Through a $74M, 16-year investment, Amgen Scholars Program will partner with 24 top educational and research institutions worldwide.
It is a fall tradition for the UC San Francisco Graduate Division to recruit new students at the annual conference held by SACNAS, the non-profit Society for the Advancement of Native Americans and Chicanos in Science. For the Graduate Division, the SACNAS conference represents a unique opportunity to reach promising undergrads in STEM, but this year’s conference location posed a dilemma.
At the annual Discovery Fellows Fall Workshop and Reception on October 15, the Graduate Division and University Development and Alumni Relations welcomed the 27 newest Discovery Fellows as the program enters its sixth year.
Some friends go to yoga classes together, others play Scrabble. Graduate students Tess Veuthey and Samuel Thompson wrote a column for Nature together.
Nature published the pair's work in its "Career Column" in September. Their well-written article offers practical advice for other PhD students and postdocs on how to structure meetings with a faculty mentor.