About the Program
The goal of the SiGuE program is to increase the representation and competitiveness of historically underrepresented groups in basic sciences. SiGuE provides an opportunity to enhance the research experience of post-baccalaureate students needed to make students competitive for M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs nationwide. SiGuE will help reinforce academic training by providing an individualized student development plan in a productive research experience mentored by faculties with strong academic programs. SiGuE will strengthen professional skills that are needed to survive in a competitive science Ph.D. program.
The SiGuE program seeks to identify outstanding students interested in pursuing graduate education. Applicants interested in Plant Genomics, Biofuels, Bioenergy and Plants for Health are encouraged to apply. The program provides a-six months internship to enhance research laboratory and professional skills. Applicants will work with Dr. Grotewold (Grotewold Lab), Director of the Center for Applied Plant Sciences,(CAPS) or Dr. Doseff (Doseff Lab) in areas of research with worldwide significance at The Ohio State University