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Faculty reviews information located on the DHS Centers of Excellence to determine the DHS Center(s) engaged in research areas of interest to him/her.
ORISE reviews faculty application form, CV, and forwards application to the appropriate DHS Center(s) for review. See Eligibility page for Applicant and Institution eligibility requirements.
DHS Center(s) reviews faculty application form and CV. The Center(s) may contact faculty directly to obtain additional information pertaining to his or her research interests.
If the DHS Center determines the proposed research is of interest to the DHC Center research mission, the DHS Center will identify a researcher with whom the team may collaborate with during the summer program.
The DHS Center researcher and faculty work together to define a research project, project goals and location where the research project will be conducted. The proposed research project must be reviewed and approved by the DHS Center before the Research Project Proposal is submitted to ORISE via Zintellect by February 7, 2016, 11:59 p.m. EST.
Faculty identifies one or two qualified students to complete the summer research team. Eligibility requirements for student team members should be considered when identifying team members along with background, skill set, work ethic and level of maturity. Faculty team members should ensure that all student team members meet the program requirements.
Faculty and Students submit all required applications and supporting materials including letters of recommendation and transcripts as detailed in Application Requirements via Zintellect by January 31, 2016, 11:59 p.m. EST. The faculty team member is responsible for ensuring the student(s) completes and submits their application and all supporting materials on time.
Application packages are reviewed by:
ORISE will notify teams receiving awards, their academic Dean and President, along with the DHS Center, by e-mail.