OU-HCOM - Office of Admissions

Ohio University

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  • May 31 2016

  • New dates coming soon

  • College junior - College senior

  • Stipend

Description

Office of Admissions Why spend your time in a low paying summer job when you could be gaining valuable research experience or preparing yourself for the rigors of medical school? OU-HCOM offers two summer experiences for students who are ready for the challenge. Participants in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program work in an active research laboratory under the guidance of a faculty mentor. This seven-week program is designed to expose you to the challenges, excitement and satisfaction of biomedical and basic science research. In addition to gaining research experience, program participants will also earn six semester hours of Ohio University biological science credit which may be transferred back to your home institution. Application Deadline - March 1, 2016 Summer Scholars is a rigorous premedical program that has been opening doors for students from disadvantaged backgrounds since 1982. The program is designed to enhance preparation for admission to medical school by immersing participants in activities similar to what one would encounter during their first year at OU-HCOM. This includes a core curriculum of basic science courses taught by medical school faculty, study skills and time management workshops, clinical experiences and special presentations on cultural competency and research methods. In keeping with the educational culture at OU-HCOM, all activities are designed to emphasize case-based problem solving and small group teamwork.

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Opportunity Information

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Application Deadline

New dates coming soon

Location

Athens, Ohio

Starts

May 31 2016

Financial AID

Stipend

Grade Levels

College junior / College senior

Last Updated on

August 9 2017

Opportunity Types


Important Dates

Start Date

May 31 2016

End Date

July 11 2016

Deadline Date

New dates coming soon


Session

No multiple sessions
Categories

Science, Health and Medicine

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