Mentors sought for Project Success
Harvard Medical School faculty members are needed to serve as research advisers/mentors for this summer’s “Project Success: Opening the Door to Biomedical Careers.” A research internship program sponsored by the Office for Diversity and Community Partnership, Project Success has placed underrepresented minority and disadvantaged high school students from the Greater Boston area in Harvard research sites for the past 10 years. Student participants complete hands-on, paid projects under the supervision of Harvard faculty. The program runs from June 30 to Aug. 22.
For more information, contact Angela Counts at (617) 432-4697, or at email@example.com.
DeWolfe Howe Fund accepting proposals
The Mark DeWolfe Howe Fund for Study and Research in Civil Rights – Civil Liberties and Legal History is now accepting proposals for either the coming summer or the 2003-04 academic year. The annual income from the fund – approximately $15,000 to be distributed as either a single grant or in several grants – will be used to support study and research in civil rights or Anglo-American legal history in the United States. Students, faculty, officers of administration, and recent graduates of the University are eligible.
Applicants should send a brief written proposal to Professor John H. Mansfield, c/o Susan Norton, Hauser Hall 506, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138, by no later than April 18. Application forms may be obtained from the above-mentioned address.
EALS is accepting submissions
The East Asian Legal Studies (EALS) program of the Harvard Law School (HLS) will award the Yong K. Kim ’95 Memorial Prize to the author of the best paper concerning the law or legal history of the nations and peoples of East Asia. Papers concerning issues of law as they pertain to U.S.-East Asia relations are also welcome.
Submissions must be from papers written in conjunction with a course or independent study at HLS, and should include an e-mail address. The winner of the prize, which includes a cash award, will be announced at Commencement.
Two copies of the submitted work should be delivered to EALS, Pound Hall 426, by no later than May 2.