The deadline to turn in travel grants is March 8, 2019. We do still have funds available so please make sure you turn them in as soon as possible. The travel grant sample is located on the same page as the travel grant form. Please look this over and make sure you follow all directions.Read More
Spring semester workshops will be located in VBT-216, this is across the hall from our current room. The next workshop is Tuesday, February 26 given by our very own stellar Faculty Mentor Dr. Elena Dukhovny. If you have not signed up for enough workshops and would like to, we do have the Forever Pioneer Talks open to sign up for. Please email the CSR to do so.Read More
All CSR Scholars must participate in the Cal State East Bay Student Research Symposium hosted on April 17, 2019. Each student(that are not CSR Scholars) must register separately for the symposium through our Google form by March 17, 2019. If you have class during the time slot then you must send a screenshot of your class schedule to email@example.com.Read More
All CSR Scholars are required to present a research poster (regardless of the phase at which you are at in your given research project*) in the Cal State East Bay Student Research Symposium (SRS) being held on campus (Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 12-2pm). This event is a great opportunity to share your research with other students, faculty, and administrators and staff at CSUEB! Last year, we had approximately 250 participants and attendees!
*During the CSR Poster workshop, we overview different poster formats to accomodate different phases of research progress (so be sure to attend that session if you want advice on preparing your poster for the SRS).
For the time being, please begin discussions with your faculty mentors about getting started on your posters!
See our "want ads"! On this page, we have posted information from different faculty members who are looking for you!
The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) Summer Undergraduate Research Program is a non-credit, ten-week, structured research experience. The program consists of "hands-on" laboratory research with an investigator serving as a mentor, role model and advisor.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Program is funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and UMMS Provost’s Office.
The program is designed to provide participants in-depth exposure to actual biomedical research. Participants will develop career-building connections with faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and peers. The program encourages participants to consider biomedical research as a viable career choice. Over 33% of former participants have subsequently pursued MD, PhD or MD/PhD training.
Why should I apply?