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Research, employment and seminar opportunities

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Links to information for undergraduates looking for opportunities for research, employment and volunteering.

Research Opportunities:

  • Research Readiness Program

    This program teaches over 4 days at the beginning of the summer the necessary concepts that will be used in the students’ research career, making sure that students are ready to hit the ground running when they start in the research lab.
    For more information visit:

  • Kupcinet-Getz Summer Program

    The program accepts a select number of outstanding undergraduate students to participate in research projects in mathematics and computer Science, physics, chemistry and life sciences during the summer of 2015.

    All information concerning the program and application procedure can be found at the following link:

Applications close: January 15 2014


  • U of T QBMG Event - January 15 & 16, 2014

    The Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto is hosting an event to provide information about our Quantitative Biology in Molecular Genetics PhD Program (QBMG).
    This interdisciplinary program is aimed at aiding undergraduates in physics, math, computer science, chemistry, and engineering who have an interest in biology to enter the Molecular Genetics PhD program directly.
    There will be two identical 1-hour sessions at 5PM on January 15th and 16th 2015, where faculty will introduce the program and answer any questions you may have.
    Food will be served
    Where: The InteractHome, Room 4284 of the Medical Sciences Building on the U of T campus (see attached map)
    When: January 15th and 16th at 5PM (identical sessions)
    How to attend: Submit your RSVP to me by 5PM on Monday, January 12 by filling in this short survey:

Links to Physics career sites:

Past Opportunities:

  • Math in Motion, Girls in Gear, April 5th conference for Grade 9 girls.  Volunteers needed for hand-on sessions run by women who use mathematics and computer science regularly in their careers.