OPPORTUNITY FOR RISING SENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS: Applications are now being accepted for the UW Molecular Engineering (MolE) Priority Admission & Recruiting Visit on August 14-16, 2018. This event, sponsored by the Molecular Engineering & Sciences (MolES) Institute, gives graduating seniors the unique opportunity to apply and gain acceptance to the MolE Ph.D. program months before the standard application timeline. Students will be given a forum to present their undergraduate research, meet with UW’s world-class faculty and graduate students, and engage in professional development opportunities. Offers of priority admission will be sent the week following the visit.
Just a few of the benefits: • Students accepted for priority admissions will participate in the Undergraduate Research Symposium offered in partnership with the UW Undergraduate Research Program Office. • Hear more about the exciting research taking place in UW labs from MolES faculty (www.moles.washington.edu/faculty). • Connect with other undergraduate STEM researchers, as well as REU students from institutions across the United States. • Network with students and faculty with shared interest in molecular engineering.
The MolES Institute will cover travel and housing costs for accepted students. Please also find further information about the program in this linked flyer, and at our website:
Applications are due by July 15, 2018. Accepted students will be notified shortly thereafter.
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