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NSF funds summer research program abroad for undergraduates at UC San Diego

in on Thursday, April 8, at an Orientation session, from 5-6:30 p.m. (Provost's Conference Room, Sixth College) . Participants must be full-time UCSD undergraduate students with U.S. citizenship and a minimum 3.0 grade point average (out of 4.0). The program is encouraging sophomores to apply, but special cases will be considered. The deadline to submit application materials is April 30, and students accepted into the program will be notified in mid-May. Participation in the Collaborative Undergraduate Experiences program will meet the Practicum requirement at Sixth College, and students may enroll for academic credit, but enrollment in Sixth College is not a requirement.

"This project can provide a unique opportunity to train students to routinely use cyberinfrastructure for communication and research," added Wienhausen. "This could open their eyes to the immense potential this technology has to impact science."


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University of California - San Diego
7-Apr-2004


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