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please see below for opportunities that may be of interest to biological sciences majors


UC Davis Microbiology Graduate Program

There will be 'Virtual Admission Info Sessions' about UC Davis's Microbiology Graduate Program on October 21st at 3pm Pacific Time & October 28th at 1pm Pacific Time. The Program Chair, Admission Committee member, Program Coordinator, and Student Reps will be available to share admission information and to answer questions about applying to the Microbiology Graduate Program at UC Davis.

The flyer for the event can be found here.

Please reach out to Karryn Doyle at with any questions.

Associate Program & Analyst Positions

The healthcare information firm Close Concerns is currently hiring graduating seniors for their two-year Associate Program, as well as Analyst Positions at their sister organization dQ&A, a patient-focused diabetes research company. This year, they are looking to hire seven motivated people with all types of skills, backgrounds, interests, and experiences to work within their supportive, collaborative, and inclusive work environment.

Please reach out to Katie Lingen (she/her) at with any questions.

DOORS Scholarship Opportunity

This year The BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute (BTC Institute) is partnering with Promega to provide the DOORS scholarship to 10 talented students. This is a $5,000 scholarship being offered for Juniors and Seniors from underrepresented backgrounds. BTCI is a nonprofit, independent organization which shares the BTC building with Promega Corporation. The BTCI exists to offer training in biotechnology and biopharmaceutical manufacturing; support the development of high technology industries; facilitate science, technology, nature discovery and arts programs for the youth; and enable community organizations to offer educational and cultural programs. 

Visit this website for more information.

Please note the Sept 30 deadline to apply.

Scholarship Opportunity

Each year, the Greater Illinois Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (GIC HIMSS) offers two (2) $2,500 scholarships to students enrolled in accredited undergraduate, masters, and post-graduate programs in health management, health information technology (HIT), health-focused management programs, or other technology programs with an HIT focus.  

The application for this opportunity is now open and can be accessed hereThe application deadline is midnight U.S. Central time on November 13, 2022.

You can also read more about this opportunity on this flier

Pharmacoengineering PhD Program

Division of Pharmacoengineering & Molecular Pharmaceutics (DPMP) at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy is offering a PhD program! DPMP is the only graduate program concentrated solely on delivery of pharmaceuticals and vaccines (drug delivery) and we focus on translating therapies from bench to beside.

There will be a Zoom information session about this program on Tuesday October 4th at 6:00pm Eastern Time. It is open to everyone, and you can register here.

Submit a question to be answered at the webinar here.

Flyer: undergraduate/pharmacoengineering-recruitment-flyer-for-oct-4-6pm-est-info-session.pdf


Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Outreach


Volunteer/Course-Credits Interns Needed in the Exercise and Health Lab

Applications due August 26th.
Please see document for more information.


Teaching Laboratory Position

UChicago Biological Sciences Collegiate Division is looking for a Teaching Lab Tech. Please click here for more information.


Northwestern's Master of Science in Law (MSL) Program

For more information: an online information session coming up on Wednesday, May 18th at 5:30pm CT – this is a great way to learn more about this innovative program and hear directly from faculty and students. Students can register directly via this link.  


University of Kentucky’s Dept. of Toxicology & Cancer Biology - Master's Programs

Master’s in Forensic Toxicology & Analytical Genetics

Master’s in Toxicology


Positions for Rare Disease Research at the University of Pennsylvania

The Gene Therapy Program (GTP) at the University of Pennsylvania is currently hiring for entry-level through senior director positions! Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, GTP has been a leader in the development of innovative vector technology for close to three decades. Led by Dr. Jim Wilson, we’ve cultivated a dynamic research environment that has emerged as the “go-to” organization for public and private partners who want to participate in the gene therapy space and help patients with rare diseases.

Any questions about these openings can be sent directly to GTP’s Human Resources Team (

Flyer: gtp-flyer.pdf


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