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San Francisco State University
San Francisco, CA

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High School Students

Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Schools Program

The MSP assists students at middle and senior high schools (and some elementary schools) so they excel in math and science and become competitively el ... read more

Undergraduate Students

Paid Summer Internship in Mentored Biology Research

Summer research experience for early career undergraduates to participate in full-time research career training in the fields of developmental biology ... read more

Graduate Students

RIPTIDES (Research Intensive Pedagogical Training of Interdisciplinary Estuarine Scientists) - Marine Science Research

RIPTIDES (Research Intensive Pedagogical Training of InterDisciplinary Estuarine Scientists) is an NSF-NRT intensive Masters of Science program that p ... read more

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