Application Deadlines

FEATURED ASM PROGRAMS  

Biology Scholars Research Residency. This year-long residency program seeks to develop ones’ knowledge and skills in evidenced-based research in learning. Applicants selected as the 2009—2010 Research Scholars will begin their year by attending the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Institute 15–18 July 2009 in Washington, D.C.  

WWW:
www.biologyscholars.org.  

Deadline: 1 March 2009  

ASM Pre-Meeting Workshop Scholarship Program. Make the most of the 109th ASM General Meeting with the ASM Pre-Meeting Workshop Scholarship Program! This highly prestigious scholarship offers an opportunity to learn scientific techniques from leaders in the field. This Scholarship Program provides successful applicants with registration to the premeeting workshop of their choice at this year’s GM. The scholarship is available to all ASM members who are from, and currently residing in, resource-limited countries. To be eligible for this scholarship applicants must have an abstract accepted by theGMand be pre-registered for the meeting.  

WWW:
http://www.asm.org/International/workshopscholarship 

Deadline: 15 March 2009.  

ASM Faculty Enhancement Program. Faculty who teach microbiology at 2- or 4-year institutions with a large percentage of historically excluded and underrepresented students are eligible to apply for an award to attend the 2009 ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators to be held May 28–31 at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins.  

WWW:
www.asmcue.org.  

Deadline: 20 March 2009.  

ASM Early-Career Faculty Travel Awards. ASM offers travel grants to the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators to be held May 28–31 at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins. Earlycareer undergraduate faculty, postdoctoral scientists, or senior-level graduate students interested in teaching careers are eligible to apply.  

WWW:
www.asmcue.org.  

Deadline: 20 March 2009.  

American Board of Medical Microbiology (ABMM) Certification. Certifies the expertise of doctoral-level microbiologists seeking to direct public health or clinical microbiology laboratories. ABMM certification is achieved by passing an online multiple-choice exam that is offered daily in the month of June at testing centers worldwide.  

WWW:
www.microbiologycert.org 

Deadline: 1 April 2009.  

ASM Undergraduate Teaching Fellowship Program (ASM-UTF). A K-12 teaching experience in science at field site. Benefits include: a student stipend, two-year complimentary ASM membership, and an allowance for teaching supplies. Online applications are available on the following URL.  

WWW:
index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id_51660.  

Deadline: 1 April 2009.  

ASM International Professorship for Latin America, Africa and Asia. Take advantage of this opportunity to share your knowledge with young scientists around the world! This program provides funding to support an ASM member from the US who is scientifically recognized in his/her area to teach a hands-on, highly interactive short course on a single topic in the microbiological sciences at an institution of higher learning in Latin America, Africa or Asia.

WWW:http://www.asm.org/International/ professorship.  

Deadline: 15 April 2009.  

ASM/IUSTF Indo-US Professorships. Take advantage of this opportunity to share your knowledge with young scientists through the Visiting Teaching Professorship or to collaborate with an established scientist through the Visiting Research Professorship. This professorship encourages partnerships between the United States and India. Sponsored by the Indo-US Science&Technology Forum, the program enables (i) Microbiologists in India and the United States to visit institutions in the other country to teach an interactive short course on a topic in any of the microbiological disciplines (Teaching Professor). (ii) Microbiologists in India to participate in an interactive short course at a US institution on a topic in any of the microbiological disciplines, or conduct a research project in partnership with colleague in a research facility in the U.S. (Research Professor). Open to ASM members and non-members alike, the program seeks to broaden collaboration between India and the US on issues of global concern. For more information or to join/search the database of interested visiting professors, please visit
http://www.asm.org/International/professorship.  

Deadline: 15 April 2009.  

ASM International Fellowship for Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The ASM International Fellowships are an opportunity for students from around the world to conduct research with experienced scientists in the United States. This award seeks to promote international collaborations in microbiological research and training. The fellowships are offered to promising young investigators in Latin America, Africa, or Asia who are within five years of obtaining, or in the process of obtaining, his/her master’s, Ph.D., or other equivalent academic degree and who are working in any of the microbiology disciplines. The award allows the fellow to visit a host scientist in the US, but is not intended to support travel related to obtaining a degree at the host institution. For more information or to join/search the database of interested US host professors, please visit
http://www.asm.org/International/fellowship.  

Deadline: 15 April 2009.


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