- Can I take summer classes while in E-H-TRUE?
- What if I identify a faculty sponsor who is not on the E-H-TRUE list? Will that work?
- I have a job on campus. Can I still participate in the E-H-TRUE summer program?
- Is there a specific undergraduate major targeted?
- Can I submit an application both to E-H-TRUE and to UBRP?
No. You are expected to work full time for a minimum of 12 weeks during the summer. You SHOULD NOT enroll in summer session classes because University policy restricts students enrolled in even a single credit hour to working only 30 hours a week.
Possibly. Please contact Dr. Klimecki (Klimecki@email.arizona.edu) to discuss this. If the proposed faculty member has the appropriate research and availability to fulfill the role of an EHS-TRUE mentor, he or she will become an EHS-TRUE mentor and you will be able to be trained in that laboratory.
The university has a rule that students should not work more than 35 hours a week during the summer and that they should not work more than 25 hours a week during the academic year. If you were working at an on campus job AND in the EHS-TRUE Program, and doing a credible job at both, it is likely that you would routinely be exceeding these university-mandated limits. While you may feel that you can do justice to both jobs, the University will not permit students to exceed these maximums on a regular basis.
4. Is there a specific undergraduate major targeted?
No, however the purpose of the EHS-TRUE program is to ignite your interest in a graduate school program that could lead to a career in the environmental health sciences. For this reason, preference will be given to students from majors that typically fulfill the prerequisites for biomedical science graduate programs. These include Biochemistry, Chemistry, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, General Biology, Mathematics, Microbiology, Molecular & Cellular Biology, Nutritional Sciences, Physiology, Psychology, and Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences.
5. Can I submit an application both to EHS-TRUE and to UBRP?
Yes, as long as you meet the eligibility criteria for both. If you are selected by both, you will have to decide between them.