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Seeking Additional Students For Biophysical Society Summer Course

There are still a few slots available in the Biophysical Society Summer Course. This is an 11-week scholarship program that introduces undergraduate minority students to the field of biophysics. The course is held at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 15-August 4, 2012.
Please share this incredible opportunity with your students, colleagues, and classmates. All tuition and fees during the course are covered, and participants receive a stipend for living expenses throughout the summer. Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive three credits.
Admission is on a rolling basis and applications will be considered as they are received. The application form can be found athttp://www.biophysics.org/ProfessionalDevelopment/Education/SummerCourseinBiophysics/tabid/898/Default.aspx.

For more information, visit the Summer Course webpage at
http://www.biophysics.org/ProfessionalDevelopment/Education/SummerCourseinBiophysics/tabid/898/Default.aspx or contact Erica Retrosi, Course Administrator ([log in to unmask], 240-290-5608).

Sincerely,
Michael Jarstfer, PhD
Associate Professor
Director of the Biophysical Society Summer Course 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Division of Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry

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