Research Affiliate for Diversity (RAD)

The RAD program is geared for students in all STEM disciplines, through the RAD membership students are eligible to participate in the following:

  • Bio15: This is a one unit course  that we hold each quarter. It is a seminar course where students learn to present research and give feedback to their peers. You would be qualified to receive the permission code for this class any quarter(s) you would like to attend, If you would like to enroll please contact Yulianna Ortega at yuli@ucsc.edu 
  • RAD community events: We put on a variety of workshops and community events to promote self-growth, community and professional development of our students.  
  • Study groups and Tutoring:  As a RAD member, you are eligible to participate in the facilitated study groups and private tutoring offered each quarter by the STEM Diversity Programs.
  • Graduate school application support: RAD members are eligible to receive assistance and guidance from the CAMP regional Coordinator regarding the graduate school application process. Appointments are limited for this during peek application time ( late fall ) so be sure to start the process in the summer before you graduate.
  • Graduate School Application support: RAD members are encourged to use this support in preparation for graduate school application process. 
  • Journal Club: This is a 2 unit, independent study seminar through physics independent study198. Students learn how to read, evaluate and discuss a scientific journal article. They do a background research on journal topic and present. Seminar geared towards Bio-informatics, Computer Science, Physics, EE, Math and related disciplines. 

If you are interested in RAD please fill out the online application (applications are accepted all year round:

Apply now on the link below!

RAD ONLINE APPLICATION  

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