Sustainable Horizons Institute is pleased to announce 2018 Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP) program is now accepting applications from faculty at US degree granting academic institutions. Visit Berkeley Lab to learn about summer research opportunities for you and/or your students at a Department of Energy National Laboratory
SRP Matching and Exploratory Workshop
To facilitate the possible matching of faculty and/or their students with lab research opportunities, selected faculty will be invited to a workshop on December 3-4, 2018, at Berkeley Lab. Computing Sciences staff and selected faculty applicants will discuss their research projects and interests in order to determine possible matches and the potential for research collaborations.
This workshop, developed under a partnership between Sustainable Horizons Institute and Berkeley Lab, is designed for faculty from any US degree granting institution, including Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) and women’s, liberal arts, and community colleges, which support students such as: women, minorities, first generation scholars, and people with disabilities as well as those from under-privileged backgrounds. Faculty learn about opportunities to engage in collaborative, cutting-edge research with Berkeley Lab computing scientists. Matched faculty will be invited to apply for summer research opportunities at Berkeley lab.
- Pre-workshop webinar
- Travel funding for Matching and Exploratory Workshop
- Meetings with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory staff to discuss possible research collaborations
- Potential to participate in summer research as:
- Faculty/student teams
- Students on their own
Preference is given to faculty/student teams