Summer Fellowships for WSE
The Institute for Computational Medicine, an institute in
the Whiting School of Engineering and the School of
Medicine, will sponsor two noncredit summer research
fellowships for undergraduates in the Whiting School.
Applicants for the Raj and Neera Singh Undergraduate Summer
Research Fellowship should be entering their junior or
senior year. The stipend is $5,000, and the 10-week
projects must take place between June 1 and Aug. 30.
Fellowships are awarded in the areas of biological
systems modeling, computational anatomy and image analysis,
and mathematical bioinformatics. Applicants should contact
a core faculty member working in their research area of
choice to discuss possible projects. Go to:
www.icm.jhu.edu/faculty for a complete list. Applicants
should develop a two-page research proposal in
collaboration with their possible fellowship mentor.
Proposals will be reviewed competitively by the ICM core
faculty to determine fellowship recipients.
Applications are online at:
www.icm.jhu.edu/summer-fellowship. The deadline is
April 6. For more information, contact Jennifer Hopkins at
Women's Network Leadership Award
The JHU Women's Network is seeking nominations for the
annual Women's Leadership Award, to be presented at the
Spring Luncheon on May 11 at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
One honoree from each chapter — APL, Bayview,
Homewood, JHMI and SAIS — will be selected based on
evidence of the following criteria: motivating others in
their work and community; developing leadership skills in
others; mentoring others in their work; increasing employee
knowledge of critical issues facing an office, division or
department of the university; and strengthening commitment
of the faculty, staff and students to the university.
Anyone may nominate a member of the faculty, staff or
student body who has provided leadership at JHU.To do so,
download a form at:
must be received via e-mail by Friday, March 3.
Homewood Arts Awards and Grants
The Homewood Arts Programs Certificate is awarded to
graduating seniors who have made a significant contribution
to the nonacademic arts at JHU.
The certificate acknowledges and rewards long-term and
dedicated participation in one of five areas. To apply, go
artscertificate.html. Juniors must apply by March 1.
The Arts Innovation Program seeks to stimulate efforts
by Homewood faculty, staff and students through two
complementary programs. The first offers funding to faculty
and staff who wish to create credit-bearing courses in the
arts, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary and
cross-departmental courses; the second seeks to inspire the
artistic efforts of students, either those currently
engaged in arts activities or those wishing to create a new
venture. Grant amounts are up to $2,000 for students and
$8,000 for faculty/staff.
To apply, go to:
artsinnovation.html. The deadline is March 1 for fall
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