The 2014 Leadership Program begins on Monday, June 2, and ends on Friday, August 8.
The online application is available. Please click the link below:
Both national and international students who meet the criteria specified below are eligible to participate in the Cornell Summer Research and Leadership Program. The program requires a full-time commitment. The compact schedule and interactive nature of program events precludes part-time employment or professional activities other than those connected with the program. Prospective applicants are encouraged to discuss their candidacy with faculty advisors or students who have participated in the program in earlier years. Applicants must meet the following criteria:
Competition for Leadership Program fellowships is intense. Although the life experiences, culture, and academic backgrounds of program fellows are diverse, all are highly motivated, and possess the ability to become future leaders in academic veterinary medicine and the biomedical sciences at large. Criteria for student selection are based on the following:
Completing the Application
You will need the following information and documents:
A. College/University Education
List all degrees received and expected to be received (including current veterinary training). Institution, Date Attended, Degree, Major, Date Received/Expected and class rank (if known) should be provided.
Submit undergraduate and veterinary school transcripts. You will need to combine and upload the transcripts as one document.
C. Curriculum Vitae
Including the following information:
Academic and Professional Honors - Specify name, purpose, sponsor and date of each award.
Work Experience - Include all work experience whether part-time, full-time or voluntary.
Publications (if relevant) - Citations should list authors, full title, journal, volume, page numbers and year of publication. Three reprints of each publication are requested but are not required.
Personal Interests and Achievements - Typical entries include but are not limited to musical ability, athletic activities, debating experience, and other activities that reflect leadership and personal achievement.
D. Career Goals and Relevant Experience
No more than 500 word essay summarizing objectives of your educational program and long-range professional goals.
E. Research Preferences
List project area preferences based on provided list.
It is important that references be carefully selected. The individual writing a letter in support of your application (referee) should be able to comment on your qualifications for a career in your chosen field of study. At least two reference letters, but no more than four, should be submitted with the application. This is part of the online application.