Research Associateship Opportunities through the National Research Council

The National Research Council of the National Academies has announced the 2010 Research Associateship Programs to be conducted on behalf of U.S. federal research laboratories and affiliated institutions at over 100 locations throughout the U.S. (including NIH, EPA, NOAA, NETL and many others).  The programs provide opportunities for Graduate, Ph.D., Sc.D., or M.D. scientists and engineers of unusual promise and ability to perform research on problems largely of their own choosing, yet compatible with the research interests of the sponsoring institutions.

Contact with the research adviser/mentor at the proposed sponsoring laboratory, including discussion of the proposed project, is necessary prior to submitting  a formal application to the NRC.  Detailed program information and instructions on how to apply online is available at: www.national-academies.org/rap

Annual application deadlines are February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1.

Hunter Biology Professor, Dr. Jill Bargonetti to Present Research at Lehman

Biology Seminar: “The Molecular Yin and Yang of p53 and Mdm2: Multiple Deregulation Pathways in Cancer”

Monday, November 23rd, 12-1pm (Refreshments provided and begin at 11:50).  The seminar will be held at Lehman College in Davis Hall, Room 335.

Dr. Jill Baronetti is a Professor in the Biology Department at Hunter College. To read more about her research, visit her page on Hunter’s Biology site.

City College Engineering Students Discuss Honduras Water Project at U.N.

City College’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders is working in rural Honduras to bring fresh water to small villages.  The two chapter leaders, mechanical engineering major Joanna Bonfiglio, and civil engineering major Svetlana Fisher gave a presentation on their work to a water issues panel for Rotary International Day held at the United Nations.  Their next initiative is focused on creating a ventilation solution for the community’s wood-burning mud brick stoves.  Read more from CUNY.

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