IAS Recruiting for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
November 30, 2012
The Institute for Accessible Science (IAS) was established at Purdue University through an NIH Director’s Pathfinder Award in 2010 with a mission to promote the inclusion of persons with physical disabilities in biomedical science careers through practical laboratory experiences, assistive technology (AT) development, student and educator support services and research.
The IAS Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aim is to provide talented undergraduate students with physical disabilities an opportunity to engage in biomedical laboratory research and enhance their preparation for graduate study. IAS Fellowship recipients will have the opportunity to engage in independent laboratory research under the mentorship of a Purdue University faculty member. This year, the program will begin on June 2 and run through July 30, 2013. For more information, visit IAShub.org - http://iashub.org/iasundergradfellowshipapp.
- Lisa Hilliard
July 14, 2016
After a successful run of more than a decade, Discovery Park has made the decision to sunset the Discovery Learning and Research Center. The DLRC will officially close as a Discovery Park center on December 31, 2016. Although the DLRC is closing, many key functions of the center will continue. The research and evaluation activities of the center, which have supported and continue to support a number of internal and external projects and stakeholders, will be maintained under the auspices of the College of Education.Read Full Story