On March 27, I had the opportunity to participate in the Biology research seminar at Westminster College, in Westminster, PA. This is my second visit to Westminster, but this time I had the opportunity to present about opportunities in toxicology and my collaborative research with undergraduates.
I am very thankful and honored to be chosen to receive the Diversity Initiatives Career Development Award through which I attended the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) 2017 conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Education Committee and Undergraduate Education Subcommittee are excited to announce funding for four $500 Grants-in-Aid for summer 2018 or beyond. These grants are for faculty with major responsibilities in the education of undergraduates.
Through the generous support of the Society of Toxicology Diversity Initiatives Endowment Career Development Award, I attended the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference in Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity held in Andover, New Hampshire from August 12–18, 2017.
I’m a Computer Science PhD student enrolled in the BioFrontiers Institute Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Thanks to the Diversity Initiatives Endowment Career Development Award, I attended the 10th World Congress in Alternatives to Animal Use.