******************************************************
      >5. Rockefeller Foundation Short-Term Fellowships in American
      >Indian Studies at the Newberry Library
      >
      >Rockefeller Foundation Short-Term Fellowships in American Indian
      >Studies at the Newberry Library
      >Location: Illinois, United States
      >Fellowship Deadline: 2003-01-15
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-22
      >Announcement ID: 131946
      >
      >Rockefeller Foundation Short-Term Fellowships in American Indian
      >Studies at the Newberry Library
      >
      >Rockefeller Short Term fellowships are designed to promote research
      >and teaching in American Indian studies by historians working in
      >reservation-based communities, tribal college faculty, and librarians
      >or curators at American Indian cultural centers or museums. These
      >fellowships foster research in any aspect of American Indian studies
      >supported by the Newberry Library's collections. Each fellow will
      >have the opportunity to research in the extensive library materials
      >related to American Indian history, participate in an active
      >community of scholars, and present research in a D'Arcy McNickle
      >Center Seminar.
      >
      >Applicants' projects may culminate in a variety of formats, including
      >but not limited to curriculum development projects, artistic works,
      >or publications. The fellowships support 1-3 months of residential
      >research at the Newberry and carry a stipend of $3,000 per month plus
      >$1,000 in travel expenses.
      >
      >Founded in 1887, the Newberry Library is an independent research
      >library, free and open to the public. Its holdings center on the
      >societies of Western Europe and the Americas from the late Middle
      >Ages to the early twentieth century, and include two unequalled
      >collections of print and non-print materials on American Indian
      >peoples. The Edward E. Ayer Collection of general Americana has more
      >than 130,000 volumes, plus an extensive collection of manuscripts,
      >maps, atlases, photographs, drawings, and paintings. The Everett D.
      >Graff Collection of Western Americana focuses on the trans-
      >Mississippi West in the nineteenth century.
      >
      >For further information about specific collections or how one might
      >pursue a particular topic in the collections, contact the Reference
      >Desk via email or phone. Information is also available at our
      >website. Future Application Deadlines: January 15, April 15, and
      >September 15, 2003-2004.
      >
      >Committee on Awards
      >The Newberry Library
      >60 W. Walton Street
      >Chicago, IL 60610-3380
      >Phone: 312-255-3666
      >
      >Email: research@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.newberry.org
      >******************************************************
      >6. Long-Term Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships in American
      >Indian Studies at the Newberry Library
      >
      >Location: Illinois, United States
      >Fellowship Date: 2003-01-21
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-22
      >Announcement ID: 131944
      >
      >Long-Term Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships in American Indian
      >Studies at the Newberry Library
      >
      >The D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History and the
      >Newberry Library will award one long-term fellowship each year from
      >2002-2005 to postdoctoral scholars in American Indian studies. The
      >fellowship supports residential research at the Newberry Library.
      >Each fellow will have the opportunity to research in the Newberry
      >Collections related to American Indian history, participate in an
      >active community of scholars, and present research in a D'Arcy
      >McNickle Center Seminar.
      >
      >We are especially interested in projects that explore the diversity
      >of American Indian communities, various ways of knowing and telling
      >American Indian histories, and/or interdisciplinary issues in
      >American Indian studies. Long-term fellows will have the chance to
      >present their research to the Newberry Library's Fellows' Seminar.
      >The tenure of this fellowship is a minimum of ten months with a
      >stipend of $40,000.
      >
      >Founded in 1887, the Newberry Library is an independent research
      >library, free and open to the public. Its holdings center on the
      >societies of Western Europe and the Americas from the late Middle
      >Ages to the early twentieth century, and include two unequalled
      >collections of print and non-print materials on American Indian
      >peoples. The Edward E. Ayer Collection of general Americana has more
      >than 130,000 volumes, plus an extensive collection of manuscripts,
      >maps, atlases, photographs, drawings, and paintings. The Everett D.
      >Graff Collection of Western Americana focuses on the trans-
      >Mississippi West in the nineteenth century.
      >
      >For further information about specific collections or how one might
      >pursue a particular topic in the collections, contact the Reference
      >Desk via mail or phone. Information is also available at our web
      >site.
      >
      >Committee on Awards
      >The Newberry Library
      >60 W. Walton Street
      >Chicago, IL 60610-3380
      >
      >Phone: 312-255-3666
      >Email: reference@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.newberry.org
      >************************************************
      >7. SUSAN KELLY POWER AND HELEN HORNBECK TANNER FELLOWSHIP AT
      >THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY
      >
      >Location: Illinois, United States
      >Fellowship Date: 2003-02-20
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-22
      >Announcement ID: 131941
      >
      >Description: This fellowship for Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral
      >scholars of American Indian heritage supports up to two months of
      >residential research in any field in the humanities, using the
      >collections of the Newberry Library, and provides a stipend of $1200
      >per month for periods ranging from one week to two months.
      >
      >History: This fellowship was established in 2002 by an anonymous
      >donor to encourage research by American Indian scholars and honor two
      >notable advocates for American Indian education. Susan Kelly Power
      >(Yanktonai Dakota) is an historian, activist, and long-time
      >participant in programs of the D'Arcy McNickle Center. She is a
      >founding member and four-time chair of Chicago's American Indian
      >Center. Helen Hornbeck Tanner has served as acting director of the
      >D'Arcy McNickle Center, director the Atlas of Great Lakes Indian
      >History Project, and an expert witness and historical consultant for
      >several tribes. She is now a senior research fellow at the Newberry
      >Library.
      >
      >The Newberry Library: Founded in 1887, The Newberry Library is an
      >independent research library, free and open to the public. Located on
      >Chicago's near north side, the library has more than 1.5 million
      >volumes and 5 million manuscript pages. The Newberry's collections
      >concern the civilizations of Western Europe and the Americas from the
      >late Middle Ages to the early twentieth century. It has two unequaled
      >collections of print and non-print materials on the histories,
      >cultures, and literatures of American Indian peoples: The Edward E.
      >Ayer Collection and the Everett D. Graff Collection. The Ayer
      >collection, the largest in the library, is not only one of the best
      >collections of general Americana in the United States but also one of
      >the finest collections of American Indian material in the world. The
      >smaller Graff collection of Western Americana focuses on the trans-
      >Mississippi West in the nineteenth century. For further information
      >about specific collections or how one might pursue a particular topic
      >in the collections, contact the Reference Desk via email or phone.
      >Information is also available at at our website.
      >
      >D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History: The McNickle
      >Center was founded in 1972 to improve the quality of teaching and
      >scholarship about American Indian history through the use of the
      >Newberry's collections in that field. D'Arcy McNickle (Salish-
      >Koutenai) initiated this mission. The McNickle Center offers a bi-
      >monthly speaker series; organizes summer institutes; sponsors
      >conferences, seminars, and workshops for teachers and scholars;
      >administers several fellowship programs; and publishes Meeting
      >Ground, a biannual national newsletter.
      >
      >Committee on Awards
      >The Newberry Library
      >60 West Walton Street
      >Chicago, IL 60610-3380
      >
      >Phone: 312-255-3666
      >
      >Email: reference@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.newberry.org
      >************************************************
      >8. Frances C. Allen Fellowships at the Newberry Library
      >
      >Location: Illinois, United States
      >Fellowship Deadline: 2003-02-20
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-22
      >Announcement ID: 131939
      >
      >FRANCES C. ALLEN FELLOWSHIPS FOR 2003-04 FOR WOMEN OF AMERICAN INDIAN
      >HERITAGE AT THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY
      >
      >APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20, 2003
      >
      >Description: The fellowship is for women of Native American heritage.
      >Candidates for this award may be working in any graduate or pre-
      >professional field on a topic appropriate to the Newberry Library's
      >collections. Financial support varies according to need and may
      >include travel expenses. Allen fellows are expected to spend a
      >significant part of their tenure in residence at Newberry's D'Arcy
      >McNickle Center for American Indian History. The tenure of the
      >fellowship is from one month to one year. Each applicant must submit
      >a vita, description of her research project, and a budget of travel
      >and research expenses. Awards will vary from $1,200 to $8,000 of
      >approved expenses.
      >
      >First awarded in 1983, the fellowships were established in 1980 by
      >the will of Frances Cornelia Wolfe Allen (1894-1980). A strong
      >advocate of education, Allen became interested in The Newberry
      >Library's programs after her 1977 and 1978 visits, while her
      >daughter, Helen Hornbeck Tanner, was director of the Atlas of Great
      >Lakes Indian History Project.
      >
      >The Newberry Library and The D'Arcy McNickle Center for American
      >Indian History: Founded in 1887, The Newberry Library is an
      >independent research library in the humanities, free and open to the
      >public. Located on Chicago's near north side, Newberry has more than
      >1.5 million volumes and 5 million manuscript pages. Its collections
      >concern the civilizations of Western Europe and the Americas from the
      >late Middle Ages to the early twentieth century. It has two unequaled
      >collections of print and non-print materials on the histories,
      >cultures, and literatures of American Indian peoples: The Edward E.
      >Ayer Collection and the Everett D. Graff Collection. The Ayer
      >collection, the largest in the library, is not only one of the best
      >collections of general Americana in the United States but also one of
      >the finest collections of American Indian material in the world. The
      >smaller Graff collection of Western Americana focuses on the trans-
      >Mississippi West in the nineteenth century. The McNickle Center was
      >founded in 1972 to improve the quality of what is taught and written
      >about American Indian history through the use of The Newberry
      >Library's collection in that field. D'Arcy McNickle (Salish-Koutenai)
      >initiated this mission. The McNickle Center serves scholars in such
      >fields as American Indian studies, anthropology, history,
      >linguistics, and literature.
      >
      >Sample Research Topics of Former Allen Fellows:
      >
      >Who Were the Bands that Became the Colville Indians?
      >Buffalo Creek: Social History of an Iroquois Community
      >Early Christian History of the Blackfeet Tribe
      >Threads of Discourse in Oneida Land Rights
      >History of the Gros Ventre People of North Central Montana
      >History of Minnesota Ojibwes
      >The Exclusion of the Indian from American Citizenship, 1808-1880
      >The Impact of the Holy Family School on the Blackfeet Reservation
      >Betrayal of the Osages: The Reign of Terror, 1921-26
      >The Impact of the Rhetoric of Nineteenth-Century Cherokee Women on
      >Their Twentieth-Century Daughters
      >
      >Committee on Awards
      >The Newberry Library
      >60 West Walton Street
      >Chicago, IL 60610-3380
      >
      >Phone: 312-255-3666
      >
      >Email: research@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.newberry.org
      >************************************************
      >9. Humane Studies Fellowships for Undergraduate or Graduate
      >Study
      >
      >Fellowship Deadline: 2002-12-31
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-22
      >Announcement ID: 131935
      >
      >The Institute for Humane Studies awards scholarships of up to $12,000
      >for undergraduate or graduate study in the United States or abroad.
      >Last year IHS awarded more than 90 scholarships to outstanding
      >undergraduates, graduate students, law students, and professional
      >students who are interested in the classical liberal tradition.
      >
      >For more information on Humane Studies Fellowships, please visit our
      >web site. To download an application, please click on
      >http://www.theihs.org/pdf/materials/115.pdf.
      >
      >The application deadline is December 31, 2002.
      >
      >Institute for Humane Studies
      >Humane Studies Fellowship Secretary
      >Phone:(800) 697-8799
      >
      >Email: ihs@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.theihs.org/article.php/117.html
      >***********************************************
      >10. Foundation for Child Development Changing Faces of
      >America's Children Young Scholars Program
      >
      >Fellowship Deadline: 2003-01-31
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-19
      >Announcement ID: 131911
      >
      >The Foundation for Child Development, a national philanthropy
      >concerned about the well-being of children and their families, has
      >created the FCD Changing Faces of America's Children Young Scholars
      >Program.
      >
      >The goals of the program are to:
      >
      >Support a new generation of scholars and their research on the
      >development, early education, and the child health needs of young
      >immigrant or newcomer children, from birth to age ten.
      >Stimulate both fundamental and policy-relevant research in a variety
      >of disciplines.
      >Eligible researchers will have earned their doctoral degrees within
      >the ten years prior to June 30, 2002, and be a full-time, tenure-
      >track faculty member of a college or university in the United States.
      >Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in the behavioral or social
      >sciences or in an allied professional field (e.g., public health,
      >social work, public policy, education, nursing). Approximately four
      >post-doctoral fellowships of up to $150,000 each for use over one to
      >three years maximum will be awarded competitively.
      >
      >Completed proposals must be received on or before Friday, January 31,
      >2003. Additional information is available on FCD's web site. Due to
      >the expected volume of calls, Foundation staff will be unable to
      >accept telephone inquiries.
      >
      >Foundation for Child Development
      >Changing Faces of America's Children
      >Young Scholars Program
      >145 East 32nd Street, 14th Floor
      >New York, NY 10016
      >
      >Email: guest2@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.ffcd.org
      >***********************************************
      >11. Announcing 2003-2004 Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship in
      >Human Security
      >
      >Location: New York, United States
      >Fellowship Deadline: 2003-01-31
      >Date Submitted: 2002-11-18
      >Announcement ID: 131896
      >
      >The National Council for Research on Women (NCRW) and the Center for
      >the Study of Women and Society at the Graduate Center of the City
      >University of New York announce a Rockefeller-funded Humanities
      >Fellowship Program, Facing Global Capital, Finding Human Security: A
      >Gendered Critique. Fellowships are available for 2003/2004 to
      >selected activists, academics and policymakers. This
      >interdisciplinary program explores the uses of a human security
      >framework for identifying non-discriminatory, sustainable policies
      >for women and girls, drawing into dialogue critical theories in the
      >humanities and social sciences, and discourses of policymakers and
      >activists. More information and application form available at our
      >website and http://web.gc.cuny.edu/womenstudies/index.htm.
      >Applications for 2003/2004 are due 31 January 2003.
      >
      >Becky Colesworthy
      >National Council for Research on Women
      >11 Hanover Square, 20th Floor
      >New York, NY 10005
      >
      >Phone: 212.785.7335, ext. 10
      >fax: 212.785.7350
      >Email: bcolesworthy@...
      >Visit the website at http://www.ncrw.org
      >******************************************************
      >12. Pre-Doctoral Program for underrepresented minority
      >Students, Stern School of Business at NYU
      >
      >Beginning this year, the Stern School of Business at NYU
      >will offer a Pre-Doctoral Program for underrepresented minority
      >students (African American, Native American and Hispanic American).
      >
      >This program is intended for underrepresented minority students who
      >are seeking to enroll in a Ph.D. program in Business at Stern or
      >elsewhere. The fundamental idea behind the program is to provide
      >talented, interested students with a solid foundation in the
      >quantitative business skills necessary for success in doctoral
      >studies with a heavy research orientation. We have posted the
      >program details on our website at:
      >www.stern.nyu.edu/phd/predoctoral/. The highlights
      >of our program are as follows:
      >
      > *Four semester non-degree program
      > *Full $22,000 stipend and free tuition
      > *Individually designed program and coursework
      > *Deadline is January 15, 2003
      >
      >We would appreciate your sharing this information with any strong
      >candidates. Thank you for your support.
      >
      >For further information, please contact:
      >Julie Cho
      >Associate Director
      >Doctoral Program
      >jcho@...
      >212-998-0744
      >******************************************************
      >13. NNALEA Scholarships
      >
      >DEADLINE: DECEMBER 15, 2002
      >
      >Each year, NNALEA presents five scholarships to deserving Indian
      >students. Four scholarships are for $1,000 and one is for $1,500.
      >
      >The latter, The Don Leonard Memorial Academic Scholarship, was
      >established by NNALEA in memory of one of its charter members who
      >lost his life during the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal
      >Building in Oklahoma City April 19, 1995. Donald Ray Leonard was
      >instrumental in planning NNALEA's first conference. He was on
      >assignment with the U.S. Secret Service in Oklahoma City. Agent
      >Leonard had joined the U.S. Secret Service in 1970 after having
      >served in the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife and three sons.
      >
      >Scholarship applicants must be of Indian heritage, have a 2.5 grade
      >point average, provide an official transcript and write a 200 word
      >essay about how relations between law enforcement and people in
      >Indian Country can be improved. The applications are evaluated on a
      >scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best. The applicant with the highest
      >score will receive the Don Leonard Memorial Scholarship.
      >
      >For more information, please e-mail the program director at
      >jwooten@... or click one of the links below:
      >
      >I'm a student and would like to apply for a scholarship online.
      >
      >I'm interested in donating to the general scholarship fund online
      >with a credit card.
      >
      >I'd like to establish a scholarship in my name or in memory of
      >someone and have NNALEA administer it.
      >******************************************************
      >14. NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP)
      >
      >NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP) is seeking
      >undergraduate students from diverse communities who are interested in
      >a challenging research experience at a NASA Center. Rising juniors
      >and seniors who are majoring or have a concentration in engineering,
      >mathematics, computer science or physical/life sciences are eligible
      >to apply. Weekly stipends of $500 for a 10-week summer session or a
      >15-week fall session, plus a round-trip travel allowance are
      >provided. Students must be enrolled full-time in an accredited U.S.
      >College or University (or community college students who are planning
      >to matriculate to into a four-year institution); must be U.S.
      >Citizens and have a grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale are
      >eligible to apply. An online application and program requirements
      >are located on the USRP website: http://education.nasa.gov/usrp
      >******************************************************
      >15. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Educational
      >Partnership Program with Minority Serving Institutions Undergraduate
      >Scholarship
      >
      >Contact Rose Etta Cox (865) 576-9279 or E-Mail Coxre@...
      >Applications also at www.orau.gov/orise/educ.htm (Choose "u
      >ndergrads? choose "list by name?for this program) 11/21/02
      >******************************************************
      >PhD Program: Molecular Biology, Cellular Physiology, Neural
      >Development, DNA Mutagenesis and Repair, Chromosome Structure, Gene
      >Regulation, RNA Processing and Catalytic RNA, Macromolecular
      >Structure, Virology, Metabolism, Signal Transduction, Immunology,
      >Stem Cell Biology, or Human Genetics (wow!)
      >
      >Looking for a PHD program where: *You are mentored one on one by
      >internationally respected researchers who rank in the top 5 percent
      >of NIH grant recipients. *You are given a generous stipend of 23K
      >plus health benefits to do your research in: Molecular Biology,
      >Cellular Physiology, Neural Development, DNA Mutagenesis and Repair,
      >Chromosome Structure, Gene Regulation, RNA Processing and Catalytic
      >RNA, Macromolecular Structure, Virology, Metabolism, Signal
      >Transduction, Immunology, Stem Cell Biology, or Human Genetics. *You
      >don't pay tuition. *You are encouraged to publish in respected
      >journals and participate in scientific meetings. City of Hope
      >Graduate School of Biological Sciences web site at
      >http://gradschool.coh.org or give us a call at 626-256-8775 or email
      >snovak@... 11/21/02
      >******************************************************
      >16. Seeking American Indian students who are interested in
      >applying to graduate school in Clinical Psychology.
      >
      >Seeking American Indian students who are interested in applying to
      >graduate school in Clinical Psychology. InPsych will provide
      >mentoring and guidance through the application process. Help with
      >writing a personal statement, tips on taking the GRE, support from
      >current graduate students, and more. InPsych offers funding for
      >undergraduates and graduate students to include a stipend, books, and
      >a travel allowance. InPsych also offers an Indian Psychology Club &
      >summer program. Contact Shannon Dooling at Sdooling@...
      >Inpsych@... for more information www.umt.edu/inpsych
      >******************************************************
      >17. Minority Health Disparities Summer Research Opportunities
      >
      >The Minority Health Disparities Summer Research Opportunities program
      >sponsored by the NIH and the Graduate College at the University of
      >Arizona, Tucson, AZ offers summer research in biomedical areas
      >disproportionately affecting minority populations. Underrepresented
      >minority students between their junior and senior years interested in
      >pursuing graduate education in biomedical fields are encouraged to
      >apply. For more information and downloadable applications check
      >http://grad.arizona.edu/multi/imp_index.html or contact Sandi Bartell
      >at bartell@... , 520-626-0095. Deadline: February 1,
      >2003 ******************************************************
      >18. Graduate School at Princeton University summer
      >undergraduate research program
      >
      >The Graduate School at Princeton University is offering a nine week
      >paid summer undergraduate research program for 20 underrepresented
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