The Mentorship for Advancing Diversity in Undergraduate Research on Aging (MADURA) program is a paid internship opportunity for underrepresented undergraduate students to be matched with faculty mentors. MADURA interns will receive, faculty mentorship, training and supervision, and site placement to work 8 hrs/week at a variety of Aging or AD/RD approved research placements including the SMADRC. Students can continue in the MADURA Program, and in specific research placements, for multiple Quarters. Research Placement maybe for only 1-2 Quarters, but we also welcome placements that would continue for up to five academic years.
To visit the MADURA website