Summer Research Assistantships are available for summer 2013 through the PLME Office in either Biomedical Sciences and Emergency Medicine on a competitive basis. The deadline for application is 5PM on February 4, 2013.
================================================ CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Framework in Global Health Program. Applications are due Thursday, November 1, 2012! FRAMEWORK GLOBAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS enable students (undergraduate, MPH, medical and PhD), fellows and trainees to work on global health research for a minimum of 8 weeks at an international site. IRB approval is not required upon submission; however, successful applicants MUST obtain approval before the funds can be disbursed. Awardees will receive up to $3,500. FRAMEWORK FACULTY CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS, co-sponsored by the Framework in Global Health Program and the Office of International Affairs, are awarded to faculty members developing new courses or revising existing ones to include global health content. Past grant recipients have invited guest speakers, added readings, and developed initiatives to bring global health content to the subject matter of a course. The grants are intended to incorporate global health subject matter into seminars and courses that previously had none, as opposed to enhancing seminars and courses that already include global health content. The grants have a $4,000 maximum and will help cover the cost of students who assist instructors in course revision, travel and related expenses for guest lecturers, as well as other costs entailed with the integration of global health content into these courses. All regular members of the Brown faculty are eligible to apply. Previous recipients of a Framework Faculty Curriculum Development Grant are not eligible for a repeat award. For more information, please visit http://brown.edu/initiatives/global-health/framework-global-health-program. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by The GLOBAL HEALTH INITIATIVE FRAMEWORK IN GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAM and OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS