A summer research studentship opportunity for NeuroCAM studies at partnering universities.
Our undergraduate grant is a summer research studentship opportunity for neuroCAM studies at partnering universities. Students selected for funding will be awarded a $7000 salary for the May-August period.
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Eligibility and Conditions
- Research must be in the area of NeuroCAM.
- Applicants are required to identify a supervisor/mentor (an Assistant, Associate or Full Professor) from an accredited university for the project who will guide and review the student’s activities.
- Applicants can be Canadian or international students working on their project at one of the following universities:
- University of Alberta
- University of Calgary
- University of Lethbridge
- University of Northern British Columbia
- University of Toronto
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Victoria
- MacEwan University
- Mount Royal University
- Applicants must be registered in an undergraduate degree program at the time when they submit their application, or have recently completed one and not started any graduate work.
- If the research work requires either human or animal ethics clearance, evidence of that clearance must be sent to Branch Out before studentship funds will be released.
- Applicants must supply copies of unofficial transcripts and have their project supervisor submit a reference survey on the applicant’s behalf by the grant application deadline. The student may submit an optional second reference letter.