Graduate Fellowships The application period has now passed.
NoroCORE™ offers graduate fellowships annually to graduate students currently working with a NoroCORE™ investigator, who have completed at least one year of graduate studies. This 1-year fellowship provides a generous stipend for the student, as well as funding towards the cost of education. Scholars from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds (African American or Black; American Indian or Alaska Native; Hispanic and/or Latino) are encouraged to apply. Please note we cannot award more than one fellowship per given institution, though multiple applicants may submit. Current NoroCORE™ fellows are not eligible to compete for this award.
Upcoming courses and educational opportunities related to NoroCORE™ and our Collaborators:
Environmental Microbiology: Control of Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases
This five day course will be offered January 3-7, 2017 at the Emory Rollins School of Public Health in Atlanta, Georgia. It is designed for public health professionals and students interested in foodborne and waterborne diseases and their surveillance. Numerous topics are covered in the course, and a more detailed description can be found at the following links:
You can register for the course here, and please note registrations sent after Dec. 15, 2016 will be granted based on space availability.
You can learn more about the course here.
The NoroCORE™ team is developing an online graduate curriculum in Food Virology. The curriculum will consist of modules on Molecular Virology, Detection, Epidemiology & Risk Analysis, and Prevention & Control. NoroCORE™ is working closely with its collaborative partners from New Mexico State University’s Media Productions team to develop video and other visual educational materials to support the text-based portion of the curriculum. These materials will also be adapted for other audiences. The curriculum will be available online at no cost. The visual educational materials are also available publicly on our YouTube channel.