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Virtual Data Visualization Research Opportunity

If you are interested in early research in Data Visualization with The Economic Graph in Summer 2019, please contact Professor Lancie Affonso at affonsol@cofc.edu.

What is the Economic Graph?

The Economic Graph is a digital representation of the global economy based on over 610 million members, 50 thousand skills, 30 million companies, 20 million open jobs, and 84 thousand schools. In short: it’s all the data on LinkedIn. Learn more about the Economic Graph here.

Posted on April 14, 2019 in Research

Summer Undergraduate Research at MUSC

Seeking an undergraduate for a 10-week summer research project involving RNA-protein interactions in the context of cancer (more below). The position has a salary of $4000 and the participation dates are May 28 to Aug 2, 2019.

Research project: Research will focus on the study of RNA-protein interactions in the context of cancer, using cell and molecular biology methodologies, such as immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy, molecular cloning, cell culture, RNA and protein extraction, western blotting, qRT-PCR. For more details, visit: http://regmed.musc.edu/Faculty/KourtidisA.htm.

About the program: The position is part of the “MUSC SC INBRE Research Experience for Undergraduates”. It is funded by SC INBRE, an NIH program grant, with the aim of promoting undergraduate training in South Carolina. The student will be employed for 10 weeks at 40 hours per week with a salary of $10/hr. In addition to the research project, the student will be supported in attending a research symposium to present their findings.

Application process: Contact Dr. Antonis Kourtidis (kourtidi@musc.edu). A transcript and a faculty reference are requested.

Posted on April 11, 2019 in Research

Summer Research Opportunities

If you are interested in a summer research project on cloud computing using Microsoft Azure contact Lancie Affonso (affonsol@cofc.edu). More information on Microsoft Azure can be found here.

If you are interested in a summer Data Visualization research project with Microsoft Business Intelligence contact Lancie Affonso (affonsol@cofc.edu). More information on Microsoft Business Intelligence can be found here, and more information on Power BI can be found here.

 

Posted on April 9, 2019 in Research

Research Opportunity at MUSC

Undergraduate volunteer research opportunity in cardiovascular developmental biology.
Preferably sophomores interested in research opportunities for the independent study and/or Bachelor’s Essay. Please send resume to sugiy@musc.edu. Please indicate your GPA.

Learn More
Current Research Focus for Volunteer Student Researchers
• Study the role of BMP signaling in cardiovascular development using genetically engineered mouse models.

Approach
DNA extraction and PCR (genotyping). RNA extraction and quantitative RT-PCR. Histology. Immunohistochemistry. Amira 3D Reconstruction. Microscopy.

Please visit http://regmed.musc.edu/Faculty/SugiY.htm to learn more. If you are interested in this research opportunity, send resumes to sugiy@musc.edu and include your GPA. For more information, please check out this opportunity’s flyer.

Posted on March 13, 2019 in Research

Student Opportunity Center (SOC)

CofC Honors has recently adopted a resource that connects you to over 10,000 conferences, journals, research, and funding opportunities from all over the world. It is free, easy to use, and flexible to your interests. Please take 30 seconds to check it out and discover opportunities to make yourself stand out from the crowd!

Check your emails (and spam folders) for an invitation to join the network. This short video provides more information on how to navigate the new system.

Posted on January 22, 2019 in Internships & Jobs, Research, Scholarships, Grants & Awards

Virtual Student Federal Service

Are you a student looking for a way to make a real difference in the work of your government, while also gaining job experience and connections?

Through the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) program, a program through the US Department of State, students can work on projects that advance the work of government on multiple fronts. Projects include helping counter violent extremism, strengthening human rights monitoring, developing virtual programs, engaging in digital communications, mapping, economic and political reporting, data analysis, graphic design, and app building. A full list of projects is available here.

Each year, federal employees submit project requests between May 1 and June 10. U.S. students apply to their top three VSFS projects from July 1-31 on USAJOBS.gov. VSFS supervisors review applications between August 1-31 and may contact VSFS candidates for a virtual interview. As part of the interview, candidates may be asked to show examples of their expertise and work. All candidates will hear by early September if they have been offered a position.

Selected eInterns work on their projects for ten hours a week from September through May. Some eInterns work their academic institutions to receive course credit for their VSFS participation.

Posted on December 17, 2018 in Internships & Jobs, Research

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