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Global Citizens Fellowship Opportunity


With $5,000, how would you create change in the global community?  UCLA’s Global Citizens Fellowship (GCF) provides undergraduate students the opportunity to travel abroad and answer that question each summer.  We invite you to learn more about the fellowship and if interested, apply to complete a service project of your own!  Please see below for important upcoming dates, deadlines, and information:


Duke university Neurobiology Graduate Training Program

Work with leaders in Neuroscience as you become one

Duke Neurobiology actively recruits students with training in math, physics,
computer science, engineering, and biological disciplines. We utilize theory,
computation, and experimental approaches to understand the brain and thus
seek students from diverse disciplines to help tackle complex questions.

Orientation Part 2

As you know, the Schedule of Classes as been released and enrollment appointments have been assigned. Since enrollment for Winter Quarter will begin in a week or so, New Student & Transition Programs will be holding our Orientation Part 2 event next Tuesday and Wednesday (Nov. 5 and Nov. 6). Orientation Part 2 is an evening event where New Student Advisors (NSAs) will be available for drop-in advising to help students plan their Winter Quarter schedules.  

Orientation Part 2 will be taking place on two nights:

James C. Gaither Junior Fellows Program 2020-2021

Friday, November 30, 2019, is the UCLA campus deadline to submit application materials.


The UCLA campus may nominate up to two individuals for the James C. Gaither Junior Fellows program (formerly the Carnegie Junior Fellows Program). The UCLA campus application is Friday, November 29, 2019. The  campus selection committee has a deadline to submit nominees to Carnegie by January 15, 2019.  There are 400 participating colleges and institutions and each one may nominate two individuals from which the 12 – 14 fellowship recipients will be selected.