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URC: 1st Club Meeting
The Undergraduate Research Club (URC), a newly created student club, will be holding our first club meeting in the Office of Undergraduate Research (Rm. AC-3E07b).
FacultyNamphy, Mychel
Mychel Namphy Assistant Professor - English - 718-262-2477
FacultyGrosskopf, Nicholas
Nicholas Grosskopf Associate Professor - Health and Physical Education and Gerontological Studies - 718-262-5117
FacultyKhandaker, Nazrul
Nazrul Khandaker Professor - Earth and Physical Sciences - 718-262-2079
Neuroscience Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
Undergraduate Research Experiences in Neuroscience Supported by the National Science Foundation (Award # 1156870). The Brooklyn College Neuroscience REU Program provides students the opportunity to immerse in rich and innovative mentored research experiences in clinical, cognitive and behavioral neuroscience.
State Society on Aging of New York (SSANY) presents "Addressing the Needs of Diverse New York City Elders: Multidisciplinary Perspectives"
The State Society on Aging of New York sponsored program focuses on the needs of New York City’s older adults and families.
CUNY Pipeline
The Pipeline Program provides orientation to the academy through a six-week summer research institute at the Graduate Center and research projects conducted with a CUNY faculty member.
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Advanced Technological Education: Mechatronics
Mechatronics Technology Center City Tech's Mechatronics Technology Center (MTC) was established in September 2010 by a grant from the National Science Foundation under the Advanced Technology Education (ATE) program. It provides a multidisciplinary platform for students to learn the latest mecharonics/robotic technology and to gain experience through hands-on projects.
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Authentic Research Experience in Microbiology
Authentic Research Experience in Microbiology (AREM) is a modular approach to integrating genomics research into the general biology or microbiology curriculum. AREM investigates the microbiome of New York City across its boroughs, its streets and parks and across time. AREM is the first large scale genomics approach to understanding makeup of microbial communities in the urban environment. AREM was created by Professor Theodore Muth at Brooklyn College and was funded by the National Science Foundation. Follow the links below to find out more about having an AREM module in biology courses at your school.
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Blueprint Program for Enhancing Neuroscience Diversity Through Undergraduate Research Education Experience (BP-ENDURE)
Training and research opportunities in Neuroscience are available at Hunter College.
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