For the second year, the Offce of the Vice Chancellor for Research has offered a University-wide incentive to encourage junior faculty to apply for the National Science Foundation CAREER Award. Any successfully funded proposal, submitted for the July 2011 deadlines, will be provided with a 10% supplement up to a maximum of $50,000.
In its fourth year as part of the New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF), the NYCSEF & CUNY College Now Summer Research Internship Program brought high school juniors and seniors from across the city into CUNY’s research labs.
Two CUNY Advanced Science Seminar (CASS) events have been scheduled for fall 2011.
C-SURP student, Alexandra (Sasha) Filonenko, discusses her research experience and future goals.
C-SURP student, Julio Alvarez, discusses his research experience and future goals.
C-SURP student, Annakarina Marinos, discusses her research experience and future goals.
C-SURP student, Chathuranga De Silva, discusses his research experience and future goals.
CUNY’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program (C-SURP) placed students in research laboratories across the CUNY system. This was the program’s second year.
Dr. Eno Essien Ebong is currently a postdoctoral researcher working with faculty members both at The City College of New York and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. John Waldman (Queens) spent part of his summer on a research expedition to Mongolia in search of a rare and primitive fish, the taimen. During the trip, Dr. Waldman kept a blog documenting his experiences.