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Who May Apply To The Program?

The Nyanza Project is a research training program for undergraduates, graduate students, and secondary school teachers. For U.S.-based undergraduates to be eligible for this program you must be currently attending an accredited U.S. college or university. You may be of any nationality. For undergraduate applicants, at the time of application you must have sophomore-senior status (i.e. you must have completed your sophomore year by the start of the program -spring semester or quarter, 2007 and can not have graduated prior to Jan. 1st, 2007). Fourteen undergraduate applicants will be admitted to the program from U.S. institutions in 2007. Admission criteria include grades, prior research or other relevant experience, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement indicating your reasons for applying. Students who are members of under-represented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.Graduate students and secondary school teachers may be at any stage of their program/career, and must submit the same application materials as undergraduates. Preference will be given to graduate students with demonstrable research interest in tropical lake systems.

Applications are no longer being accepted.



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