College Council Research Grant
Deadline: Sept. 19, 4 p.m.
Applications for the Fall Scholars Award are now available. Fall Scholars Award amounts range from $500 – $1,000 and are intended to fund scholarly projects being conducted during the Fall 2014 semester. Scholarly projects can include research in the social and natural sciences as well as indpendent projects in the arts and humanities.
How to Apply:
More information about the Scholars Awards and College Council’s grant program can be found online.
UVa Parents Committee Grants
Deadline: Sept. 29, 5 p.m.
Providing grants and awarding student scholarships are two primary ways in which the UVa Parents Committee enhances the undergraduate student experience. Any student, University organization, or department that provides services, programs, and projects to undergraduate students may apply for a Parents Committee grant.
The UVa Parents Committee prefers to provide “seed money” to initiate new programs or meet a one-time need, not to provide annual funding for existing programs on a longer term basis. Please note: the UVa Parents Committee does NOT fund honoraria, speaker fees, speaker travel and lodging, student travel and lodging, or T-shirts.
How to Apply:
To review general requirements and application instructions, please see the website.
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The Jefferson Area Board for Aging is in need of an intern to assist with administrative work for a school-based mentoring program. Tasks include creating surveys, compiling evaluation results, making phone calls, setting appointments, and helping with mailings.
How to Apply:
Contact Carleigh Showalter at CShowalter@jabacares.org for more information.
Learn about the value of experiential learning and helpful resources for finding a summer experience that promotes service. Counselors are available to help you integrate your previous volunteer, internship or job experience into a high-quality resume that highlights your relevant skills and motivation to serve.
The University Internship Programs (UIP) is an interdisciplinary program that coordinates and administers the academic and administrative components of internships for UVa students. The UIP is intended and designed to provide students with academically relevant classroom content and placement in a professional practice internship. The majority of students participating in the UIP are in the College of Arts & Sciences, however, participation is open to students from other schools.
The UIP combines academic instruction and work experience in an applied setting under the supervision of UIP liaisons, faculty members, and internship site supervisors/mentors. The interdependence of the classroom and internship combination involves intentional learning that supports interns’ academic, career, and personal interests.
CAVLink is the destination for public service opportunities posted by employers seeking U.Va. students. Register for an account today, complete your profile, and upload your resume. See sample internships postings below.
NOTE: Because postings are automatically generated based on keywords, some non-public service opportunities may be included.
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The following is a list of University publications for graduate and undergraduate students in various areas of study. This list is meant to provide an overview of general submission periods for these publications. For exact deadlines, requirements, and submission information, please follow up with specific journals and/or magazines of interest.
|Spectra engineering research journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis from June to Oct.|
|Journal of Law & Politics||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Environmental Law Journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Virginia Law Review||Best time to submit is between late Feb. and mid-April and between mid-Aug. and mid-Oct. We do not actively consider manuscripts over the summer (from late May until mid-Aug.) and will not respond to requests for expedited review during that time.|
|Virginia Policy Review||Fall submissions are accepted through Oct., and spring submissions are accepted through March.|
|Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Essays in History||Submissions accepted only in the late autumn and early winter for publication in the following summer.|
|Virginia Literary Review||Spring submissions due early- to mid-Oct., and fall submissions due early- to mid-March.|
|Glass, Garden literary magazine||Submissions accepted through the fall for the spring issue. Current deadline: Nov. 1.|
|Virginia Journal of Law & Technology||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|Academical Heritage Review||Fall submissions due Oct. or Nov., and spring submissions due Feb. or March.|
|Inkstone literary magazine||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis from Aug. to mid-March for the academic year.|
|The Oculus undergraduate research journal||Fall submissions due mid- or late-Sept., and spring submissions due Jan. or early Feb.|
|Seriatim, the Journal of American Politics and Public Policy||Submissions accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.|
|The Wilson Journal for undergraduate, international affairs research||Submissions accepted for the spring issue in Oct. and the fall issue through Feb.|