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  • Summer Research Institute Florida Mental Health Institute- Apply Today!

    Thursday, February 21st, 2013 | Posted in News & Announcements by Lisa Piazza | 1 Comment »

    The Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) at the University of South Florida is dedicated to research and education related to mental illness and related disorders.

    SRI@FMHI
    The Summer Research Institute (SRI@FMHI) is designed for students interested in building their research skills within the context of mental health to help them prepare for a Senior Thesis and/or graduate school.
    Dates:
    The SRI@FMHI is a ten-week program beginning May 30, 2013 and ending
    August 7, 2013.
    Click here for more information»

     

    One Response to “Summer Research Institute Florida Mental Health Institute- Apply Today!”

    1. Calandria Frazier says:

      To whom it may concern:

      My name is Calandria Frazier and I was in the process of applying for the SRI@FMHI summer program. In many attempts to submit my application, I was unable to access the site. I had been trying to submit my application since 11:00 pm central time and the site is still currently unavailable. I am able to access this page and am able to access other internet pages, so I am certain that my internet connection is not the problem. I was wondering if there was any possibility to submit my application later on this morning. I Understand the deadline has already passed and realize that this request may get denied, but I wanted to ask for an extension regardless.

      Thank you for your time

      Bests,

      Calandria Frazier

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