Thursday, May 8, 2014

3 UCSD Programs for Lab Training and Career Support

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The UCSD Moores Cancer Center has openings for students who are pursuing a science major (basic or behavioral) and are underrepresented minorities in the sciences and/or are socioeconomically disadvantaged. Eligible students will participate in one of three programs, which include eight weeks of paid summer laboratory training, plus continued academic, personal, and career support while students are at UCSD. The three programs include:

11.      Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences Program (CURE) is only for incoming UCSD freshmen and sophomores or community college transfer students.

22.       Creating Scientists to Address Cancer Disparities Program (CSP) is for full-time community college students, currently at a local San Diego community college, with the hope of transferring to UCSD within the next 12 to 24 months and have completed at least 30 transferable credits.

33.       Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program (Bridges) is for students at Mesa College who have not yet completed 30 UCSD transferrable credits, with the hope of transferring to UCSD within the next 24 months.

CSU Temecula Accepting Kinesiology Applications!

CSU Temecula is currently accepting applications of admission for Kinesiology, please read the following:

Below are a few “getting started” links for anyone interested in the B.S. Kinesiology: Health Science degree option at CSUSM Temecula:

B.S. Kinesiology: Health Science Option

B.S. Kinesiology program at CSUSM in Temecula – Program Information & Upcoming Information Sessions (*Thursday, May 8th):

B.S. Kinesiology program at CSUSM in Temecula – How to Apply:

CSU Lower Division General Education Admission Requirements: