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All participants must meet the following requirements. Not meeting these requirements means that your application will be rejected without further review:
The admissions link for the program is forthcoming.
March 1st, 2023.
In your application, please submit the following:
Prospective students are also welcome to optionally submit additional information that would help their application. This includes:
Unofficial transcripts are fine for admission. If selected for the program, you need to submit official transcripts before officially entering the program.
We are looking for curious students who are interested in pursuing a career using data science skills to understand behavior and the brain, broadly defined. This should be communicated in your statement of interest (see next question).
Furthermore, our program is supported by an NSF EPSCoR grant. The EPSCoR program is designed to enhance STEM capacity in the following jurisdictions: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Preference will be given to applications from students attending college/university in the EPSCoR jurisdictions listed above.
Your statement of interest is very important. Applicants should clearly discuss their interest in understanding behavior and/or the brain in their cover letter. Applicants should also discuss why they want to do research with their potential primary advisor. This should be no longer than three pages, double-spaced (10 pt font).
Any faculty member at the University of Delaware who studies behavior, the brain, and/or data science (broadly defined) can mentor students in this program. A list of faculty who have agreed to be potential mentors can be found on the main
Bridge Program webpage.
Please reach out to the faculty member before applying to see if they are willing to be your primary mentor. If so, you are welcome to list them as your primary mentor on your application.
Of course. In fact, we encourage it as we want you to have the best chance to reach your goals. Other similar programs are listed below:
Yes. All semi-finalists will be asked to do a Zoom interview.
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For the first cohort, the program will start in mid-late August 2023. The program is two years, and will end in May/June 2025 for the first cohort.
§ BRIDGE Scholars receive a tuition waiver for all classes – all courses are free. Bridge scholars will also receive $28,667/year and their own computer for use during the program. Students can also apply to a funding pool to support their own research.
No. Please see the University of Delaware's living off campus page for information on housing options.
At the end of the program, BRIDGE Scholars will receive a certificate in Data Science and Behavior from the University of Delaware.