Prizes & Awards

Award Information

Eligibility

Pathway Required

Award Amount

Application/

Period

Presentation Requirements

Dean’s Prize (short-term research): Five prizes are awarded for short-term scholarly projects such as curricular design, community development/evaluation, or traditional research.

View Summer 2017 Dean's Prize winners for Short-term research.

SOM students in their first 1.5 years

 

No $0

Application due 10/6/2018

Short Presentation at the Pathways Explore Symposium (Date TBA for 2018)

Explore Mentorship Award: One award given to outstanding Summer mentor. View Summer 2017 Mentors.

Explore mentors during Summer 2018

 

No $0 Nomination form due 10/6/2018 Awarded at Explore Symposium (Date TBA for 2018)

Dean’s Prize (long-term research): Five prizes are awarded for long-term scholarly projects such as curricular design, community development/evaluation, or traditional research.

2017-18 Winners

 

SOM Pathways
students

 

Yes

$0

Application Closed

Selected Finalists are Required to Present to a Review Committe for Awardee Selection  (3/8/18, 10-12pm)

Short Presentation at the Inquiry Symposium (5/2/2018)

Pathways Prize: Five prizes are awarded to Pathways learners demonstrating excellence in scholarship and/or research. One or two students will be selected to be awarded an Honorable Mention at the award ceremony and in the program.

2017-18 Winners

All Pathways learners (UME/GME, all schools) are eligible.  One prize awarded per Pathway.

One or Two Honorable Mentions per Pathway

Yes

$0

No Application, winners are selected by Pathway directors

Awarded at Inquiry Symposium (5/2/2018)

Pathways Mentorship Award: One award is given to an outstanding Pathways mentor.

2017-18 Winners

Pathways mentors during 2017-2018 acdemic year

 

No

$0

Nomination form due 3/20/2018

Awarded at Inquiry Symposium (5/2/2018)

Chih Award: One award is given for substantial contribution to research in the field of neuroscience.

Graduating SOM students or research groups who have made a significant contribution in the field of neuroscience.

No $2500

Learner sends published paper and cover letter to the RAPtr Coordinator by 3/22/2018 Contact RAPtr for Application Instructions

Awarded at Inquiry Symposium (5/2/2018)

 

 

 

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