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The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

UNC-Chapel Hill Summer Programs

The Research Apprenticeship Program (RAP)

www.med.unc.edu/oed/rap
RAP was developed by the UNC-CH School of Medicine to increase the number of disadvantaged rising junior and senior high school students who pursue careers in the science fields.  The Program exposes students to basic and/or clinical research through an apprenticeship experience.  Students will work on a scientific project under the guidance of a research scientist for seven-weeks.  Students will be able to expand their knowledge of and competence in science.  They will conduct science in creative ways, expand their appreciation of the investigative process, and investigate career prospects.  At the completion of the Program, participants will provide a written and oral presentation on their projects.  A stipend is awarded and on-campus housing is provided. 
Program Cost:

Contact: Georgia_Njagu@med.unc.edu
Phone: (919) 966-7673

Deadline: 03/01/04

Medical Education Development (MED) Program

www.med.unc.edu/oed/med
The MED Program provides demanding academic preparation on the level of beginning medical/dental studies for applicants* planning to apply to medical or dental school in the fall.  Students are engaged in over 200 scheduled class and lab hours in Gross Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Clinical Biochemistry, and Microbiology/ Immunology or Dental Theory and Technique.  Individualized work in learning, study, and test-taking skills will be provided in addition to pre-professional counseling, seminars, workshops, and orientation to the medical and dental school environment.  Participants receive grades in each course and a certificate upon completion of the program.  A UNC-CH transcript is NOT issued, although some institutions may elect to give credit. 
Program Cost:

Contact: Teresa Butler@med.unc.edu
Phone: [919] 966-7673

Deadline: 03/01/04

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