The deadline to apply to serve as a host for the 2020 Global Senior Scholar Exchange Program (GSSEP) has been extended to September 23, 2019, and individuals from established toxicology programs across sectors worldwide may apply for this professional opportunity.
Up to $1,250 in funding is available for each International ToxScholar Outreach Grant, used to support visits by SOT members to developing nations to raise awareness of toxicology and toxicology careers by interacting with students. The application deadline is October 9.
The Education and Career Development Committee seeks hosts for the 2020 Global Senior Scholars in order to increase toxicology capacity in developing countries by offering professional opportunities to scientists through relationships supported by SOT.
As part of its Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) membership, SOT has been made aware of an opportunity for individuals interested in supporting legislation to broaden participation by underrepresented minorities, women, and veterans in STEM.
Doctoral candidates Francisco Alonso and Paul Woo of the University of California Irvine request input from the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) community on reasons why students choose STEM versus non-STEM career paths.