Posting forwarded from former QTUG Participant Elizabeth Oliva at the Veterans Administration:


Attached is the RFA and brochure for the HBCU-CDA.  Please pass these along to anyone who might be a good fit as mentor or mentee.

Angela Whatley Ph.D.
QUERI Program Coordinator
Office of Research and Development
Presidential Management Fellows Alumni
Phone: (202) 443-5621
BB: (202) 304- 3800
Email: Angela.Whatley@va.gov

VA-ORD Historically Black College and University Research Scientist Training Program Award

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Research Scientist Training Program


Also some Summer learning opportunities include: 

A. The half-day APS pre-convention workshops

see: http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/convention/call-for-submissions/

Separate registration is required for Workshops, and is open to Convention and/or Teaching Institute registrants only. If you've already registered and want to add a workshop, 
please email: convention@psychologicalscience.org or call at 202-293-9300

B. The week-long Stats Camps held in June at Texas Tech University. For details on workshops offered: 

see: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/immap/statscamp/

C. Three statistical summer workshops offered at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

see: http://www.curranbauer.org/

You would need to apply to one of the above or another workshop on your own (be sure to check submission deadlines) and concurrently apply for a QTUG scholarship of up to $900 towards statistical training. If you are selected, you would get reimbursed after attending and participating in the workshop. It is a great opportunity for those interested in more training.

Lisa Harlow
QTUG Co-Director

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